|To:||John Layton <>|
|Subject:||Re:[canberrabirds] Honeyeaters at Macdermot Place, Lake Ginninderra|
|From:||Sicheng Wan <>|
|Date:||Sat, 2 Jul 2016 09:25:47 +0000|
I headed for there exclusively to take some white-plumed HE's photography as it is brilliantly sunny that day. However, capturing fuscous HE was just unexpected until I found some subtle differences and I was given an extraordinary bonus.
I seemed to hear white-naped HE but did not pay for attention as I was busy photoing these two Lichenostomus. I have not got any idea of where to have a close-up watch to white-naped HE around Lake Ginnindera.
As I will leave Australia within a couple of months, I would like to collect these lovely birds' sighting as much as I can. Their shape and behaviour remind me of playful and welcomed bulbul in Asia.
At 2016-07-02 07:20:12, "John Layton" <> wrote:
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