Waves of birds

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Subject: Waves of birds
From: Judy <>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2015 09:29:40 +1000
Between 8.45 and 9.15 this morning many hundreds - possibly thousands - of 
small birds, presumably honey-eaters, flew from the Brindabellas between 
Uriarra Station and Blue Range Road across Uriarra Village headed towards the 
Cotter Dam. I assumed they were Yellow-faced Honey-eaters but on close 
inspection of very unfocused photos, some seemed to be much yellower underneath 
than the photo gallery indicates. Perhaps there were some White-eared 
Honey-eaters amongst them or could they all have been White-eareds?
Judy Middlebrook

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