The mature male Golden Bowerbird (3rd photo) has a brown head and brown wings with golden yellow underparts, tail, crown and nape.
The female is olive brown with ash-gray underparts.
Immatures (1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th photo show an immature male) look similar to the female except their eyes are brown.
It lives in the rainforests of Queensland, generally at altitudes between 900m and 1500m.
The Golden Bowerbird is the world’s smallest bowerbird, but it is able to build the largest of all bowers.
Mount Lewis National Park, Queensland, Australia, 29 October 2022