White-browed Woodswallow Artamus superciliosus
White-browed Woodswallow, Cleland Wildlife Park, South Australia, September 2013 - click for larger image Cleland Wildlife Park, South Australia
September 2013

The White-browed Woodswallow is distributed throughout most of mainland Australia west of the Great Dividing Range but not in the York Peninsula. It is more common in the east than in the west. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found in open woodland, scrubland and farmland.

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