A whiteface with distinct black band across whitish breast, sandy-buff above, richer on rump, tail blackish, tipped buff-white.
Diurnal, Similar to other whitefaces Gregarious, local nomad. Feeds mostly on the ground, takes cover in low bushes.
Stone Country Woodland, Open country, salt bush plains and low spinifex ridges, open mulga and other inland scrub.
April May, 2 to 3 eggs, pinkish white, spotted pale reddish-brown and purplish grey,communal breeding habits, several pairs building nests and feeding young.
Omnivore, Insects and seeds.
|| Banded Whiteface
|| Aphelocephala nigricincta
|| Least Concern
|| 110 - 125 mm
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