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