Scarlet Honeyeater and Friends

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Subject: Scarlet Honeyeater and Friends
From: "Kevin and Gwenyth Bray" <>
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2013 17:29:33 +1000
We went looking for the scarlet honeyeater on the "Fraser side" of Mt Rogers this afternoon (2.30 pm), but failed to see it.
We note that the photos of it show it in a white/pale pink blossom (fruit?) tree somewhere in the vicinity of the Mt Rogers reserve.  However, the reserve is quite large and although we noticed a few blossoming tress that may have included the "right" one, we saw nothing.
Maybe we were in the right place, but we can't be sure since we saw nothing, so can one of those who saw the bird please be specific as to where to look.  Can the actual tree where it was photographed be pinpointed please?
Many thanks.
Kevin and Gwenyth Bray

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