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Queensland, Australia
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Passeriformes > Pomatostomidae

Hall's Babbler

Pomatostomus halli

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Large, conspicuous songbird with long decurved bill, very dark mask, broad whitish eyebrow, narrow dark-brown crown, and dark eye. White throat and breast form a well-defined bib and do not extend to belly; belly and undertail dark. Compare White-browed Babbler, in which white breast extends into belly and white eyebrow is much narrower than the crown stripe. Forages mostly on the ground in chattering flocks, in western Queensland.

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