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Orange Chat

Epthianura aurifrons

A sighting of the Orange Chat is often a pleasing visual respite when one treks through its usual habitat of either bluebush plains, samphire flats or stony gibber plains.The female is nothing to write home about but the male in full breeding colours is a very striking bird (shown on right).

Orange Chats are usually seen in pairs or small groups of up to 15 birds or more. They have been recorded locally in flocks of up to 400 but this is an exception rather than a rule.

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Orange chat
Orange Chat
Photo - Philip Gee

 

 

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