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Singing Honeyeater

Lichenostomus virescens


These lovely Honeyeaters have a "plain grey-brown upperbody, a distinctive black streak through the eye from the bill to the neck, bordered by a yellow streak below the eye grading into a white throat, and a white to grey underbody streaked dark grey-brown. There is a small, inconspicuous white ear-tuft, usually hidden by the yellow ear coverts (feathers). The bill is black and the eye is dark brown." (Birdlife Australia)


Checking out the birdbath from the stem of this flower in the garden at Goombaragin on the Dampier Peninsula.

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Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia, Australia

Spotted on Nov 17, 2020
Submitted on Nov 30, 2020

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