|To:||Lindsay Hansch <>|
|Subject:||Honeyeater migration here and there|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Mon, 17 Apr 2017 02:28:36 +0000|
Of course, with Murphy's Law being what it is, within 30 minutes of putting up last past a flock of 80 chipping Yellow-faced Honeyeaters flew over our house. That is my GBS entry (most at one time) so far, but there have been a couple of other flocks of about 50 birds this morning.
Interestingly 5 Noisy Miners also flew over. They typically stay in the cleared country at the top of the block until it gets really frosty and then move through to somewhere lower and warmer. Perhaps they have a different view of future weather to BoM or perhaps the epicormic growth and dead leaf environment further up is not to their liking.
On 17 April 2017 at 10:00, Lindsay Hansch <> wrote:
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