near Gundaroo: Black Honeyeater etc.

Subject: near Gundaroo: Black Honeyeater etc.
From: Michael Lenz <>
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2014 17:05:28 +1100
This morning 4 birds at a site feeding in flowering mistletoe and hawking for insects. Other species of interest: the mistletoes were also the main attraction for groups of Noisy Friarbirds, others passed through. Still about 20 White-browed Woodswallows, including several young close to independence; 6 Rainbow Bee-eaters; 200 + 90 Little Ravens arrived from E high in the sky, but then decided to land in nearby paddocks, almost falling out of the sky.

Relatively late: 1 female White-winged Triller with 2 dy, 1 pair of Rufous Songlarks: female with distracting display, male singing and warning, no doubt juv. close by. 
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