Breeding season: August to December. Clutch size is two to three. Builds a loose shallow nest from twigs, grasses and roots which is placed in a tree fork, hollow stump or fence post, about 1 m to 6 m above the ground. Both sexes build the nest, incubate the eggs and feed the young.
White eyebrow. This species is the most 'colourful' of all the woodswallows.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
Woodswalllows roost together in tight clusters at night, as well as during cold weather and storms. Like other woodswallows, this species has a divided, brush-tipped tongue that can be used to feed on nectar from flowers. They are nomadic, and somewhat migratory as they move north in autumn and south in spring.
Omnivire. Feeds on insects and nectar.
Found in a wide range of inland habitats, from eucalypt forests and woodlands to dry heaths and spinifex.
Native to Australia