Scarlet Honey-eater at Henry Ziegenfusz Park

Scarlet Honey-eater in Henry Ziegenfusz Park
Scarlet Honey-eater in Henry Ziegenfusz Park

The Scarlet Honey-eater is one of the more colorful inhabitants of the Redlands. These small birds can be found in Henry Ziegenfusz Park every April. They feed for just a few days off the flowers of a creeper that twines through the many sheoaks at the southern end of the Park. Then they are gone.

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  1. Yes definitely need a bridge the environment is suffering costs to get on an off with a barge would of paid for this the amount of cars and trucs that get loaded 7days a week all day the bay is already dirty from all this water highway you could call it! Not mentioning if your pet or person died on island how difficult it is to get the body off island or find services for your dying pet out of hours or weekend worse..alot of people are leaving due to this feeling of being stuck it’s not as untouched as it’s growing and people a constantly going to mainland its never not busy and tranquil as soon as your on the ferry terminal your feeling stressed it’s like hearding sheep on these packed ferrys.

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