The yellow wattlebird is Australia’s largest honeyeaters and is native to Tasmania. They are named after the wattles in the corners of their mouths.
Often described to sound similar to a person coughing or vomiting, they are found in mountain shrubberies and open woodlands, particularly amongst eucalypts and banksias from which they feed on. They are a common sight in urban parks and gardens.
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. Pin measures 4.5 cm x 4.5 cm
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