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Little Wattlebird

Anthochaera chrysoptera

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Medium-large dark brown honeyeater with fine white streaking. Easily distinguished from Red Wattlebird by the lack of pink wattles below the eye and by the lack of a yellow lower belly. Found in southeastern Australia, this species typically inhabits scrub and dry coastal woodlands. Often found near flowering Banksia. It is typically very active and vocal with a rough, loud, squawking call.

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