Regent Honeyeaters - Capertee

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Subject: Regent Honeyeaters - Capertee
From: "Nevil Lazarus" <>
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2006 09:42:04 +1000

I spent the day yesterday in the Capertee Valley, most of the time on the
very bird - busy Crown Station Road.
It was a honeyeater haven,
White Naped, Fuscous, White Plumed, Yellow Tufted, Blue Faced, Brown Headed,
and Regent.
There were at least ten Regents feeding all day at the end of CSR near the
cattle grid at the gate to Rogers property. There is a lot of flowering
mistletoe, and the birds allowed me to sit quietly under the tree whilst
they fed continuously for most of the day,  I have some nice pictures that I
will be sending to Ozbirdpix as well as to Tom Tarrant,

Best wishes,

Nevil Lazarus
PO Box 5087
NSW 2065
Mobile 0438-693-000


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