Diurnal, travelling in swarming flocks of several hundreds or more.
Woodland, Open eucalypt and acacia woodlands of inland eastern Australia.
August September October November December January, 2-3, white, gray blotches. Nest a shallow bowl of twigs in fork of shrub or small tree. Incubation about 12 days by both sexes, young fledge in 13-15 days.
Kakadu National Park
Omnivore, flying insects; nectar; blossoms.
|| White-browed Woodswallow
|| Artamus superciliosus
|| Least Concern
|| 190-200 mm.
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