Waves of birds

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Subject: Waves of birds
From: "David Rosalky" <>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2015 11:48:50 +1000
In my GBS, a drop or two.  But at least I am seeing groups of about 5 - 10
every now and again - a novelty for this Deakin site.
I also had a female Rufous Whistler and a Noisy Friarbird, unusual sightings
for my GBS site.

David Rosalky

-----Original Message-----
From: John Brannan  
Sent: Thursday, 16 April 2015 11:21 AM
Subject: Waves of birds

I guess mine would be more like ripples. But fairly constant small groups
(5-20 birds) of mixed honeyeaters flying over my house in Florey all
morning. Mostly Yellow-faced, with occasional White-naped HEs and Red
Wattlebirds thrown in.

> On 16 Apr 2015, at 9:29 am, Judy <> wrote:
> 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
> Judy Middlebrook
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