Regent Honeyeaters

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Subject: Regent Honeyeaters
From: "Annabel Ashworth/Hoskins" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 16:00:12 +1000
I recently sent you a  message re. having a regent honeyeater on our land near the Peel River - 20kms upstream from Tamworth.   For the next few days I was having daily sightings of at least two birds in our far paddock.
We then had to go away for about a week and have just come home.   You can imagine my excitement to come home to find two adults and an immature regent honeyeater in the callistemon outside my office window.  
We are now getting quite a few sightings in this area, so it looks like the Barraba birds have moved south this year.   It is great to know they are still breeding successfully.
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