Unsorted Wild Birds

Red-browed Pardalotes



The Red-browed Pardalotes (Pardalotus rubricatus) occur naturally in the northern two-thirds of Australia. It is common in the north-west, where it is usually found in dry woodlands and mulga; it is rare in the eastern part of its range.

It measures between 10 – 12 cm in length. It is slighter larger than the the similar Forty-spotted Pardalote. It can be differentiated by the paler plumage.


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