Category: Honeyeaters

Honeyeaters, Miners, Chats, Friarbirds

Singing Honeyeater

Another new bird from Bowra. It really has to be experienced to be believed. It’s such an awesome place!

Fuscous Honeyeater

On our way home from Grafton, stopped at a rest-stop, and I still manage to find a new bird!

Blue-faced Honeyeater

I know I already have some lovely photos of these birds, but not one with a tongue out like this! The brush-tipped tongue is for nectar. Or left over fruit and pancakes.

Little Friarbird

I have seen Little Friarbirds a very long time ago, but until yesterday I didn’t have any photos of one. Now I do 🙂

Yellow-faced Honeyeater

Another new one for me. I had no idea what it was when Lesley pointed it out, I just took photos, then it flew away. Lesley asked what it was, and I said I...

Lewin’s Honeyeater

There were a few of these around the buildings, as well as in the rainforest. They’re lovely little birds, and their song is gorgeous too! One of these came to the cafe to check...

Eastern Spinebill

Gorgeous little birds, who were often hanging around the grevilleas and bottlebrushes near the bird feeding area.

Regent Honeyeater

These beautiful birds were in the conservation area at Currumbin. I couldn’t tell what they were, and posted on the Bird ID facebook group, and one of the people who care for them responded,...

Noisy Friarbird

not my photo. click image to visit original These used to be in my garden all the time when I lived on the Sunshine Coast, and I have seen them on a couple of...