Singing Honeyeater - map of location

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Subject: Singing Honeyeater - map of location
From: "Wallaces" <>
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 11:31:34 +1100

There is still a Singing Honeyeater at West Belconnen Pond. The attached map of the northern end of the pond which shows the locations I have found it in over the last 3 days. It is mostly feeding on insects but does visit the Kangaroo Paws and other flowers planted around the houses indicated. Listen for the ‘prrit’ call similar to the one in





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