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Black-headed Honeyeater

Black-headed Honeyeater (Image ID 44576)
Photographed byDiana Womersley on Sun 20th Dec, 2020 and uploaded on Thu 4th Feb, 2021 .
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ID44576
CommentNormally these very active small honeyeaters are high in the canopies of very large eucalypts, like all their mainland Melithreptus cousins. Endemic to Tas.
This one descended to eye-level to practise acrobatic skills & bark-probing for arthropods and insects.
EquipmentCanon 80D; Canon lens100-400 mk 2; Ext 1.4; Handheld
1/640; F8 - 463mm; ISO 1250
LocationUTAS campus SANDY BAY, Tasmania
Keywordsadult, behaviour/display
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