Breeding season: August to December. Clutch size is two to three. Nest is cup-shaped. The female incubates the eggs. Both sexes feed the young, often with the aid of other birds.
Yellow head with white neck plumage, bordered above with black.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
White-plumed Honeyeaters aggressively defend their territories, often grouping together to drive larger birds away. They are often the first birds to respond to the presence of a predator.
Omnivore. Feeds on nectar and insects.
Found in open sclerophyll forests and near wetlands.
Native to Australia