To: "COG-L" <>
Subject: Honeyeaters
From: "Lindsay Hansch" <>
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 09:30:07 +1000

Yesterday the honeyeater migration was on again over Jerrabomberra after no sightings for a week.  We first noticed birds passing at 12 o’clock (could have been others earlier but we were busy and did not look for them).  Between 12:00 and 1:15 there was an almost constant stream of loose flocks of up to 200 birds only minutes apart.  At 1:15 the movement dried up with only the odd small flock over the next hour.  The birds were YFHE with the small numbers of red wattlebirds traveling with them.


Lindsay and Rhonda Hansch

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