birding-aus Re: Honeyeater Migration - An Anticlimax

Subject: birding-aus Re: Honeyeater Migration - An Anticlimax
From: "David Geering"<>
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 11:22:16 +1000

It could well be that the migrating honeyeaters are taking a slightly
different route.  While living on the NSW north coast there were years when
large numbers of White-naped Honeyeaters would be present right on the
coast while in other years the big numbers would be west of Grafton.  I
can't say that I really noticed that degree of variation with Yellow-faced

Last week I noticed a stready stream of Yellow-faced and White-naped
Honeyeaters moving north in the Jervis Bay area.  Any coastal NSW people
noticed anything along these lines?

David Geering

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