Saving the REGENT HONEYEATER - A Conservation and Management Guide

1st July 2019

The Regent Honeyeater is a striking black and yellow bird endemic to mainland south-eastern Australia.  Its scientific name – Anthochaera Phrygia – means ‘embroidered flower-fancier’, and its beautifully patterned plumage certainly lives up to this name.

This A4 size, 36 page booklet gives an overview of the life history and conservation status of this highly endangered bird and explains the threats that have caused the decline in the range and population of the species.  It also outlines the management and recovery actions that are being undertaken and highlights the organisations and some of the individuals that are involved in trying to save this bird from extinction.

Available from our office.