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YELLOW HONEYEATER


Photo: C & D Frith
Australia's Cape York Peninsula


ENDEMIC Tropical North QLD

YELLOW HONEYEATER
Lichenostomus flavus 19 cm

         The Yellow Honeyeater is endemic to north Queensland.

         It is common in open forests and woodlands with a shrubby understorey.

    Its rich whistling calls are uttered frequently throughout the day.

    Because it feeds commonly on nectar, it is often abundant even in cities where
      native plants such as grevilleas an bottle-brushes have been used for landscaping.

    Near Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge it is most readily seen round 
      Mareeba.

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Lake Eacham, Atherton Tableland
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