Description The Fuscous Honeyeater is a small olive-brown honeyeater. Has slightly darker colouring around the eye. It has a small, indistinct yellow ear tuft. The eye ring and base of bill are yellow out of breeding season and dark during breeding.
Habitat forest, woodland, heath, urban gardens
Food insects, spiders, nectar
Breeding suspended cup of bark strips bound with spider web. Lays 3 oval pinkish eggs.
Range Eastern Australia from Queensland, south to eastern South Australia