Yellow-faced Honeyeaters - why early?

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Subject: Yellow-faced Honeyeaters - why early?
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Date: Sat, 01 Mar 2008 11:50:52 +1100
Perhaps what we're seeing is, rather than the start of the true migration to the north, simply an early movement down out of the ranges, where things must have been more than a bit nippy for Feb in recent nights? We should be able to get some idea if that's the case over the next few weeks.



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