New Holland Honeyeater in Cook

Subject: New Holland Honeyeater in Cook
From: Tony Willis <>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 09:27:30 +1100
On Saturday evening I heard some chipping in the Banksia ericafolia outside my place in Sexton St, Cook. Upon investigation I sighted a New Holland Honeyeater and I suspect there might have been others around. The banksia is just coming in to flower, which is presumably what attracted them in. They have visited our area at this time of the year in previous seasons, too. Eventually, though, the Red Wattlebirds take over full possession.
Tony Willis

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