Chunky gray songbird with a heavy black bill found in dry forest and bushland in parts of semi-arid southern Australia. Male has pale orange throat that extends above bill, gray breast, and paler belly. Female similar, but plumage tones more muted and paler. Compare Gilbert’s Whistler, which is darker in front of the eye, and the orange chin does not extend above the bill. Many different calls, including a repeated "chew-chew-chew-chew," a Rufous-Whistler-like "eee-chong," and other tuneful whistles.