White fronted honeyeater Minnippi

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Subject: White fronted honeyeater Minnippi
From: Chris Attewell <>
Date: Wed, 11 May 2011 12:40:20 +1000
White-Fronted Honeyeater was still present at same location this morning, very 
active and calling almost constantly. Typical call was a distinctive sharp 
chup-chup sounding like 2 pebbles being knocked together (somewhat like a 
Stonechat if you're familiar with UK birds).

Chris Attewell


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