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Grey-headed Honeyeater

(Lichenostomus keartlandi)
Alternate name(s): "Keartland's Honeyeater"
Size: 15-16 cm

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Physical description

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Taxonomy, classification

See Grey-headed Honeyeater at Wikipedia .

Range, habitat, finding this species

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Sightings

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Photos

ADULT

Frontal view of a Grey-headed Honeyeater foraging for insects in rough bark; note the characteristic grey ear coverts and crown (photo courtesy of J. Greaves)
[The Granites Gold Mine, inland NT, June 2015]

Lateral view of a Grey-headed Honeyeater foraging for insects in rough bark (photo courtesy of J. Greaves)
[The Granites Gold Mine, inland NT, June 2015]

Different lateral view of a Grey-headed Honeyeater foraging for insects in rough bark (photo courtesy of J. Greaves)
[The Granites Gold Mine, inland NT, June 2015]

Family of Grey-headed Honeyeaters (photo courtesy of J. Greaves)
[The Granites Gold Mine, inland NT, June 2015]

Pair of Grey-headed Honeyeaters (photo courtesy of B. Hensen)
[Bowra Station, QLD, October 2012]

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