flowering eucs

Subject: flowering eucs
From: "Stuart Harris" <>
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2006 23:19:50 +1100
Lots in flower along Naas Valley firetrail today (E. Melliodora - Yellow box, E.Dives - Broad-leaf Peppermint) and others not known, especially around the Yankee Hat lookout. Little bird activity in conjunction though the Yellow Box was attractive to Noisy Friarbirds near Caloola Farm. Always nice to sniff to subtle honey-like aroma of eucalypt flowers.

Stuart Harris

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From: "John Leonard" <>
To: "Canberra Birds" <>
Subject: [canberrabirds] flowering eucs
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2006 17:07:01 +1100

There seem to be a lot of flowering eucalypts around the suburbs at the
moment, but I haven't seen any with any honeyeaters in them, even the Red
Wattlebirds don't seem as obvious as usual. I suppose there are flowering
eucalypts out of town, nearer to where the honeyeaters breed.

John Leonard

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