Noisy Miner

The Noisy miner is as noisy as its name indicates, calling with a high pitched pee-pee-pee. They gather together and will drive any intruders off.

They are found mainly in in open forests, woodlands, remnant bushland, parks and gardens.

The female lays about 2-4 eggs during the breeding season of June to December.

We saw them in the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney, Australia.

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