Diurnal, Lives in small groups, sometimes gathering in large flocks after the breeding season. Nest usually well hidden in the outer foliage of a high branch built mainly of vine tendrils and twigs.
Coastal Lowland Forest Wetlands Woodland, gardens and parks; Humid coastal districts; rainforest; open woodland; escarpment; inland waters.
Loud strident whistle
October to January, 3; pale-dull green. Both parents incubate the eggs and share feeding.
Kakadu National Park
Herbivore, Native and introduced fruits Mulberries; figs and soft fruits. Main diet: the fruits of Ficus.
|| Australasian Figbird
|| Sphecotheres viridus
|| Native Common
|| Least Concern
|| 280-290 mm.
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