Went to visit the Jacky Nursery last evening.
Both parents are busy looking after the two fledglings, now ensconced in separate trees. One little dude had chosen to fly in and land in a tree that White-plumed Honeyeaters consider “their territory”.
Rather than offer a polite request to move on, the entire family, perhaps 6-8 birds immediately took on an aggressive attack on the little tacker. Despite the best attempts by both the Jackys, the little bird was eventually harassed so much that it lost grip on the branch and had to relocate. Which left it extremely vulnerable in its clumsy flight to the much more agile, speedy and determined Honeyeaters.
After about 15 minutes of harassment things calmed down, and it chose a small branch isolated away from the Honeyeaters.
The second one seemed safe enough further down the paddock.
Hard to show it all unfold, but here is a sample of the action.