Pachycephala rufiventris falcata
The Rufous Whistler is a "stocky bird with a large head, short stubby bill and a narrow, relatively long tail with a square or slightly forked tip. The sexes differ, with the male dark-grey above with a white throat, black breast and a reddish underbody. Many males also have a black face mask (except in northern subspecies [i.e. this one]). (Birdlife Australia)
Flitting about in this Gum Tree near the Prison Boab Tree.
This little guy was spotted by my mum first as he flew over to this tree.
Lat: -17.35, Long: 123.67
Spotted on Dec 1, 2017
Submitted on Feb 11, 2018