Honeyeater migration begins in the Blue Mountains

Subject: Honeyeater migration begins in the Blue Mountains
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 11:28:27 +1000
Hi Canberra birders,

The Yellow-faced Honeyeater migration has begun right on cue here in Katoomba (in the Upper Blue Mountains, west of Sydney). I noticed the first small groups moving through on Sunday (26/3). This morning there are considerably more going over and the air is filled once more with those distinctly autumn sounds - the 'dep dep' flight calls of the honeyeaters, mixed with the constant contact calls of the pardalotes and silvereyes. Isn't this a fabulous time of year.



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