Regent Honeyeaters

To: "" <>, "Alan Morris (E-mail)" <>
Subject: Regent Honeyeaters
From: Penny Brockman <>
Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 12:32:26 +1000
Dear David, Alan and all

The best possible sighting from my back deck, this morning 23rd May, at 12.15pm - a pair of Regent Honeyeaters! They flew into the gum trees in the woodland at the back of my garden, about 28m away, making those quiet warbly calls, flitted in the canopy for less than a minute, then flew off to the next tree, and without stopping headed east. No hope of seeing any bands.

There are Swamp Mahogany in the caravan park down by the Gloucester River at the back of town. I'll check them out to see if any blossom and if some more birds are there.

This is a first for Gloucester I suspect - Alan are there any previous records?

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