Red Wattlebird Influx in Northern NSW

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Subject: Red Wattlebird Influx in Northern NSW
From: Michael Ramsey <>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 20:40:06 +1000
Hi all,

In north-east Victoria (and other parts of the start as well I have heard) 
flowering in box-ironbark forests has been very minimal.

In good years when these forests are flowering well Red Wattlebirds can be very 
abundant, but I can only think of a couple of sightings in these forests this 

Perhaps many of these birds have headed north to take advantage of the banksia 

Michael Ramsey

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