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These sunbirds, commonly found in Southern Asia and Australia, are known by two names: the Yellow-Bellied Sunbird, or the Olive-Backed Sunbird. They forage both at tree tops and among lower bushes in forests. Similar to most birds, the male sunbird is much more colorful than the female. Luckily for them, these sunbirds are not considered extinct.
Tree tops and lower bushes.
Spotted on Mar 30, 2013
Submitted on Mar 30, 2013