Black Honeyeater on Bribie Is.

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Subject: Black Honeyeater on Bribie Is.
From: "Birding Services Brisbane" <>
Date: Sat, 8 Mar 2003 21:42:40 +1000
Hi All
Birds Queensland had an excursion today on the Ferryman which cruises the Pumicestone Passage between Bribie Island (SEQ)  and the mainland.  The highlight of the day was a male Black Honeyeater at Mission Point while we were having lunch there.  Plenty of flowering mistletoe meant quite a few honeyeaters were around.  First spotted by Mike West and Owen Jones, it disappeared for a while before we found it again and several more of us saw it.
The rest of the birds were the usual for such a trip with quite a few little terns about.
Roy Sonnenburg
Birding Services Brisbane
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