Trying to identify a honeyeater

To: "Andrew Billinghurst" <>,
Subject: Trying to identify a honeyeater
From: Ronald Orenstein <>
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 07:01:59 -0400
At 03:30 PM 30/04/01 +1000, Andrew Billinghurst wrote:
On proper looking, I saw that it had a honeyeater beak, was black
with a white chest.  I thought, "Great first time I have seen one of
those" and went to get the bird books.  Went through and the prime
candidate is a Pied Honeyeater from comparison.  On reading the
description and habitat for pied honeyeater, doubt set in, was it

How about Painted Honeyeater?

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International Wildlife Coalition              Fax/Modem: (905) 569-0116
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