Blue-faced Honeyeater Entomyzon cyanotis

Blue-faced Honeyeater
Blue-faced Honeyeater
The Blue-faced Honeyeater is an Australian nectar-eating bird that particularly likes banana flowers and fruit.
Blue-faced Honeyeater eating orange It also enjoys other fruit
Blue-faced Honeyeater drinking from pipe and drinks running water from pipes
Blue-faced Honeyeater showing tongue Showing its brush-tipped tongue
Blue-faced Honeyeater
Blue-faced Honeyeater
It has a brush-tipped tongue, like lorikeets, to extract nectar and is an important pollinator.
Shouting 'til he's blue in the face
Shouting 'til he's blue in the face
Blue-faced Honeyeater with nesting material
Pair of Blue-faced Honeyeaters
Blue-faced Honeyeaters nesting
Male and female have similar plumage. Like Hummingbirds, which also eat nectar, they use spiders' web silk to hold their nest together.
Blue-faced Honeyeaters parent and young
Blue-faced Honeyeater juvenile
Blue-faced Honeyeater juvenile
The juvenile lacks the blue face.
Blue-faced Honeyeater
Blue-faced Honeyeater chin
Blue-faced Honeyeater