O'Connor: Scarlet Honeyeater

Subject: O'Connor: Scarlet Honeyeater
From: milburn <>
Date: Thu, 02 Aug 2012 22:28:27 +1000
A brown-plumaged Scarlet Honeyeater was observed late this afternoon in a mixed flock with Striated Thornbills and Grey Fantails. Discovered from call, the bird fed briefly in a flowering Banksia and then departed southward into Turner with the flock.

It may be worth looking out for this species in places such as the ANBG.


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