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Subject: yfhes
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2015 07:45:35 +1000
Yesterday, from 10;45--11.45am, hundreds, thousands of honeyeaters coming from 
the direction of Hume, across the paddock and over Bayside Drive, 
Jerrabomberra. They had often stopped on the poplars and willows some distance 
away.  They flew at varying heights, and very fast.  Only a few stopped, 
briefly near us.  Geoffrey estimated about 300--400 in 10 minutes.  Our 
counting was about the same.  They just kept coming--a marvellous sight

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