|Brown Honeyeater Lichmera indistincta
|Busselton, Western Australia
The Brown Honeyeater is distributed in Australia except for the centre south and south-east and in the southern part of New Guinea. It is found in a wide variety of habitats and prefers being near water. It feeds mainly on nectar but also on insects.
It is plain brown with a longish, decurved bill and a yellowish to white spot behind the eye. The flight and tail feathers are edged olive-yellow.
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