Birdline Victoria Weekly Update

To: Greg & Val Clancy <>
Subject: Birdline Victoria Weekly Update
From: Ivor Preston <>
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 15:51:32 +1000
Certainly the Eremaea data base shows a good spread of Scarlets in Qld for the 
full length of its range and plenty of sightings in NSW.

Ivor Preston
On 19/04/2010, at 9:22 AM, Greg & Val Clancy wrote:

> It is interesting that while Scarlet Honeyeaters are being regularly seen in 
> Victoria they are still common on the NSW North Coast.  We had small groups 
> that would have totalled in excess of 100 birds at Shark Bay, Bundjalung 
> National Park, last Thursday (April 15).  It would be interesting to know 
> where there are no Scarlet Honeyeaters at present in areas where they usually 
> occur.
> Regards
> Greg Clancy
> Ecologist/Birding Guide
> Coutts Crossing

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