Yellow-faced Honeyeater still on the move to warmer climes

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Subject: Yellow-faced Honeyeater still on the move to warmer climes
From: "casburnj" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2015 09:58:03 +1000

Murrumbidgee Golf Club yesterday, a flock of 100 or more passed low over the 7th fairway.  Some birds stopped in flowering and other gum trees.


Today over my Garden Bird Survey area there were small groups of YFHE and some White-naped Honeyeaters passing over in small groups.  Also one large group of YFHE were flying very high near clouds – probably about 100.


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