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|Subject:||A couple of observations|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Thu, 14 Aug 2014 13:27:04 +1000|
While on the ANPS WW to Bruce ridge yesterday I heard a Superb Parrot fly past the top of the ridge, between the water tanks.
I have just returned from visiting a friends house in Widgiewa Rd to see, but unfortunately fail to photograph, a Crescent Honeyeater which has been seen there since about 20 July. There are plenty of Banksia and Grevillea flowers for it to feed on and it appears to have driven off the previously resident New Holland Honeyeaters.
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