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LORD HOWE ISLAND WHITE EYE (Zosterops tephropleura)
Biodiversity > Birds > Land Birds

Lord Howe Island white eye

The most abundant of Lord Howe Island land birds, the LHI white eye is considered a different species to the mainland silvereye. They often move about in small family groups, flitting from one tree to another gleanings insects from branches. They are also quite fond of garden fruits such as pawpaws and avacados.

Length: 13cm

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