Scarlet honeyeaters moving through ANBG [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

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Subject: Scarlet honeyeaters moving through ANBG [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
From: "Hawkins, Brian" <>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2015 03:37:47 +0000

Yesterday afternoon and this morning there were still a few yellow-faced and white-naped honeyeaters moving through the ANBG, as well as (this morning only) a party of scarlet honeyeaters.


Also lots of spotted pardalotes, apparently migrating, and the odd rose robin; the rose robins do not seem to be on the move.


I didn’t see the scarlets (had no binos on me), but for about 10 minutes I heard their distinctive tsip-tsip contact calls in and near a flowering tree (Angophora costata?).  


Brian Hawkins



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