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Scarlet honeyeaters are commonly found along most of the eastern coast of Australia, ranging from Cape York in the far north to Gippsland in Victoria. During the winter, the southern populations migrate north. These birds prefer forest habitats and primarily forage in the upper tree canopy. As omnivores, they feed on insects and nectar. Up to three broods can be raised during a breeding season.
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Scarlet honeyeaters are commonly found along most of the eastern coast of Australia, ranging from Cape York in the far north to Gippsland in Victoria. During the winter, the southern populations migrate north. These birds prefer forest habitats and primarily forage in the upper tree canopy. As omnivores, they feed on insects and nectar. Up to three broods can be raised during a breeding season.