|To:||Elizabeth Compston <>|
|Subject:||Yellow faced honey eaters|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Thu, 25 Apr 2019 03:10:46 +0000|
I was struck by Elizabeth's comment "Remember there have been fires this last year in Victoria.". The fires (other than some HRBs) were a fair distance West of Mallacoota but didn't seem to drive the migrants past here. As there was little movement - that I noticed - of Yellow-faced Honeyeaters before the past two days I wonder if the fires might have blocked them?
The movement yesterday and today is as heavy as I have seen down here. Perhaps this indicates that whiles the fires were large and tragic for those in the pah, there was sill a lot of un-burnt area for the birds to relocate to, until the weather drives them out?
On Wed, 24 Apr 2019 at 21:30, Elizabeth Compston <> wrote:
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