yellow faced honey-eaters

To: "Canberra Birds" <>, "Elizabeth Compston" <>
Subject: yellow faced honey-eaters
From: "Denis Wilson" <>
Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 23:51:10 +1000
Another day of painting on my back deck, overlooking Kangaroo Valley enabled me to monitor a steady trickle of YFHEs moving past my place, always in a north-easterly direction.
Typically only groups of 15 or so, and spaced at 10 or 15 minute intervals.
Not the large groups which I so vividly remember from Pine Island in the 60s.
But over a day, there would easily be 300 plus individuals passing through.
Weather high cloud, part sun, mild. A good day for painting.
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