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Gold Creek Reservoir
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Passeriformes > Meliphagidae

Little Friarbird

Philemon citreogularis

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Large honeyeater with a brown-feathered crown and bare, blue-gray facial skin. Gray-brown upperparts and cream underparts. Easily distinguished from other friarbirds by its smaller size, facial skin coloration, and lack of a "horn" on the bill. Juveniles have yellow coloration on throat and shoulders. Found in a wide variety of habitats but is particularly common along rivers and in suburban gardens.

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