White Throated Honeyeater

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Subject: White Throated Honeyeater
From: "Tom Sjolund" <>
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2010 07:17:43 +1000

I was watching a White Throated Honeyeater and a Leaden Flycatcher by a
small creek here in Yeppoon.  It would come as a surprise to see the Leaden
dart off after insects but to see the White Throated Honeyeater actually
take insects from the water surface was something I have never witnessed

Time after time it would launch itself from a Tea tree on the bank of the
creek and skim the surface of the water and come back with an insect, has
anyone seen this as well?




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