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Honeyeater ? Darwin Wetlands (1 Viewer)

Tomwbhx

I need to retire! ....oh I have!
United Kingdom
We have just returned from a long non-birding trip to Oz and NZ, but did manage to fit a couple of days in, one was a Wetlands trip near Darwin (Highly recommended by the way!)
at the moment one bird is causing me trouble, I thought it was a Honeyeater of some sort but can't seem to find it in my Bird Guide, I would appreciate any help. It is a heavily cropped photo and the light at the time was bad so apologies.

Thanks in advance
Tom
 

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birdboybowley

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Hi Tom, with that ventral stripe and those undertail coverts your bird is a Mistletoebird
 

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