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Between the months of March & May in south-eastern Australia, large numbers of Yellow-faced & White-naped Honeyeaters migrate north through the Blue Mountains into their winter feeding areas further afield. This recording was made just after dawn in Wollemi National Park and captured the sounds of flocks of honeyeaters as well as other bird species moving through the forest on a cool autumn morning.
Honeyeater species recorded: Noisy Friarbird, Eastern Spinebill, Lewins, Yellow-faced, White-eared, White-naped & New Holland Honeyeaters.
Other species recorded include: Crimson Rosella, Fan-tailed Cuckoo, Australian Owlet Nightjar, Superb Lyrebird, White-throated Treecreeper, White-browed Scrubwren, Brown & Striated Thornbills, Eastern Yellow Robin, Eastern Whipbird, Golden Whistler, Grey Shrikethrush, Grey Fantail, Pied Currawong, Satin Bowerbird, Silvereye & Bassian Thrush.
|1.||A Morning in Wollemi||[24:40]|