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Feeding in ( Banksia integrifolia) today is the locally migratory and nomadic White-cheeked Honeyeater. They are a common, fast moving species which inhabit the eastern seaboard, with another nominate race in the west.

Reference;  Morcombe, M.   Field Guide to Australian Birds.

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