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The Brown Gerygone, pronounced ‘jer-ig-on-nee’, is a small grey-brown bird that inhabits wet gullies in the foothills of the eastern seaboard of Australia. Often, they are first detected by their insect-like and incessant ‘which-is-it, which-is-it…’ call.
|Credit: Atlas of Living Australia|
They fall into the ‘LBB’ or ‘Little Brown Bird’ category and are easily confused with Brown Thornbills and perhaps White-browed Scrubwrens.