I'm looking to find the breed of this bird. Wee little honey eater bird but a fatty in comparison to overall size. Brisbane north side.

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Feb 23, 2018
by: Brook

Hi Jack,

I believe this is a female Fuscous Honeyeater, but I live in Oregon, USA.
The male is more colorful and looks to have more green or even yellow during breeding season, but search for "pictures of female fuscous
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Maybe someone who is familiar with your area can give you a better ID but look at the pics and see what you think. I hope you find this to be your bird.

Feb 22, 2018
by: Pam P

I've never seen a bird like that but it is so cute! It doesn't even look real. Good picture too! I'm taking it that isn't in the USA?

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