The Mountain Thornbill is endemic to the Wet
It is restricted to upland rainforests, where
it forages about the foliage of trees and shrubs.
The drab northern counterpart of the Brown
Thornbill, its calls and behaviour are similar.
The Mountain Thornbill was earlier regarded as a subspecies of the Brown
Its breeding season is from August to February / March. The nest, a compact dome
· It is moderately common round
Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge but is most
Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodges