White Gaped Honeyeater

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Subject: White Gaped Honeyeater
From: Rob Geraghty <>
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2010 05:30:13 -0700 (PDT)
I gather White Gaped Honeyeaters are very common in Darwin.  I've been hearing 
them all over the place.  I didn't get a good photo unfortunately but I did get 
a couple of nice shots of a Striated Heron fishing.

I also saw three nearly fledged White Breasted Woodswallows in an awkward nest 
that was the edge of an I-beam.

Rob Geraghty


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