Yellow-tufted and Crescent honeyeaters at Tuggeranong Hill

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Subject: Yellow-tufted and Crescent honeyeaters at Tuggeranong Hill
From: sandra henderson <>
Date: Sat, 11 May 2013 11:41:17 +1000
Stopped in at Tuggeranong Hill this morning (the entry off Callister Cr)  for only half an hour, and apart from several scarlet robins, highlights were a single yellow-tufted honeyeater about 100 m past the substation and to the left near the gully, and one, possibly two crescent honeyeaters about 200m further down the hill.  got a very good look at the YTHE a couple of times as it played chasings with a white-eared honeyeater, but only fleeting glimpses of calling crescent honeyeater(s).
sandra h
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