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White-gaped Honeyeaters

1 month ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

The White-gaped Honeyeater - Stomiopera unicolor is common around Broome, but you find them mostly alone and not with others of the same species. They are generally a vocal species, which aids in locating them, because they are not the brightest of the Honeyeater species. White-gaped Honeyeaters are one of the larger of the Honeyeater species and mostly dull like the Dusky Honeyeater , but a larger species with a significant white patch near the bill. Dusky Honeyeaters are only observed close to the Western Australia/Northern Territory border to the north, so you won't be observing them...
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