The crimson chat (Epthianura tricolor) is a species of small bird found in Australia. It is also known as the tricoloured chat, saltbush canary, and crimson-breasted nun. Crimson chats are usually 4-5 inches (10–13 cm) in length and 10-11 grams in weight. They have long, thin legs; a pointy, downward curving bill; and a brush-like tipped tongue.
COLLARED LORY (Vini solitarius) - AKA the Fijian lory in honor of the island archipelago where it is endemic. Lories consume nectar and act as pollinators. Lories have a brush on the tip of their tongue that helps them collect nectar. This gorgeous bird's plumage was used as currency in several island archipelagos in the south seas.