Two chaps to watch for (2)

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Subject: Two chaps to watch for (2)
From: "Geoffrey Dabb" <>
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2012 10:11:23 +1000

The other possible arrival here is the Black Honeyeater.  There were a half-dozen of these tiny honeyeaters in the higher braches of the White Box.  Feeding on blossom and lerps.  This is an unusual bird at Weddins and could be on the move after good breeding years further east.  You will recall its appearance at Mulligans (insignia below) a few years ago, but it could turn up in gardens.



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