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Yellow Thornbill

Acanthiza nana

Description:

The Yellow Thornbill is a small to medium-sized thornbill and is the most yellow of the thornbill group. It is greenish-olive on the back, with white streaking on the cheeks and ears, and has pale to bright yellow underparts. There is a reddish brown tone on the chin and throat. The young birds are similar but duller

Habitat:

A regular visitor to my garden. This particular one actually perched in this particular shrub in my backyard for around 5 minutes which is very unusual.


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Sydney, NSW, Australia

Lat: -33.78, Long: 150.78

Spotted on Oct 15, 2018
Submitted on Oct 15, 2018

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