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Helmeted Honeyeater

HeHo by David Hack

The Helmeted Honeyeater, Lichenostomus melanops cassidix, also known as the HeHo, is Victoria's bird emblem. A subspecies of Yellow-tufted Honeyeater, HeHos live in swamp forests in Victoria's East and are critically endangered, with a wild population of only 150.

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    The Helmeted Honeyeater, popularly known as the HeHo, is Victoria's bird emblem. HeHos live in swamp forests in Victoria's East and are critically endangered, with a wild population of only 150.​...
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