One of the most common honeyeaters of the area is the Rufous-throated Honeyeater.
With the top end's wet season in full swing, many bird species were nesting or had young, including the Rufous-throated Honeyeaters.
A young Brown Honeyeater, just out of the nest recently.
A fleeting shot of a White-gaped Honeyeater.
One of the largest of the honeyeater group, a Little Friarbird. There are 4 species of Friarbirds which occur in the north of Australia and replace the large Wattlebird honeyeaters of southern Australia.
The mangroves around Broome are home to the small Red-headed Honeyeaters, such as this female.
The male Red-headed Honeyeaters have the beautiful intense red colour on the head.