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Subject: Honeyeaters
From: "Jill & Sue" <>
Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2014 09:47:03 +1000
Responding to Carol Proberts and Tom Wilson - yes we too have seen many more 
Yellow-faced HE than in previous years - huge numbers at Warriewood and 
Chiltern Track (our regular haunts lately) and also have seen many more 
White-naped than other years.  In the latter case though, it may be that we're 
just becoming better at identifying them.  Swamp Mahoganies in particular are 
in flower (or about to be) in both these locations.   In early April we were in 
Capertee for a day and noted several groups (up to 20 or so) of Yellow-faced 
flying over as if on their usual migration, but have no idea whether this was 
more or less than in other years and it was only one day.  

Jill & Sue

Jill Rossiter & Sue Casson

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