Eungella Honeyeaters

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Subject: Eungella Honeyeaters
From: Peter Morgan <>
Date: Sat, 29 Aug 2015 21:52:25 +0000
Got the Eungella Honeyeater yesterday.  A pair in a dense tree just off the 
track but giving enough of a look to match the facial and eye characteristics.  
Bev could hear them calling in the area for about 20 minutes.
While my number is a bit fuzzy, this is near enough to 600 for it to be counted 
as such.  Bev's 600 was the Citrine Wagtail near Mudgee last year.

A plea for help, off-topic.
 For some reason, I lost all my emails on the iPad last night. I had done a 
restart and when it came back on, the email app had nothing.  After several 
restarts, some of the inbox came back each time, but not all of them.  All were 
shown as unread, and many that I had deleted also came back to the inbox.
None of my drafts or sent have come back.  I would like to recover some lengthy 
Any ideas?

Peter and Bev Morgan

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