White-eared Honeyeater gleaning nesting material

To: canberrabirds <>
Subject: White-eared Honeyeater gleaning nesting material
From: "David McDonald (personal)" <>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2014 10:55:32 +1100
Sorry Martin and Mark and others without Facebook accounts.

A chap at Bywong has a white dog.  He brushed it and the brush was full of long white hairs. He left the brush outside and a filmed a WHEAHO gathering beakfulls to carry to a nearby nest under construction.
A delightful short video. Pls see the snip below.

Regards - David

On 28/12/2014 6:13 AM, Martin Butterfield wrote:

That link seems to need a sign in to Facebook, of which I am not a member.  


On 27 December 2014 at 21:16, David McDonald (personal) <m("","david");" target="_blank">> wrote:
Hi, here:
Yes, it is a White-eared, not White-cheeked, Honeyeater.
Regards - David

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