|Bell Miner Manorina melanophrys
|Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
The Bell Miner is distributed in coastal south-east Australia from the south of Queensland to Melbourne. It is found in temperate forest and eucalypt woodland as well as in gardens.
|It is olive-green above and lemon-green below with yellow bill and legs. It shows a red triangle of bare flesh behind the eye and has a yellow spot on the lores with black markings on the face.
It gets its English name from the single bell-like note of its contact call.