White-throated Gerygone

(Gerygone albogularis)
Daniel McKeon

Best Times/ Seasons

Spring to summer months.


The White-throated Gerygone is found in open Eucalypt woodlands and forests. They will be found close to creeks, rivers and wetlands with densely planted vegetation.


The White-throated Gerygone feeds in trees on insects, beetles, flies and other arthropods.

Other Information

The White-throated Gerygone is a distinctive brown bird with a white throat and yellow underparts. They are quiet small and have a distinctive call that can normally be heard during breeding. The White-throated Gerygone mates for life.


Last updated : Thu 27 Jun 2019