Chirp! That's the sound of a Regent Honey Eater. Honestly people think this bird is cool. I think it's just a hunk of yellow and black. It's one of those birds that can fly. Which is pretty lucky for those birds.
The Appearance Of A Regent Honey Eater
The Regent Honey Eater has unique colours to other birds. The Regent Honey Eater has a black neck along with a black head. The species have a black tail but are edged with yellow. The males have dark eyes while the females do not. The Regent Honey Eater's upper breast is completely black. The Regent Honey Eater is the only species with this layout.
Did you know that the male of the Regent Honey Eater family has their eye surrounded by yellow warty bare skin?
The Diet Of A Regent Honey Eater
This species is the only species to have this diet. As the name says the bird eats bee related things such as nectar. They can also eat fruits like bananas. They are omnivores which means they can eat small insects such as worms and flies. The Regent Honey Eater eats leaves called manna gum. The leaves come from manna gum trees. This species is the only species to have this diet.
Did you know that the Regent Honey Eater is one of the only species to eat nectar?
Habitats Of The Regent Honey Eater
The Regent Honey Eater can live in very wild areas. The Regent Honey Eater can live in temperate woodlands and forests. The forests and woodlands are on the slopes of South-East Australia. This species is one of the only species to have this habitat.
The Regent Honey Eater Is Endangered
The Regent Honey Eater is at risk of being extinct. This is because of habitat loss. People keep cutting down their habitat. That means the Regent Honey Eater has nowhere to go. Another reason why the Regent Honey Eater is endangered is because of the small population size they keep getting killed by predators in the wild. We need to help the Regent Honey Eater not be extinct.
Did you know not just people cut down trees thunder can as well?