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|This small honeyeater (Melithreptus lunatus) is widespread in the South-West of Western Australia and along the east Australian coast. The WA population is separated from their eastern counterparts by the Nullarbor and is recognised as a different sub-species (M.l. whitlocki) with a white eyebrow (ilustrated here). This individual was appreciating a quick bath during a hot autumn day.|
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- [2015-10-12 16:05]
Hi Odile,perfect capture of this beautiful honeywater in the best light,bright colors and fine details,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
very nice bird and good shot. I miss the birds and animals of australia - think I have to go there once again some day.