New Holland Honeyeater
I saw the bird feeding on the grass tree so I went over to it and of course if flew off. I only waited a few minutes and luck would have it and it came back and continued feeding. I used a 7D Mark2 with a 100-400 mark2 lens
Took a few shots of the fellow. Canon 800D 100/400mm lens mid morning Killalea Shellharbour
New Holland Honeyeater loves our garden when they get a chance if not being chased by the Little Wattlebirds. Penrith
The New Holland Honeyeater is always on the lookout for the cranky Wattlebird. They poor NHH do not get a chance to eat peacefully. Taken in the backyard. Penrith
New Holland Honeyeater trying to shelter from the rain in the garden after a feed off the Grevillea.
This is Neville, a New Holland Honeyeater. He is showing some indignation and impatience with me because I inadvertantly scared him away from the nectar site that he was plundering. He can’t wait to get back to it and just wants me to get lost. He lives in the National Australia Botanic Gardens in Canberra, along with about 353,000 of his kind and even more little Eastern Spinebills. The two species are happy to share and swarm all over any tree or bush that has what they want. It’s the big bully wattle birds that they have to watch out for. When the wattles want the tree, they just “bomb” all of the little birds, and off they go to some other site.
I love New Holland Honey eater birds, i love there cheekiness and there beautiful colour, enjoy taking photos of them !
Again, one of my favorite little birds, so pretty and i saw him around midday and he was happy for me to take a photo
These birds have the best personalities at bathtime. Taken with a Canon 80D at Penrith NSW.
Photographer: Steve Dew
These guys were coming to water nearby in their dozens, this one was very vocal seems as if he was the boss, but then again all New Hollands think they're the boss!