Graeme Chapman - natural history photographer - ornithologist

Australian Birds

White-eared Honeyeater
Lichenostomus leucotis
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Click to listen to sound sample White-eared Honeyeaters are widespread in southern Australia ranging from alpine woodlands down to coastal heath and also out to the mallee scrubs of the inland.You usually only see a single bird or two, rarely are there groups and they never form flocks. They are a very inquisitive bird - if you make squeaking noises to attract birds in the bush, a White-ear is nearly always the first to appear. White-eared Honeyeaters prefer thick shrubland, either by itself or as an understorey.

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617201 ... White-eared Honeyeater

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617202 ... White-eared Honeyeater

Photo: 617203

617203 ... White-eared Honeyeater

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617204 ... White-eared honeyeater

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