Re: birding-aus wetland plantings , early scarlet honeyeaters

To: Michael J Hunter <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus wetland plantings , early scarlet honeyeaters
From: Laurence and Leanne Knight <>
Date: Sat, 28 Aug 1999 19:15:10 +1000
Michael J Hunter wrote:

> The first Scarlet Honeyeaters of the season were on our creek this
> afternoon- incredible!

I saw the first scarlets for a while on Mt Gravatt a couple of weeks ago
- now plenty enjoying the local calystamums [sp].  On a walk this
morning through the back streets, I also saw a few drongos in someone's
front yard [couldn't help myself there John] and an olive-backed oriole
hoeing into the mulberries in someone's backyard.

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