Yellow-faced Honeyeaters (Caligavis chrysops), are found throughout much of south-eastern Australia and have distinctive yellow stripes across thir faces. They can often be found busily feeding on nectar and insects in bushland and open forests.
Approx. 14.5″ x 10.5″ (Landscape)
Colours may vary slightly due to the difference in monitor calibrations.
Unmounted and unframed.
Grateful to Patrick Kavanagh for his photo that I used as a reference for my drawing. License: CC BY 4.0