Diurnal, Do not build their own nests but lay their eggs in the nest of others. Often seen in pairs or trios, and flocks may congregate at fruiting trees.
Forest Wetlands, Thick river vegetation or monsoon thickets.
September to March, Lays an egg in the nest of Blue-faced Honeyeaters, friarbirds, figbirds, orioles, and magpie larks. Egg hatches in about 13-14 days.
Kakadu National Park
|| Common Koel, Eastern Koel
|| Eudynamys orientalis (scolopacea)
|| Least Concern
|| 390-460 mm
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