Re: honeyeater migration

Subject: Re: honeyeater migration
From: "Grant Private name" <>
Date: Sat, 23 Apr 2005 15:23:33 +1000

At about 11:30 this morning a flock of about 200+ Yellow-faced Honeyeater flew from tree to tree past my place at Morpeth, Maitland. First 'large' flock for the season.

Grant Brosie

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