A modern honeyeater with a fluffy necktie and a prominent beaked horn!

A very loud, pious bird that wears a very elegant fluffy white tie and sports a prominent horn on its nose.
Meet the noisy friar
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The noisy puffin (Philemon cornicuƖatus) is a large member of the puffin family, measuring between 31 and 36 cm (12 and 14) in length. It has a very distinctive black calʋa head, plumage mostly grayish brown, except for the chest and belly, which is more of a whitish color. The eyes are red, the beak is strong with a prominent “bulge” at the base. The tail feathers are silvery white with white tips.
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Photo courtesy of Mark Gillow / CC BY 2.0
Males and females look very similar in appearance.
Although the males are a little larger than the females.
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photo courtesy of Steve Bittinger / CC BY 2.0
These birds are native to southern Papua New Guinea and eastern Australia.
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photo courtesy of Rod Waddington / CC BY-SA 2.0
These birds like to inhabit dry woodland areas as well as other woodlands, although they also like coastal scrub and heathland. They can also be found in wetlands and humid wooded areas.
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photo courtesy of Ms_Voren / CC BY-SA 2.0
This species of honeyeater feeds on nectar, fruits and native groups. The consumption of commercially grown fruits sometimes brings them into conflict with farmers who consider them pests.
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photo courtesy of Doмinic Sherony / CC BY-SA 2.0
The Noisy Friar occurs from July to January. They build a large, deep cup-shaped nest, made of bark and grass, hanging from a horizontal branch approximately 1 to 3 m from the ground. The female lays an average clutch size of 2 to 4 eggs, measuring about 22 to 33 mm (1 to 1 1/3 in). The color of these eggs would range from yellow to pink dotted with darker pink, brown or violet colors.
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photo courtesy of Jim Bendon / CC BY-SA 2.0
This area is considered the least concern on the IUCN red list.
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photo courtesy of Jim Beпdon / CC BY-SA 2.0
You can see and hear it right here in the following video:
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