Golden whistler (?)

Subject: Golden whistler (?)
From: "martin butterfield" <>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2007 16:36:49 +1100
This morning I saw the first Golden whistler (a female) here since arriving in Carwoola.  A very nice male was also seen on the Wednesday walk at Gunghalin Hill.
There have also been a few yellow-faced honeyeaters wafting about, but not in numbers  that would seem to indicate a major migration through our area yet.

On 3/22/07, John Brannan <> wrote:
I had a young one hopping around in the garden here in Florey earlier this week.

John Brannan

Barbara Preston wrote:
What sounds to me like a golden whistler has been calling from a big E fastigata in our backyard for a good half hour. I cannot see it at the moment. Lots of other birds about (active pair of grey fantails, Eastern Spinebills, striated thornbills,  etc)

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