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Male spotted pardalote July and August 2010
Lismore gardens are very attractive to the birds of the area, native and introduced species abound.
The New Holland honey eaters started mating in early Spring they prefer bottle brush and other scrub like plants for nesting.
The New Holland Honey eaters are quite agressive many of the smaller native birds avoid them.
Silvereyes are very pretty little native birds. They are insect and berry eaters.
Silvereyes love cherry plums. Lismore gardeners regard cherry plum trees as
either a blessing or a curse as they pop up every where the birds drop the seeds.