Diurnal, Foraging territories for these sedentary birds are large and can cover over 50 ha.
Woodland, Usually high in eucalypts.
August to December, 2 to 3; white marked with dark olive and pale grey. The female constructs the nest, both sexes incubate and feed the young. Incubation period 15 days, young fledge 15 days.
Kakadu National Park
|| Crested Shrike-tit
|| Falcunculus frontatus
|| Near Threatened
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