Yellow Wattlebirds (Anthochaera paradoxa) are endemic to Tasmania where they are widespread in the eastern and central areas.
The Yellow Wattlebird is Australia’s largest honeyeater. It is mostly dark grey-brown above, with a pale face, strongly streaked brown and white head, and white below with heavy dark streaks on the breast and sides. The belly has a prominent yellow patch. The distinctive yellow-orange wattles on the sides of the head become larger and brighter during the breeding season.
Yellow Wattlebirds feed on on nectar, fruit and insects.
Actual print dimensions: A4 8″ x 10″ (203mm x 254mm), A3 11″ x 13.75 (279mm x 349mm)
Media and Ink: Images are printed on 100% cotton rag – museum grade white fine art, matt 310gsm photographic paper. Epson UltraChrome HDR inks, the latest pigment ink technology are used for colour fidelity and permanence.
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