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|Subject:||Movements (or not moving)|
|From:||martin butterfield <>|
|Date:||Tue, 3 Apr 2012 09:39:02 +1000|
>From reading Jack's column in the latest Gang-gang readers may be interested to note that there are still good numbers of White-throated Gerygons tinkling away around here (Carwoola). |
Observers on the Hoskinstown plain have commented that Flame Robins have turned up there. (For some strange reason I have never recorded one on our property which has enough grassland for them to be present.) Frances and I saw a couple of male Flame Robins in Tallaganda (about 1100m elevation) together with a Fan-tailed Cuckoo, so there are still birds up fairly high.
The Yellow-faced Honeyeater movement - which is usually very weak through my GBS site - is happening but the birds seem to be feeding up rather than rushing off. I have spent a small amount of time studying a heavily flowering stringybark which the birds are frequenting and it appears that most of their feeding is on insects - both imagos and larvae - which they are capturing ni the blossoms and foliage, rather than the nectar per se.
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