Brown Headed Honeyeaters - Namadgi National Park

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Subject: Brown Headed Honeyeaters - Namadgi National Park
From: Rob Geraghty <>
Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2009 14:56:58 -0800 (PST)
Hi All,

I went for a walk in the Orroral valley in Namadgi National park yesterday and 
saw a group of small honeyeaters zipping around.  Unfortunately I didn't have 
my binoculars (was busily testing out the 70-300mm zoom on the SLR).  I thought 
they were white naped honeyeaters, but looking at the photos, the birds' 
breasts were not white and the definition of the bands on the nape were not as 
distinct as the white naped honeyeaters I've seen in the past.  Has anyone seen 
Brown Headed Honeyeaters in Namadgi?  It seems to be the likely species.

Rob Geraghty


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