|Subject:||Scarlet honeyeater - possible sighting|
|From:||Mary & Terry Lovett <>|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Mar 2007 06:42:45 +0000 (GMT)|
Hi, I think I may have seen a 'scarlet honeyeater on 2 occasions recently, the first sighting was on the Tidbinbilla road near the tharwas turn and the second a few days later was on the way down to the Cotter.|
The bird was very distinctive with a full red back.
Has anyone else seen such a bird !!
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