Yellow-plumed vs Grey-headed Honeyeaters

Subject: Yellow-plumed vs Grey-headed Honeyeaters
From: HARRIS & WESTRUP John & Jude <>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 22:24:02 +1000
People in the know,

I was recently in Gilgandra travelling Bris-Melb and return, while there
one morning I spotted what I thought was a small party of Y-P H/E but I
am now not sure if they go up that far.  I believe that Grey-headeds are
up further in the Pilliga.  Do these two species overlap in this area or
are they separated.  If the latter, where is the separation zone?


John Harris
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