|Subject:||Yellow-tufted Honeyeater dining at Red Hill Restaurant again this afternoon...|
|From:||Roy & Pastor Mijina McDowall <>|
|Date:||Wed, 8 Jul 2015 09:09:08 +0000|
Hi everyone, the YTHE was back at the Red Hill Restaurant this afternoon (did it ever leave?), enjoying the warm weather and dining on the red flowers of some small green bushes/shrubs, located at the end of the restaurant carpark, facing the Brindabellas.
Can anyone ID the bush/shrub? Sorry my flora knowledge hovers around absolute zero!
Also two Eastern Spinebills and a White-eared Honeyeater enjoying the same flowers. The feeding party quite content to stay and feed during the entire observation, the spinebills moving to and fro from other locations, the birds were still there when I left.
Kind regards and blessings, Roy :-)
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