Regent Honeyeaters in Mulgoa, NSW

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Subject: Regent Honeyeaters in Mulgoa, NSW
From: Henry Cook <>
Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 15:20:46 +1000
Hello all,

Most of the the time there is very little to report from Mulgoa, but I can 
proudly say this little town has something post-worthy.

This morning I found three regent honeyeaters feeding in a flowering stringy 
bark on private property in Mulgoa. This is the first time I've seen them in 
the area. No leg bands were visible. They were feeding with yellow faced 
honeyeaters, Little and Red wattlebirds and olive backed orioles.

All the best,

Henry Cook

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