Eungella Honeyeater

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Subject: Eungella Honeyeater
From: John Reidy <>
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2010 22:05:09 +1100
Have just returned from Mackay after successfully seeing the EH. Saw two around .5 km along Diggings Road as has been previously reported. Didn't go up Dalrymple Road.

I was informed that Eungella Honeyeaters occur at the Broken River Mountain Retreat where we stayed when the Calistemons are in peak flower, about 2 weeks ago.

Great place to stay. Platypus and turtles were easy to see in the river as well as a suspected Taipan along one of the walking tracks. My wife Julie nearly stepped on it. Neither were particularly happy about the experience.

Happy birding.

John Reidy
Phone 02 9871 4836
Fax 02 9871 2616


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