Re: birding-aus Re-send

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Subject: Re: birding-aus Re-send
From: Lawrie Conole <>
Date: Tue, 04 Jan 2000 08:50:22 +1100
Barry McLean wrote:

> Just to test the systems really but Black Honeyeaters (at least two pairs)
> were still at Goschen Reserve yesterday (31/12/99). I didn't see any Pied's,
> Trillers or Chats during my 30 minutes there but it is still alive with common

Happy New Year .... and welcome back to Birding-Aus.

Sounds like Goschen Bushland Reserve is still a happening place (between Lake
Boga and Sea Lake in NW Victoria).

On 30/12/1999 I dropped in at Angel's Rest Flora & Fauna Reserve just south of
Sea Lake when I was on my way to the Sunset Country.  Angel's Rest is a small
linear mallee reserve just off the Calder Highway, with great vegetation
including some Berrigan (Eremophila longifolia) still in flower.  I saw at least
2 (probably 4) Pied Honeyeaters there - all immatures.  I presume they nested
there, but as the birds are quite mobile they could be from elsewhere???

Cheers -- Lawrie

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