John Leonard <>
Tue, 17 May 2011 18:05:42 +1000
A White-fronted Honeyeater that turned up in Canberra a couple of
years ago stayed for several weeks at a good nectar source.
On 17 May 2011 16:48, Greg Roberts <> wrote:
> I saw the White-fronted Honeyeater this morning at the established Minippi
> site in Brisbane. It was about 30m down the bush track from the short pole
> numbered 269. The bird took about 30 minutes to find. There were good
> numbers of Yellow-faced and Scarlet Honeyeaters in the area. Well done
> Colin, this is an extraordinary record for southeast Queensland. Goes to
> show just what can turn up.
> Greg Roberts
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