Well, Covid19 has found us, so this will be a very brief post.
More birds from around the water-tank I mentioned last week. These birds are White-plumed Honeyeaters (Lichenostomus penicillatus). This is a medium sized honeyeater, found in open forests and woodlands, often near water and wetlands. I smiled when I found this note about its distribution: "It is scarce or absent in arid regions unless water artificially supplied (e.g. water troughs for stock)".
Its nice when the birds do what they are supposed to do!
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