Honeyeaters at Mulligans Flat

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Subject: Honeyeaters at Mulligans Flat
From: Rob Geraghty <>
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2020 23:54:44 +0000
Hi all! Does anyone know if there have been recent sightings of Regent Honeyeaters or other honeyeaters which are locally uncommon at Mulligans Flat? I saw and heard two birds last weekend with an unusual call which I couldn't identify. They were in the tops of gum trees, so I didn't get any good views of them. 
The only other unusual honeyeater I've heard in the last couple of years was a couple of Tawny Crowned Honeyeaters. 
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