Palmwoods birds, Sunshine Coast

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Subject: Palmwoods birds, Sunshine Coast
From: "Jan England " <>
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2009 20:45:03 +1000
As a follow-up to Penny Brockman's list of birds for her garden,  I thought I 
would mention that two weeks ago we had a committee meeting for BASQ here at my 
home in Palmwoods.  There were a few complaints as we sat on the patio that the 
birds were too distracting as the honeyeaters squabbled and chased one another 
around the garden in the flowering grevillas.  There were 5 species of 
honeyeaters sharing the 5 different grevillas in flower alll within 5-6 metres 
of us:  Brown, Dusky, Scarlet, Blue-faced and Lewin's as well as the regulars 
such as Rainbow Lorikeet, Little Shrike-thrush, Golden Whistler,  etc.

It was really great to be able to share my birds with some other keen birdos.


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