Durikai SF & Honeyeaters
Mon, 24 Jul 2006 05:06:39 +0000
I travelled out to Durikai State Forest over the weekend for the second time
since moving up to Queensland from South Australia, the other visit being
only a few months previous. This visit proved no less impressive than the
first as far as honeyeaters are concerned. Anyone planning to go out there
should have a great time, for the area had recieved rain on the weekend also
and many of the eucs. are in flower or about to.
All these honeyeater species were recorded:
Other, larger honeyeaters alos present were:
*Unfortunately, dipped out on the white-plumed and black-chinned on this
occasion. What a place!!! At a guess, nectar-feeders must comprised almost
one third of the entire list, maybe more, with the Little, Scaly-breasted
and Rainbow also recorded.
All The Best,
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