GreyHeadedHoneyeater

July 19, 2017 – Grey-headed Honeyeater (Ptilotula keartlandi)

These honeyeaters are found in open arid and semi-arid woodlands in parts of northern and western Australia. They eat insects and spiders, along with nectar and some fruit. Though they probably breed mostly in the winter and spring, they have been recorded breeding in all months.

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