Brian Hawkins <>
Fri, 13 Nov 2009 00:53:26 -0800 (PST)
There are heaps of Scarlet Honeyeaters in the forests of the
Coffs-Bellingen-Dorrigo area. They would be just about the most abundant bird
here - possibly pipped by Brown Gerygone or Brown or Striated Thornbill, but it
would be a damn close thing. The Scarlets were in, if anything, even bigger
numbers last summer. Over winter their numbers dropped off, except near the
coast where the paperbarks, swamp mahoganies, blackbutts, forest red gums,
banksias, tallowwoods etc. were flowering.
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