Returning Honeyeaters - first ones I have seen

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Subject: Returning Honeyeaters - first ones I have seen
From: Denis Wilson <>
Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2014 11:23:10 +1000
A few minutes ago, (Mid-morning, Monday, 4 August) I saw a small group of White-naped Honeyeaters heading south. This is the first group of migrating Honeyeaters I have seen this season (which I will class as "spring migrants").

From my place that means heading down into Kangaroo Valley (part of the huge Shoalhaven Valley). This is a return route, opposite to the normal autumn migration route the Honeyeaters normally follow when passing Robertson.

So, Canberrans can stand by ready to see migrating Honeyeaters in the next week or so.

Denis Wilson

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