Yellow-faced Honeyeaters in Sydney

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Subject: Yellow-faced Honeyeaters in Sydney
From: Thomas Wilson <>
Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2014 21:23:05 +1000
Hi all
a question for Sydney birders (and others).  Having spent some time this 
morning at Warriewood Wetland and also periods in recent weekends at 
Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden and on the Chiltern Track in Ku-ring-gai NP (all 
in the north of Sydney) and seeing hordes of Yellow-faced Honeyeaters at all 3 
sites, my impression is that there are lots more Yellow-faced Honeyeaters than 
normal for winter in this area.  Do others have a similar observation or view?
If so, what's causing it - dry conditions inland?  Good breeding down south 
last summer and thus more birds to go round? Me just being more observant than 
Are other areas missing their normal winter visitors?
Tom Wilson
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