The first indication that a Pink Robin is nearby is often its characteristic call of tik, tik, tik. Because the robin often inhabits dense habitats, the calling bird may remain out of sight. They breed in dark, densely vegetated gullies in moist eucalypt forests or cool temperate rainforests, where they build their nests at the end of a moss-covered branches of trees or shrubs. After breeding has finished, they move to drier, more open habitats, where they continue to inhabit dense shrubby undergrowth.

Pink Robin

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