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RED-BROWED FINCH


Photo: C & D Frith
Australia's Cape York Peninsula

RED-BROWED FINCH
Neochmia temporalis 11 cm

      The Red-browed Finch is endemic to moist regions of eastern Australia.

      Usually it forms groups that live within small areas for most of the year.

      Red-browed Finches live in rainforest clearings, eucalypt forests and woodlands,
        heathlands, mangroves and in suburban areas.

      They feed mostly on grass seed but also take some other plant seeds, small fruits
        and some insects.

      Groups can easily be seen eating grass seed in the rainforest clearing at
       
Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge .

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Lake Eacham, Atherton Tableland
Tropical North Queensland, Australia.
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