Painted Honeyeaters in Yass Valley

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Subject: Painted Honeyeaters in Yass Valley
From: "Nicki Taws" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2008 14:59:58 +1000
I pre-empted myself a couple of days ago when I suggested that the ripening mistletoe fruits could be tempting for Painted Honeyeaters. Well, they aren't too far away. I was out this morning (Wed) on a farm along the Yass River Rd and found a couple of Painted Honeyeaters in a Red Stringybark - Red Box remnant. The Red Box in particular was festooned with mistletoe. The birds were calling frequently so it would be worth listening for their call in the local woodlands.
Nicki Taws
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