Graeme Chapman - natural history photographer - ornithologist

Bird calls / bird song
White-streaked Honeyeater

Samples LS100036 and LS100037 I recorded at the Pascoe River on the road into Iron Range. Flowering paperbarks there had attracted a variety of nectar eating birds and the resultant sound amounted to a cacophany - lorikeets, honeyeaters and friarbirds dominated. I had to select small sections of the original recordings where the calls of the White-streaked Honeyeaters weren't drowned out by all the other birds, so this sample is a bit of a grab bag.

627 White-streaked Honeyeater LS100036
627 White-streaked Honeyeater LS100037

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