Breeding season: July to December. Breed in small to large colonies. Several broods may be reared during a single season. The females constructs the nest and incubates the eggs alone. Both sexes care for and feed the young. Additional 'helpers' also feed the young, which are nearly always males.
Grey body. Black crown and cheeks.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
Although Noisy Miner's are moderate in size, they are very aggressive and attack larger birds such as hawks and kookaburras.
Omnivore. Feeds on nectar, fruit and insects. On occassions they will eat small reptiles and amphibians. Food is either taken from trees or on the ground.
Found in parklands, open forests and woodlands.
Native to Australia