Interesting nomads in Western Australia

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Subject: Interesting nomads in Western Australia
From: "Robert Grimmond" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2003 17:40:53 -0000
Hi all!

We've just got back from a great eight weeks trip to WA & NT. I intend to
put out a trip report in due course but in the meantime thought it might be
worth posting some information about some of the nomadic species we
encountered in WA in the last few weeks or so in case anyone is heading out
that way.

Crimson Chat

Seen in good numbers from 4th to 11th October between Billabong Roadhouse,
Shark Bay and Carnarvon. In places the commonest bird, along with Singing
Honeyeater. One leucistic bird (with red rump) seen near the first windmill
on the Overlander to Hamelin Pool Road. Several juveniles being fed by

Pied Honeyeater

12 just west of the caravan park at Hamelin Pool, Shark Bay on 4th October.

White-fronted Honeyeater

4+ on Wilroy Common, just south-east of Mullewa on 12th October.


Robert Grimmond
Kent, UK

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