Regent Honey-eaters

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Subject: Regent Honey-eaters
From: John Clifton-Everest <>
Date: Mon, 07 May 2001 09:57:30 +1000
Some of us managed excellent views of Regent Honey-eaters yesterday,
following the tree-planting in Capertee Valley over the week-end.  On
Sunday morning, at c.10.15, there was a single bird about 350 metres
East of the Crown Station Road junction.  About a dozen departing birdos
gathered at the roadside to share the experience, and all had quite
splendid views.  Later, c. 2 p.m. there were more than half a dozen
Regents in the same area, right opposite the end of Crown Station Road.
Also in the area I found the following other species of Honey-eater:
White-Plumed, Yellow-Faced, Fuscous, Brown-Headed, White-Naped,
Black-Chinned (an excellent, close-up view), as well as the usual miners
and wattle-birds.
John M. Clifton-Everest

Associate Professor John M. Clifton-Everest
Department of Germanic Studies
University of Sydney
(61) (2) 9351 2262
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