Diurnal, It lives in pairs in the breeding grounds, and defends a well-defined territory. Nest is a small frail platform of twigs, stems and bark fragments, bounds with spider silk. Usually in a horizontal fork 20-30 mtrs from the ground.
Woodland Forest, High in Woodland canopy, rainforest and mature dense eucalypt forest.
October to January, 1; varies from pale bluish to green-grey. Both sexes share nest building, incubation and care of young.
Kakadu National Park
Carnivore, Insects; cicadas; fruit.
|| Coracina tenuirostris
|| Least Concern
|| 240-270 mm.
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