video of Regent Honeyeater

Subject: video of Regent Honeyeater
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2005 12:02:19 +1000
Hi Judith and all,

Yes, they are indeed very beautiful. And for anyone in NSW who wants to get involved in saving them, there is another tree planting weekend coming up in the Capertee Valley on 7-8 May. As there have been a number of sightings recently in the valley, volunteers will have a fair chance of seeing the bird itself during that weekend. To register, contact the co-ordinator David Geering or freecall 1800 621056.


At 5:32 PM +1000 23/4/05,  wrote:
Saw a Regent Honeyeater on video a couple of evenings back. What an amazingly beautiful bird. For everyone who's never seen one - like me - the guide books give NO CLUE as to how spectacularly gorgeous this bird is. Try to get a video. You must see it to believe it!
        Now I have a tremendous thirst to see one in life.

Cheers for all those in the field trying to save this natural marvel.
Judith L-A
S-E Qld

Carol Probets
PO Box 330
Katoomba NSW 2780
Blue Mountains, Australia

Phone (02) 4782 1831
International phone +61-2-4782 1831

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