Eastern Yellow Robin
Photo: Courtesy of Damon Ramsey
Eastern Yellow Robin, Eopsaltria australia
The ‘Eastern Yellow Robin’ sometimes appears on the edge of the tropical rainforest where it meets up with the bird's usual habitat of wet sclerophyll forest.
It is a small plump bird with grey upperparts and yellow underparts.
Its call is a monotone, harsh "chit"
They feed from the ground and surfaces of trunks and branches, eating mainly insects.
Females build small, cup shaped nests from grasses etc. and incubate two or three eggs
Both parents feed the young.
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