RFI - Grey Fronted Honeyeater in NW VIC/EAST SA

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Subject: RFI - Grey Fronted Honeyeater in NW VIC/EAST SA
From: "Gary Wright" <>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2005 09:58:45 +1030
Hi Peter
I have seen grey fronted honeyeater in Dangaali national park, I can't remember which track I was on, but it was in low spinifex and mallee.  An easy place to see them but you might not consider it to be eastern SA, is in the Flinders Ranges, with the best spot I know being Arkaroo rock just below Wilpena pound.
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