This Scarlet Honeyeater flew into a balcony window. Although his fractured wing healed, it was not good enough for release back into the wild. He now resides at Featherdale Wildlife Park.
In 2018 NSW suffered a severe drought which saw a shift in areas for honeyeaters who came into suburban and city areas in search of flowering nectar. An inability of navigating high rise apartment blocks resulted in his collision.
This Image was part of BirdLife Australia's Little Birds exhibition.
A1: Approx 60cm x 85cm, limited edition of 25
A2: Approx 60cm x 42cm, limited edition of 50
A3: Approx 30 x 42cm, limited edition of 100
A4: Approx 28 x 20cm, Open Edition
Scarlet Honeyeater (Male)
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