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Home Birds Other - smaller than magpie Artamus leucorynchus

Artamus leucorynchus

White-breasted Woodswallow

The White-breasted Woodswallow is the only one of the woodswallows with no white in its tail. Its distinctive 'hood' and white breast also help to distinguish it.

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Artamus leucorynchus (White-breasted Woodswallow) at Narrawallee Foreshore Reserves Walking Track - 4 Feb 2019 by Charles Dove Artamus leucorynchus (White-breasted Woodswallow) at Narrawallee Foreshore and Reserves Bushcare Group - 3 Mar 2017 by Charles Dove Artamus leucorynchus (White-breasted Woodswallow) at Narrawallee Foreshore and Reserves Bushcare Group - 3 Mar 2017 by Charles Dove
Artamus leucorynchus (White-breasted Woodswallow) at Narrawallee Foreshore Reserves Walking Track - 4 Feb 2019 by Charles Dove
Artamus leucorynchus (White-breasted Woodswallow) at Narrawallee Foreshore and Reserves Bushcare Group - 3 Mar 2017 by Charles Dove
Artamus leucorynchus (White-breasted Woodswallow) at Narrawallee Foreshore and Reserves Bushcare Group - 3 Mar 2017 by Charles Dove

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White-breasted Woodswallow - Narrawallee
White-breasted Woodswallow - Narrawallee

Species information

  • Artamus leucorynchus Scientific name
  • White-breasted Woodswallow Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Non-local Native
  • Non-Invasive

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