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Blue-faced honeyeater        Images © Mark A. Chappell

The monarch-flycatchers are a small group of active insectivorous birds from wet forests in Australia.   This one, the spectacled monarch, is found along much of the central and northern east coast.   I took the photos Kingfisher Park near Julatten, in far north Queensland.
            A closely-related speces with a somewhat broader distribution is the black-faced monarch.

  • Canon 40D or 7D2; 500 mm IS lens or 800 mm IS lens plus 1.4X extender, fill-in flash (2009, 2015)