Honeyeater Migration

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Subject: Honeyeater Migration
From: "Jenny Bounds" <>
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 2009 13:04:05 +1000
I had a similar number around 1000 or more fly over my Weston house about the same time as Sandra between 9-10am on Friday.

They were coming from the SW, from the Chapman/Murrumbidgee River direction and headed for Oakey Hill to the NE. Majority were Yellow-faced, with smaller number of White naped.

This morning (Sat), there were a few small flocks of honeyeaters (less than 100 total) passing over, including two Fuscous which stopped briefly in my trees. A dozen Dusky Woodswallows also passed over.

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