Diurnal, Forms small groups, they have a strong flapping flight following each other from tree to tree. Breed in groups, often taking over the deserted roosting nests of Grey-crowned Rabblers
Forest Woodland Wetlands, Open forest country; eucalypt; paperbark and pandanus woodland to edge of rainforest and mangroves; inland waters and fringing forests; open woodland.
Photo Katherine Gorge, NT.
June to January, 2 to 3; rich salmon, sparingly spotted chestnut brown. Breeding females occupy deserted nests,
Kakadu National Park
Omnivore, Insects; nectar; native fruits and berries. Nectar of paperbacks and grevilleas as well as insects and spiders.
|| Blue-faced Honeyeater
|| Entomyzon cyanotis
|| Least Concern
|| 240-300 mm.
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