Diurnal, Adults live in pairs and jointly defend permanent territories Forages mainly on the ground
Forest Shrubland Wetlands Coastal Woodland Grassland Desert Stone Country, Australia wide except Tasmania; open woodland; mangroves; inland waters and fringing forests.
August September October November December. 3 to 4; cream-yellowish brown. Males and females share nest building, incubation and care of the young. Nest is a cup of grass and fine bark strips bound with spider web; lined with grass and fur. Generallt placed on a horizontal branch within five metres of the ground. Eggs hatch 14 -15 days, young fledge in 15 days.
Kakadu National Park
Carnivore, Insects; mainly insects and spiders; flies.
|| Willie Wagtail
|| Rhipidura leucophrys
|| Least Concern
|| 190-210 mm.
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