Honeyeater Migration

To: "Jenny Bounds" <>, <>
Subject: Honeyeater Migration
From: "Rod's Gardening" <>
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 2009 18:32:24 +1000
Between 9 - 10am today there were several small groups of about 6 - 10 passing directly over my house in Holder, also moving to the north east. Then between 10 - 10.20am I reckon about 500 came thru in groups of up to about 30, mostly Yellow-faced, a few W/N, and 3 White-eared also sighted. It then reverted to smaller groups and petered out around midday. Lots of Silvereyes also moving about, and some Weebills heard earlier on.



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