Early Migrating Yellow-faced Honeyeaters

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Subject: Early Migrating Yellow-faced Honeyeaters
From: Michael Todd <>
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 20:48:26 +1100
Hello all,

I've just returned from a short trip to Tasmania. Didn't have time to do much birdwatching unfortunately but I'll have plenty of time over the next few years. I'll be exiting birding-aus soon to ease the pressure on my email until I get set up properly in Tasmania. Similarly my website won't be updated for a few weeks yet.

Back in Toronto (central coast NSW) this morning there were more flocks of migrating Yellow-faced Honeyeaters heading north. This is in addition to the flocks that I saw over the few days before I went down to Tas. I find this a bit disturbing. I don't remember seeing migrating YFHe this early in previous years.

On a happier note I saw an Osprey at Fennell Bay bridge today (northern Lake Macquarie).


Mick Todd

Michael Todd Wildlifing Images & Sounds of Nature
Latest Additions: Squirrel Glider, Tetratheca juncea, Pectoral Sandpiper
Toronto, NSW, Australia O41O 123715


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