The Regent Honeyeater is a bird native to Australia and is currently listed as endangered.
Reasons for critically endangered status - Habitat loss & fragmentation & degradation.
Conservation efforts - There are captive breeding programs releasing the Regent Honeyeater back into the wild.
The Regent Honeyeater Facts -
Science Name: Anthochaera phrygia
Size: 20 - 24 cm
Wingspan: 30 cm
Weight: 35 - 50 g
Native Locations: Australia
Lifespan: 6 -10 years
Conservation status: Critically Endangered (CR)
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