(656) 11 cm; 9 g
Alike. Overall pale appearance with grey upperparts and whitish
underparts. Longer bill and whitish (not buff) underparts
distinguish it from Grey Penduline-Tit. Extent of narrow chestnut
lower throat band variable, and usually absent in winter months.
Lacks chestnut cheeks and collar.
Fairly common resident in suitable habitat. Sedentary and in pairs
or groups of 4-6.
Favours ﬁne-leaved Acacia woodland.
Insects. Recorded feeding on aloe nectar.
Very high-pitched and rapid twee-twip-ti-ti-ti-ti—ti—ti...
Monogamous. Thin-walled cup nest placed in upper foliage of Acacia
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