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Red Wattlebird -  Scientific Name: Anthochaera carunculata  Featured bird groups: Honeyeaters

Red Wattlebird - Scientific Name: Anthochaera carunculata Featured bird groups: Honeyeaters

Mobile Lynn posted a photo:  The species is found in southeast Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and southwest Western Australia in open forest and woodland, and is a common visitor to urban gardens and parks. Loud and conspicuous, the red wattlebird is generally found in trees, where it gets most of its food; occasionally it forages on the ground. It is one of the largest nectarivorous birds in the world, feeding from a wide variety of flowering plants. Insects also…

Mobile Lynn posted a photo: The species is found in southeast Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and southwest Western Australia in open forest and woodland, and is a common visitor to urban gardens and parks. Loud and conspicuous, the red wattlebird is generally found in trees, where it gets most of its food; occasionally it forages on the ground. It is one of the largest nectarivorous birds in the world, feeding from a wide variety of flowering plants. Insects also…

Red wattlebird  Anthochaera carunculata...sydney birds

Red wattlebird Anthochaera carunculata...sydney birds

Red Wattlebird - Anthochaera carunculata Artwork: John Gould, 'The Birds of Australia', 1848. Original Scanned Image

Red Wattlebird - Anthochaera carunculata Artwork: John Gould, 'The Birds of Australia', 1848. Original Scanned Image

Wattle bird - loves to attack cats and apparently other birds.  I prefer to watch them attack cats.

Wattle bird - loves to attack cats and apparently other birds. I prefer to watch them attack cats.

(Doryanthes excelsa, Gymea lily)  This specimen was seen in Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne.    The bird is Red Wattlebird, Anthochaera carunculata.

(Doryanthes excelsa, Gymea lily) This specimen was seen in Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne. The bird is Red Wattlebird, Anthochaera carunculata.

Wattle Bird In Bottlebrush Throw Pillow Wattlebirds (Anthochaera) are members of the honeyeater family, and native to Australia. The Red Wattlebird is a large, noisy honeyeater. The Red Wattlebird occurs in forests, woodlands and gardens, where it aggressively protects food-bearing plants from other honeyeater species.

Wattle Bird In Bottlebrush Throw Pillow

Wattle Bird In Bottlebrush Throw Pillow Wattlebirds (Anthochaera) are members of the honeyeater family, and native to Australia. The Red Wattlebird is a large, noisy honeyeater. The Red Wattlebird occurs in forests, woodlands and gardens, where it aggressively protects food-bearing plants from other honeyeater species.

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