Diurnal, Breeding can be communal with additional members of the colony helping the senior parental pair in feeding their young.
Open Woodland Scrubland, Open eucalypt woodland and fringing forest and desert scrub.
Sometimes treated as the Golden-backed Honeyeater Melithreptus Laetior in Northern Australia
July to December, 1-2 eggs, salmon-pink. Incubation probably 14-15 days. Young fledge in 13 - 14 days.
Kakadu National Park
Omnivore, Nectar and insects.
|| Black-chinned Honeyeater, Golden-backed Honeyeater
|| Melithreptus gularis
|| Least Concern
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