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SCARLET HONEYEATER


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SCARLET HONEYEATER
Myzomela sanguinolenta 11 cm

         Despite its brilliant colour, the male Scarlet Honeyeater is often difficult to observe because it is small and forages mainly in tall trees.

         Usually the Scarlet Honeyeater occurs in flocks following the seasonal flowerings of plants.

        Birds are observed most readily in gardens where native plants such as grevilleas and bottle-brushes predominate.

         It is often detected first by its sweet jingling call.

       Some can easily be seen in Spring on the flowering Jacaranda tree at Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge .

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