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The White-browed Scrubwren I met twice: first in Sydney and the second time in the Blue Mountains. Its look and expression in its eyes  are amazing. It lives in the bushes where searches for insects, fewer seeds. It occurs on the southern and eastern coast of Australia. It is about 13 centimeters long. Builds a nest of grass in rounded shape with a side tunnel entrance.

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Sericornis frontalis
Sericornis frontalis
Sericornis frontalis
Sericornis frontalis
Sericornis frontalis
Sericornis frontalis