Description The Tasmanian Thornbill is a greyish brown bird found only in Tasmania where it is a common species. The adult is mainly light brown with greyish streaked throat breast. Males and females are similar in colour. The underside of the tail is white. It is similar in appearance to the Brown Thornbill which lacks the white underside to the tail.
Habitat rainforest, eucalypt forest, woodland
Food small insects
Breeding The nest is dome shaped made of bark and moss. The females lays three or four white eggs with pinking speckling.