(Out of area) Regent Honeyeaters @ Chiltern, Vic (film)

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Subject: (Out of area) Regent Honeyeaters @ Chiltern, Vic (film)
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Date: Thu, 25 May 2017 11:59:04 +0000
Recently had a chance to witness a localized honeyeater/ lorikeet feeding frenzy in the iron-bark forest near Chiltern in northern Victoria.  Among the birds involved were Regent honeyeaters.  As many of you would know there is a recovery program going on there, with the release of captive breed birds.  The nature of the flowering event appeared to have attracted a number of these birds into a small area and it was great to watch them feeding, hawking for insects and generally carrying on chasing, and being chased by Red wattlebirds and Yellow-tufted Honeyeaters.  

Difficult to film in tall trees  please enjoy the following 



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