Painted Honeyeater, NSW Far South Coast

Subject: Painted Honeyeater, NSW Far South Coast
From: "Tim Dolby" <>
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 22:29:23 +1100
Hi all,

Over the last few days I have recorded a Painted Honeyeater in bushland along 
Morlands Rd in Tanja, just north of Tathra.

After checking Birds Australia's records I can find no reference of Painted HE 
for the far south coast of NSW, and the bird does not appear on the National 
Parks & Wildlife Service bird list for the area (i.e. Bega Valley Shire and 
surrounds). Does anyone have any other records for this area?

If anyone wants further details please contact.


Tim Dolby

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