Melbourne - Bayside autumn movements

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Subject: Melbourne - Bayside autumn movements
From: "michael norris" <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 19:10:51 +1000
Dear all

Today I saw a Striated Pardalote, a Yellow-faced Honeyeater and several unidentified honeyeaters of a similar size in our foreshore.

With some earlier honeyeater sightings this may mean it is going to be one of those autumns when some rarities turn up. In the past the honeyeaters, including a Fuscous Honeyeater, seemed to be mainly gleaning in she-oaks, as was the Yellow-faced today.

But perhaps that is only because the car parks are the easiest place to see them!

Michael Norris


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