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Photo by davesmith
Photo taken: Karnup road, Australia.
Eopsaltria georgiana


14.5 cm. Blue-grey upperparts, paler eyebrows, and whitish underparts, grey tail is tipped with white black bill and feet, dark brown eyes. Birds from the northern part of its range are smaller and darker grey in colour. Juveniles are brownish.


Southwest of Western Australia.



Open forests near rivers; coastal scrub.


The cup shaped nest is made of dry grass, bark and spider webs. 2 pale olive- to blue-green eggs, often splotched are laid and are incubated for 16 or 17 days, with young leaving the nest two weeks after hatching.

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