Regent Honeyeaters at Chiltern NP

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Subject: Regent Honeyeaters at Chiltern NP
From: brendan cook <>
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2013 17:25:04 +1000
Hi all

I will be down in Albury for a short trip in mid April. I am hoping to get out 
to Chiltern NP to look for Regent Honeyeaters. I see from Eremaea that the most 
common spots to see them are at Greenhill Dam and the Whitebox walking track. I 
understand that tracking down this species will be difficult especially 
considering their transient nature. I was hoping anyone would be able provide 
some useful tips toward locating the species as well as navigating the area as 
I have never been there before.

I will have sometime to drive around looking for flowering Iron Barks but 
unfortunately not enough time to stick around for the captive release which I 
hear is planned for later that same week.


Brendan Cook

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