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white-throated honeyeater

white-throated honeyeater feeding on red cllistemon flowers

White-throated honeyeater, Melithreptus albogularis, IMG 2556 - White-throated honeyeaters make themselves at home in open woodlands and forests, particularly those close to permanent sources of water, and will happily take up residence in urban parks and gardens if water and an adequate supply of food, provided by flowering shrubs and trees, such as grevilleas, melaleucas, and callistemons, is available.

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