Some fun facts:
The oldest known Helmeted Honeyeater in the world is Charles Henry and he turned 21 on the 5th Dec. 2018. Charles Henry is part of the captive breeding program at Healesville Sanctuary.
The oldest living Helmeted Honeyeater in the wild turned 9 on Monday 17/12/2018. And the oldest known bird ever in the wild lived to the age of 16.
The HeHo Herald is our quarterly newsletter for Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater members. It contains articles from across the many Friends activities including the latest news on the Helmeted Honeyeater populations, what our volunteers are doing and includes details of some upcoming events.
Why would you become a financial member (from just $10 p/a) if you can download the HeHo Herald for free? We hope that you can see why when reading the newsletter and taking a look through this website, but of course, it’s ultimately up to you.
The latest HeHo Herald has something for everyone, including the latest Helmeted Honeyeater news, what’s happening in the nursery, education program activities, special events and much more.
Download the latest HeHo Herald – Spring 2020 (11 Mb) or check out copies from the past 12 years (links below).
HeHo Herald Archive