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Little Wattlebirds are prolific around the Coffs Coast, they are between 27-33cm and quite noisy and aggressive. Like the one captured here they love banksias and are common residents in coastal heath and woodlands in south-east mainland Australia and Tasmania.
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The Little Wattlebird is a small brown bird that resides in coastal heath and woodland in the south-east part of Australia, including Tasmania. It makes an incessant chuckling sound that I like, though apparently the early explorers thought it unpleasant compared with their familiar northern songbirds.