In 2018 there was a record number of Yellow-faced Honeyeaters that were rescued in the inner city of Sydney. It is believed they had come into the suburban/city garden areas in search of flowering nectar as their usual habitat had dried up during the drought which had affected NSW.

Although city gardens provide valuable food sources for some bird species, these tiny honeyeaters couldn’t navigate the high-rise buildings resulting in collisions.

The birds featured here all recovered from wing injuries and concussion.

They were all successfully rehabbed/released.


This image came third place in the 2018 Australian Photography Awards


Available Sizes:

A0: approx 85cm x 120cm, limited edition of 10 (printed on photo-rag art paper)

A1: approx 60cm x 85cm, limited edition of 25 (printed on photo-rag art paper)


A2: approx 60cm x 42cm, limited edition of 50 (printed on Silk photographic paper)

A3: Approx 30 x 40cm, limited edition of 100 (printed on Silk photographic paper)

A4: Approx 28 x 20cm, Open Edition (printed on Silk photographic paper)

Drought - Featuring Yellow-faced Honeyeaters