The common and widespread white-eye of Australia. Usually encountered in small active flocks
working over the foliage, flowers or fruits of shrubbery in a wide range of
habitats, then moving on as a group. The tongue is brush-tipped for mopping up
sugary liquids from flowers and fruit.
The Australian Bird Guide, Peter Menkhorst et al
|Classifications:||Bird, forest and grassland|
|Information sources:||Local Photo by Barry Deacon|