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Subject: Honeyeaters
From: Martin Butterfield <>
Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2018 23:30:55 +0000
On the dog walk this morning a flock of 18 chipping Yellow-faced Honeyeaters moving with purpose across the top of the hill in Widgiewa  Rd towards Hoskinstown.  A further flock of 8 appeared a little later also moving SE but then did a u-turn.

Nearly back home N end of Whiskers Creek Rd) and 2 flocks of Red Wattlebirds (13 and 8) were heading South.

Back at the ranch a group of 4 Noisy Miners were around.  Unusual to find them down by the house this time of year - they are usually still at the top of the block, which currently resembles one of the less camel-friendly areas of Saudi Arabia.

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