Finding Eungella Honeyeater?

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Subject: Finding Eungella Honeyeater?
From: John Tongue <>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2013 11:30:45 +1100
Hi all,
How 'straightforward' (or otherwise?) is Eungella Honeyeater?

We are hoping to add a 'detour' to a SE-Qld birding trip in July to try to see 
this species, and are wondering how much time we would need to add to the trip.

If we stayed one night in Eungella, and had part of the day either side of 
that, would that seem reasonable?  My thinking is that, with such a restricted 
range, if we didn't get onto them in two half-days, would we be any more likely 
to by adding an extra day?  (as always, the time is short, and the proposed 
itinerary is long).

Thanks in advance for all helpful advice.

John Tongue
Ulverstone, Tas.


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