birding-aus Surely this is way to early ?

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Subject: birding-aus Surely this is way to early ?
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 1999 19:03:43 -0700 (PDT)
G'day All,
After putting up two bird feeder trays for some friends that live
locally to me we sat and enjoyed a cup of coffee together gazing out
the window eyes glued on the feeders. Within ten minutes we had four
Rainbow Lorikeets at one feeder and two Eastern Rosella at the other.
About a four metre spread between the feeders. Five minutes later and a
"Little Wattlebird"
(Anthochaera chryspotera) flies down and moves the RL's on ? not the
ER's soon the Little Wattlebird discovers not much food for him and
moves on to his favorite flowering gum tree. Then we see the mating
ritual of the RL's ????? Surely this is miles to early especially for
Extreme Southern Victoria ?

Can anyone clarify ?
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