Eastern Yellow Robins (2017)

Eastern yellow robins are found in a wide range of habitats, from dry woodlands to rainforests. They are friendly and curious and their yellow colouring is brilliant. When searching for food they will perch on low branches or grip the low trunk of a tree and pounce on any moving arthropods they see. We live alongside a Mountain Ash forest in the Dandenong Ranges in Victoria, Australia where superb lyrebirds wander the forest floor, scratching up the ground looking for insects and grubs. Almost always, there will be eastern yellow robins waiting in the hope of catching anything that escapes. These opportunistic birds join me sometimes, while I walk in the forest, watching for any insects that I might disturb.
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Eastern Yellow Robins

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