crescent honeyeaters on walk to Nursery Swamp

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Subject: crescent honeyeaters on walk to Nursery Swamp
From: annette carse <>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 03:16:27 -0700 (PDT)
Sunday walk to Nursery Swamp - Parked car and went across road to commence walk and was rewarded by some excellent birding amongst flowering banksias. Got some good views of crescent honeyeaters (male and female) - my first for some time - last seen in Monga NP on an Ian Fraser trip (thank you Ian)....lots of other birds too - golden whistler, spotted pardolote, eastern yellow robin, white-eared HE, New Holland HE, eastern spinebill and more - all in same vicinity.
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