honeyeater migration Apr 13

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Subject: honeyeater migration Apr 13
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Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2020 02:53:03 +0000
Encouraged by yesterday emails, this morning I spotted from above the
Shepherds Lookout parking, where migrating honeyeaters appear funneled
as they follow the narrowing woodland. From 9 to 10am I counted a
minimum of 1060 yellow-faced and 75 white-naped honeyeaters (largest
flock of 180+10). Apparently migrating were also a few silvereyes,
striated pardalotes and one mistletoebird. (details: ) Flocks were still coming when I

Timothee Bonnet

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