Re: Yellow-faced Honeyeaters Migrating

To: Paul Fennell <>
Subject: Re: Yellow-faced Honeyeaters Migrating
From: John Penhallurick <>
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 10:32:34 +1000
In Belconnen, for the last few days, the air has been full of the "Quick!
Quick!" contact call that the Yellow-faced Honeyeaters give in flight when
migrating.  At my home in Fraser, due to some quirk of geography, they
appear to heading south.  My guess is that they are heading for the
Murrumbidgee.  But at the University of Canberra this morning, there were
large numbers heading north.

John Penhallurick 
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