Earlier this year, when the Euodia Trees were bursting with blooms, a small group of Scarlet Honeyeaters were regular visitors. I see them occasionally through the year on the bottlebrushes and grevillias, but in January and February they are easy to photograph near the pond as they come down for a drink.
The adult males are resplendent in scarlet and black, but the juvenile males look like they have a bad case of measles with red spots all over their poor little faces.
This juvenile below has not been infected yet.
Also, if you have not had enough scarlet honeyeaters, here is a short video of them I took (please excuse my shakiness – left my tripod at the house).