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The Blue-faced Honeyeater occurs in a wide range of habitats, though it is most usually found in eucalypt forests and woodlands, or often among pandanus palms, but it also often occurs in built-up habitats where it forages in both native and exotic plants. They take invertebrates from the trunks, branches and leaves of trees, and probe flowers for nectar. Like many honeyeaters, this species is often pugnacious, chasing competitors away from food sources, and mobbing, swooping or harassing potential predators to drive them away from the nest.
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