Tawny Crowned Honeyeater

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Subject: Tawny Crowned Honeyeater
From: "crompton" <>
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 17:10:26 +1000
Hi all, Recently (28/6/06) went birding along the Curra Moors track in the 
Royal National Park, southern Sydney, and did not see one Tawny crowned 
Honeyeater! I find this incrediable due to the fact the last time i 
went(21/3/06), they' along with the New Holland Honeyeaters were in nearly 
plague proportions! Do they migrate away during winter ? I did notice in Neil 
Lazarus's photo site he has a picture of a Tawny crowned Honeyeater from the 
Royal national Park labeled July 1st.
Any thoughts team?
Many thanks in Advance

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