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Adult, sexes virtually identical
Immature (1st basic plumage) is similar to adult but:
Polytypic. Consists of six subspecies. 
Nests in open woodlands.
Seasonally monogamous and may be for life. They are almost always seen in pairs.
Nest is a very long woven pouch, attached to the end of a horizontal tree branch. Nest building starts as early as March usually producing one brood per season. However, more southerly populations can produce a second brood. In the event that they brood a second time, a second nest is always built.
This bird forages high in trees, sometimes in the undergrowth. They mainly eat insects and berries.
Swift, strong flight on rapid wing beats.
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