|Grey-headed Honeyeater Ptilotula keartlandi
(aka Lichenostomus keartlandi)
|Ormiston Gorge, Northern Territory, Australia
The Grey-headed Honeyeater is a bird of the arid interior of Australia where it is found in rocky gorges with some woodland and inland scrub where it feeds on insects and nectar. It is usually near water courses.
|It has a grey crown and the underparts are pale yellow with light brown streaks. It has a blackish mask with a yellow plume below.|
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