Yellow-faced Honeyeaters in Sydney

To: Thomas Wilson <>, "" <>
Subject: Yellow-faced Honeyeaters in Sydney
From: Nikolas Haass <>
Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2014 11:42:36 +0000
Hi Tom,

I am pretty sure that Carol Probets will be able to give you an informed
answer. Do you know her website?



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On 8/06/14 9:23 PM, "Thomas Wilson" <> wrote:

>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 normal?
>Are other areas missing their normal winter visitors?
>Tom Wilson
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