Regent Honeyeater fighting for existence

By Margaret Clarke
August 12 2016 - 1:22am
UNDER THREAT: Captive breeding programs have been undertaken to combat the threat of extinction for the The Regent Honeyeater. Pictures by Dean Ingwersen.

The Regent honeyeater is one of Australia’s most beautiful birds. Once common all along the south- eastern seaboard, they are now only found in small areas in South Eastern Queensland, South East Victoria and NSW.

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