Scrub and open forest
Diurnal, Live and breed in a co-ordinated communal group which may include up to 12 . Pairs mate for life. The group as a whole defends the territory. 3/4's of the day is spend foraging by the whole day. A social sedentary species.
Woodland Forest, along streams; open woodland.
August to December. Three to six eggs, pale brown to purplish-brown and buff.
Both sexes build the nest, the female incubates and brood alone. Incubation period 18-23 days, young fledge 21 days.
Kakadu National Park
Carnivore, Insects; arthropods found in litter and on tree trunks and branches.
|| Grey-crowned Babbler
|| Pomatostomus temporalis
|| Least Concern
|| 250 mm.
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