Singing Honeyeater near Tarago

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Subject: Singing Honeyeater near Tarago
From: "Michael & Janette Lenz" <>
Date: Sun, 30 Jul 2006 18:14:56 +1000
Did the Lake Bathurst survey today. En route I stop at a couple of other sites, including the former gravel pits next to the Tarago tip (SE from Lake Bathurst, Lumley Rd). There in the morning good views of a Singing Honeyeater. It gave only the "perric"-like call, but frequently. Went back about 15.30, failed to hear or see it then (but it was quite windy, and hardly any other birds I had seen/heard in the morning were noticeable). The bird was foraging in several smaller eucalypts and some wattle trees.
Michael Lenz
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