Yellow Honeyeater on Bribie Island

To: Greg Roberts <>
Subject: Yellow Honeyeater on Bribie Island
From: Michael Tarburton <>
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2014 10:44:32 +1100
G'day Greg and B-Aussies

I wonder if it tagged along with the White-throated Needletails as they moved south. Two of the largest WTNT flocks this season have been reported passing through Bribie Island (by Ross Smith & Alex Ferguson). The flocks were of 142 & 150 birds. Would we see a honeyeater flying with them?

Happy birding


On 02/11/2014, at 8:23 PM, Greg Roberts wrote:

A Yellow Honeyeater has turned on Bribie Island, off the south-east
Queensland coast - at least 600 kilometre and perhaps 800 kilometres
south of it usual range.

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