Diurnal, Pairs and small loose flocks of 3-8 feed together. Nest in paris or samll communal groups in which other members help the senior nesting pair feed and rear their young.
Woodland Forest Wetlands, Wooded Country, eucalypt woodland and forests, along watercourses and in paper-bark swamps and mangroves.
July August September October November December January, 2; pale salmon-pink, reddish-brown markings.
Kakadu National Park
Omnivore, Insects and nectar.
|| White-throated Honeyeater
|| Melithreptus albogularis
|| Least Concern
|| 130-150 mm.
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