Blue-faced Honeyeater family

Blue-faced Honeyeater
Blue-faced Honeyeater family portrait

Young Blue-faced Honeyeaters, Entomyzon cyanotis, aren’t “blue-faced” at all: their cheeks change from brownish to yellow-green, and then to blue at maturity.

These three were part of a group of four or five moving around my garden in mid March – very likely a family group, in which case we’re looking at children perched above a parent.

Blue-faced Honeyeater
Immature Blue-faced Honeyeater

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