Honeyeater migration and a less good observation

To: "martin butterfield" <>, "COG List" <>
Subject: Honeyeater migration and a less good observation
From: "Peter Ormay" <>
Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2010 16:36:28 +1000
Hello Martin
I suspect that 5 mynas flying together could be a family group but I don't know how far they forage from the nest site. Is Douglas Close where you live? I can give you some cat food if you want to see if you can get them to accept food. If you can get them to feed you have a good chance of getting them. Do you have a myna trap?
Do you or someone else glean nesting records from the GBS data or should GBS observers submit separate nest record forms?
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