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Cross-eyed, gregarious, noisy little honey-eaters which often try to get more than just honey. About 300mm long, mostly mottled grey on the breast, darker brown wings, yellow legs and bill, and a black mask with yellow behind each eye which helps it look cross-eyed.
Eastern coast of Australia including Tasmania.
Sometimes regarded as a pest due to their aggressive group attacks on other birds. They really are noisy little gangsters. I think this is a fairly young one but already bold enough to check my camera out.