New Holland Honeyeater: O'Connor

Subject: New Holland Honeyeater: O'Connor
From: "Harvey Perkins" <>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 10:11:32 +1100
I've had a New Holland Honeyeater in my garden in Kambah on probably three occasions in the past 12 years. Theyve never hung around and were most likely just moving through. Would have to check my records but they were probably all during "migration" times.

On 15/03/07, Ian Fraser <> wrote:
>I would have thought that with a reasonably high density of New
Hollands at the nearby ANBG, folks might see the odd one here or there
in Turner, O'Connor or even Aranda.
So might I, but despite being almost within sight of the NBG, and with a
bird-friendly garden, in 20 years here I've never seen one.



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