Birds at the AALBG

White-browed Babbler (Pomatostomus superciliosus)

White-browed Babblers are active, noisy birds, usually found in small groups busily foraging on the ground for spiders, insects, seed and other prey or food. Both sexes have a similar appearance and breed in small groups. Babblers roost together at night in nests in the upper branches of woodland trees like Mulgas and Myalls.

Distribution of the White-browed Babbler in Australia.

Distribution Map

White-browed Babbler

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