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new holland honeyeater

  1. New Holland Honeyeater Pair AUSLA SER

    New Holland Honeyeater Pair AUSLA SER

    I attracted these birds by pouring water into a small woodland hollow to make a small pool that attracted these and other birds as well as mammals. This dry woodland was adjacent to a building at Pelican Lagoon Research and Wildlife Centre.
  2. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater
  3. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

  4. Honeyeater

    Honeyeater

    Another picture of this striking bird, this time in a Kunzia bush
  5. Polenating a Melaluca

    Polenating a Melaluca

    These Honeyeaters can be seen throughout the southern parts of West Australia
  6. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    A frequent visitor to gardens throughout the Adelaide Hills.
  7. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater on Grevillea 'Superb'
  8. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland on Grevillea 'Superb'
  9. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    Evening snack after a brief shower.
  10. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    The commonest of the Honeyeaters in this area.
  11. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland honeyeater in backyard Melaleuca
  12. Bad hair day...

    Bad hair day...

  13. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    This one had particularly nice whiskers. Also seems to have gone a bit overboard on the nectar :)
  14. A family affair.

    A family affair.

    This family of New Hollanders landed noisily just above my head. There was no time to step back so this is a full frame shot. Managed 2 shots before they realised I was too close for comfort and flew off.
  15. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

  16. Bath Time!

    Bath Time!

  17. '48 degs!

    '48 degs!

    Hi all.....today is a 'National Mourning' day for all the victims of the Bush Fires in Vic and I'm posting this... as I took it at the height of that dreadful day.....48degrees...Pete and I had gone to Point Cook and the birds were without water so we filled their watering holes (trays and small...
  18. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    Compared to the bird-in-flight shot recently uploaded, this was the real McCoy! - a real joy to watch these birds feeding, as there are not so many nectar feeders back home in the UK
  19. A lucky shot!

    A lucky shot!

    This was one of my first bird-in-flight shots after entering the delights of DSLR photography - not an intentional one though! - maybe it took to flight because I started clicking away....in my nephew's garden on a visit to the antipodes.....
  20. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

  21. 'Flitting around'.....

    'Flitting around'.....

    Whenever I see these birds I think of Rose and her patch! This guy was flitting around near the pond where the Cape Barren Goose was having it's bath and it just landed nearby and I got three good shots, boy,... was I having a wonderful days outing! I'm still taking shots of the Musk Duck for...
  22. Singer (not a sewing machine)

    Singer (not a sewing machine)

    New Holland Honeyeater
  23. A taste for onions

    A taste for onions

    The birds and the butterflies both love these savoury treats.
  24. Onion, bird & butterfly

    Onion, bird & butterfly

    A very common bird, but the Monarch Butterfly fly-bye was a surprise. Both were having a feast on the flowering onion in the early evening light.
  25. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    Striking honeyeater from the upper parts of Blue Mountains.
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