re:Migration of Yellow-faced Honeyeaters

Subject: re:Migration of Yellow-faced Honeyeaters
From: Chris Ross <>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 22:59:41 +1000

there were quite a few yellow faced HE's along with a few white naped
HE's seen at Capertee, just below Pearson's lookout last weekend.  also
spotted Silvereyes and heard quite a few spotted pardalotes.  Not much
was in flower with some eucalypts flowering, but not heavily.

The red bloodwoods down at Helensburgh and Royal NP have finished
flowering now, the ones around my place were in flower a month or so


Chris Ross

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