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Subject: REGENT HONEYEATER at Cooleman Ridge NR
From: "Steve Holliday" <>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2008 12:10:02 +1000
After learning that the bird had been seen again yesterday after all, I
headed down to Coolemon Ridge about 8.30. From then until about 11.30 I
think the flowering ironbark where the bird had been seen earlier in the
morning had at least one person watching it most of the time. The Regent
didn't show, but there was a steady stream of other honeyeaters, mostly Red
Wattlebirds and Yellow-faced, but also a few White-naped and Fuscous. 

Noel Luff and I had a nice view of a female Painted Button Quail in the
planted area where Tobias first saw the Regent, as well as 5+ Brown Quail.
Also found a Robust Skink and a large Olive Legless Lizard near the (non)
Regent tree.


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