The Singing Honeyeater (Lichenostomus virescens) is one of Australia's most widespread honeyeaters - although the in the south-east corner of the country it is restricted to coastal areas. This means it is not one of the birds I see on a daily basis.
At about 20cm long it is a medium sized honeyeater that can be found in a range of habitats. All of these pictures were taken near Patchewollock in the North East of Victoria a couple of weekends ago.
The pictures of the birds on the sticks were taken from two hides that overlooked watering points. This was one of my first 'build for photography' hide experiences, and I have to say I rather enjoyed it. The birds in the bushes were taken as I was eating breakfast!
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Hope all is well. SM