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Thank you Gene.
great post rob
Thanks you smllpkg - glad you liked this one.My pleasure Shirley - thanks.
We have had some of these visit our garden of late, never seen them before, they are very quick, haven't had a chance to take a snap of them, Thanks for the post, Rob.
Beautiful birds make for beautiful pictures. Thanks.
Thanks warbler.Nah! He just takes a tiny sip of nectar & helps with pollination pg :)) Thanks.
He's the one who eats all my honey.
Perfect composition. Thanks.
Thanks aggie.No lyndee - we see other varieties of Honeyeaters though, there are lots of different ones.Maybe calleycat! Thanks for commenting!
How interesting. I live on Grevillia Street. Maybe it's named after the Grevillea flower. Differerent spelling though.
Do you see these often where you live robyn?
lovely post, thanks robryan.