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Silvereyes are small birds and more common in the south-east of Australia. Their nest is a small, neatly woven cup of grasses, hair, and other fine vegetation, bound with spider web. It is placed in a horizontal tree fork up to 5m above the ground The Silvereye is a small bird with a conspicuous ring of white feathers around the eye, and belongs to a group of birds known as white-eyes. It has a grey back and olive-green head and wings. Sources: http://www.birdsinbackyards.net/species/Zosterops-lateralis www.birdlife.org.au/bird-profile/silvereye
or it may may belong to a Rufous Fantail, Rhipidura rufifrons or a Grey Fantail, Rhipidura albiscapa
although there nests are descibed as being built in a thin tree-fork, unusually between 2 and 5 metres from the ground. It is made of fine grass bound together with large amounts of spider web. The bottom of the nest is drawn out into a long stem, resembling that of a wine-glass. My nest does not have a long stem at the bottom.