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LEWIN'S HONEYEATER

LEWIN'S HONEYEATER
Meliphaga lewinii 20 cm

         Lewin’s Honeyeater is the extremely similar counterpart of the Yellow-spotted and Graceful Honeyeaters that replace it in foothill and coastal districts.

         Its loud staccato call is one of the familiar sounds of upland rainforests.

    It feeds mainly on insects, nectar and fruit.

    Many have learnt to visit picnic tables to look for crumbs.

    Several are daily visitors to the lodge railings at Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge .

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Lake Eacham, Atherton Tableland
Tropical North Queensland, Australia.
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