Zenfolio | Roger MacKertich Photography | Red Wattlebird

Red Wattlebirds are generally seen singly or in small groups, though larger numbers may congregate noisily in trees with abundant flowers, often with other species of honeyeaters and lorikeets. However, occasionally, usually during autumn, when the summer heat has abated, they may form huge mobile flocks which, although they may sometimes comprise hundreds or even thousands of birds, fly silently overhead. These flocks can be seen in the countryside as well as in built-up areas, as the Red Wattlebird commonly occurs in a wide range of habitats
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