Predation of Regent Honeyeater nests

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Subject: Predation of Regent Honeyeater nests
From: Dean Ingwersen <>
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2015 13:35:09 +0000
Hi all,

During the 2015 captive release of Regent Honeyeaters in Chiltern-Mt Pilot NP, 
we have worked to undertake video monitoring of nesting birds to examine 
reasons for nest failure.  Today we put out a joint press release with DELWP 
(Victorian Govt) that demonstrates predation of nests (and attempted predation 
of the sitting females) by both Sugar Glider and Squirrel Glider.

The link to the story is here:

The video links for our YouTube channel are:

regards, Dean

Dean Ingwersen | Woodland Bird Program Manager and
Regent Honeyeater recovery coordinator

BirdLife Australia
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