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Breeding season: September to February. Clutch size is three to four. Nest is a small depression in the ground, often in a clump of grass or another form of cover. The female incubates the eggs and takes care of the young. They are very nomadic, moving from drought-affected areas to areas of recent rainfall.
Larger than the Rufous Songlark and lacks the rufous rump.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
The Brown Songlark lives in farm paddocks and as a result are occasionally killed by vehicles on roads.
Omnivore. Feeds on seeds and insects.
Found in open country, including pastures, short crops and grassy shrub.
Native to Australia