Graeme Chapman - natural history photographer - ornithologist

Australian Birds

White-faced Robin
Tregellasia leucops
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Click to listen to sound samples Probably the most striking of all the Australian "robins", White-faced Robins are widespread in New Guinea but in Australia are restricted to the tropical rainforests of far northern Cape York Peninsula, as far south as the McIlwraith Range. There they take the place of the Pale-yellow Robin from further south. Like most other robins, once adult they are sedentary and live as pairs in permanent territories.

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397201-D ... White-faced Robin, Iron Range, Queensland.

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397202-D ... White-faced Robin

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397203-D ... White-faced Robin

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397205-D ... White-faced Robin

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