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Did you know?
- The Regent Honeyeater is a critically endangered bird species. Its numbers have declined due to urban development and the loss of woodland habitat.
- Regent Honeyeaters favour certain types of trees, especially those which are large and old in good soil, including white box and yellow box, spotted gum and river she-oaks.
- Before the 2019-20 bushfires, less than 400 birds remained in the wild and there are now estimated to be fewer than 250, after the bushfires affected breeding and feeding habitats.
- This honeyeater was once called the ‘Warty-faced Honeyeater’.