Kimberley/White-lined Honeyeater at Keep River, NT?

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Subject: Kimberley/White-lined Honeyeater at Keep River, NT?
From: Martin Cake <>
Date: Sat, 15 Jun 2013 00:04:28 +0000
Hi all,

Can anyone shed any light on the status of Kimberley/White-lined Honeyeater at 
Keep River National Park, just across the NT border from Kununurra? Lloyd 
Nielson casually mentions White-lined at Keep River in his Birding Australia 
Directory but this seems rather out of range. Yet I see there is also an eBird 
record from April 2007. Confirming the presence (and species? Kimberley 
surely?) of birds here may be quite important, not just from a state pride 
perspective (ie. is Kimberley Honeyeater a WA endemic?), but might also 
potentially be important for taxonomy of the superspecies, this being almost 
mid-way between the two populations.


Martin Cake


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