• White-quilled Honeyeaters

    17 days ago - By 10,000 Birds

    White-quilled Honeyeaters- Entomyzon albipennis are found in the north of Australia. It is one of the largest of the honeyeaters and a similar size to the Friarbirds , Wattlebirds and Miners. The colours of the White-quilled Honeyeater are also a stand-out feature. It is only in recent years that the White-quilled Honeyeater became a separate species from the Blue-faced Honeyeater. eBird mentioned the changes in August 2017. They are a fairly common bird within their range.
    A map showing the range of the White-quilled Honeyeater can be found here. Usually the closest place to Broome that...
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