white-cheeked honeyeater

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There are a prolific number of honeyeaters at Moonee Beach Nature Reserve on the north coast of NSW Australia and this is one of the species that can be spotted darting and feeding on Banksia flowers. It is a White-cheeked Honeyeater (eastern form) approx. 15-17 cm with a distinctive streaked breast. They have a number of ‘songs’ and often sing in harmony with other honeyeaters.

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