Small honeyeater, 12-16cm in length. Bill quite long and down-curved, small yellow triangle behind the eye, upper parts olive brown, flight feathers and tailed edged yellow. One of the most common honeyeaters in the region and a frequent visitor to suburban yards. Their habitat includes forest, woodland, heath, mulga, other arid scrub, watercourse trees, mangroves and gardens. Sedentary, locally nomadic and common.
|Classifications:||Bird, forest and grassland|
|Information sources:||Michael Morcombe Birds of Australia, E-Guide (Ipod app)|