|To:||"Philip A. Veerman" <>|
|Subject:||Regent Honeyeater at Newstead, Vic.|
|From:||Lawrie Conole <>|
|Date:||Wed, 11 Jun 2003 14:27:46 +1000|
Philip A. Veerman wrote:|
In defence of Mr Tzaros, I think the reason he commented on the Little Wattlebird mimimcry in particular also occurred to me as interesting. Little Wattlebirds don't occur within the current main range of the Regent Honeyeater in Victoria (mostly north-east Victoria, with odd forays into central and southern parts of the state).
It occurred to me that this particular Regent Honeyeater might be:
BTW, I haven't seen/heard this Newstead bird, but found the topic of interest.
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