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gavicalis virescens

  1. Singing Honeyeater

    Singing Honeyeater

    Singing Honeyeater
  2. I'm sure there's something good down there

    I'm sure there's something good down there

    The bushes surrounding the cafe area seemed to be full of honeyeaters, amongst them this Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater showing off his favourite feeding pose.
  3. A Crooner

    A Crooner

    The area where we were filling our faces was surrounded by bushes and trees and in them appeared a Singing Honeyeater. Needless to say this was a first entry onto my Life list. BTW I think I must have clicked on the "Delete" button instead of "Save" when I first tried to upload this picture...
  4. Singing Honeyeater

    Singing Honeyeater

    Singing Honeyeater
  5. Singing Honeyeater 'virescens'

    Singing Honeyeater 'virescens'

    A common bird in my uncle's garden in Safety Bay, WA
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  8. Songster


    Continuing along the path, we'd now left the water's edge temporarily, but high in a tree someone spotted a Singing Honeyeater. I eventually managed to get myself in position for a picture. It was so nice to see one again, having had just one previous sighting in the botanic gardens on our way...