|Subject:||Re: Birdwatching from cafes|
|Date:||Tue, 8 Jun 2004 09:01:00 +1000|
"I just mentioned to a friend on the weekend how Regent Honeyeaters seem to like pubs and hotels.
The freak Regent HE in Ocean Grove recently was seen near the local watering hole - The Ocean Grove Hotel.
Last year, a Regent HE showed up in Newstead in front of a hotel called the Whispering Gum. "
A nice story but a very long bow indeed. By the way, the Newstead bird was outside a motel - I don't think they had a liquor licence.
Incidentally, why was the Ocean Grove bird a freak? Two heads perhaps?
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