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It’s easy to see where the White-cheeked Honeyeater gets its name, the white feathers either side of its cheeks sit like a soft feather fan that flutters becomingly in the breeze. It’s a small bird, usually 16-19cm. When nesting they prefer an untidy cup of grass, rootlets and twigs in a small bush or clump of grass. If all goes to plan 2-3 pinkish eggs will be laid.