Behavioural Photographs of Honeyeaters
This page features images of honeyeaters that were foraging, feeding, hunting, flying, vocalising or displaying aggressive behaviour.
The Australian Garden in the Royal Botanical Gardens, Cranbourne attracts many species that feed on native plants. I photographed a male scarlet myzomela here, apparently a rare visitor being east of its normal range together the common New Holland honeyeater and little wattlebird. Townsville Common in Queensland was a real surprise with many species to photograph.
Tui is a common aggressive New Zealand species with an unmistakeable vocal call. I photographed two in aerial combat, I assume one was defending a feeding territory.