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Endangered, may now count less than 2500 birds total, and populations estimates falling.
Eucalypt forests. Nests are usually located near the coast in dry forests on upper slopes and ridge tops
The diet includes seeds and grains, green vegetation, fruit, nectar and pollen, insects and larvae.
They make their nests inside a hollow tree branch or trunk in very old or dead trees. The clutch consists of 3-5 round white eggs.
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