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Found from north Queensland to the North West Slopes of NSW and extending down to the Liverpool Plains and Dubbo. Today they are very rare in the southern parts of their range.
•Grassy woodlands and plains, preferring sandy areas and usually close to water. •Feed on the ground, on seeds of grasses, herbs and shrubs, as well as insects. •Nest on the ground.
Very timid & wary bird