White-eared Honey Eater

Subject: White-eared Honey Eater
From: Robin Eckermann <>
Date: Tue, 24 May 2011 12:23:04 +1000
I note from my "Birds of the ACT" book that Honeyeaters should be around throughout the year, but lately I've only been able to spot the White-eared species. The Yellow-faced, White-plumed and White-naped are all supposed to be more common, but I've not yet seen them this year in the Mt. Ainslie environs.
Regards ... Robin Eckermann
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