Migrating Honeyeaters

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Subject: Migrating Honeyeaters
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Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2019 03:39:49 +0000

The honeyeater migration over Jerrabomberra (NSW) has slowed down somewhat.  Still plenty of birds passing through but less frequently.  Saw flocks this morning up to 400 birds.  My photo sampling revealed around 85% are White-naped. Interesting was a number of Fuscous and a lone White-eared. For Geoffrey, the Sparrowhawk was also on station.





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