Found singly, in pairs or loose flocks in a variety of
native grassland, especially perennial tussock grassland of tropics and inland.
Sometimes in introduced grasslands. Often noticed in song flights , hovering
and calling from high over its territory.
The Australian Bird Guide, Peter Menkhorst et al
|Classifications:||Bird, forest and grassland|
|Information sources:||Photo taken at Belmunda by Marlis Schoeb|