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|Subject:||Honeyeater migration here and there|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Sun, 16 Apr 2017 23:35:26 +0000|
So far I have seen few if any migrating honeyeaters in the parts of Carwoola I visit most often. None have come over home whereas we usually get a few. The lower end of Widgiewa Rd (out of the fireground) has had a few Yellow-faced Honeyeaters visible but they haven't been flying East "with purpose'. Large numbers were reported from the Plain about 10 days ago.
On the other hand there was a lot of movement at Mallacoota last week.
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