apostlebird

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The Apostlebird is a mud-nest builder like the White-winged Chough. They like to hang out in small flocks of between 6-20 and are often found along the roadsides in inland eastern Australia. They are common in woodlands and scrublands, particularly she-oaks (casuarina stands) and come down to walk on the ground in search of food. They are normally around 29-32cm.

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