SCIENTIFIC NAME: Gerygone mouki
The Brown Gerygone previously known as the Brown Warbler is a small passerine bird native to eastern coastal Australia.
The upper parts of the Brown Gerygone is a deep olive-gray or olive-brown, while its face and underparts are a much paler gray, cream, or washed-out brown. Tail feathers are dark and maybe white-tipped.
It is approximately 3.94 inches in length.
Their call is a soft "what-is-it".
It feeds on insects.
Coastal and mountain rainforest, wet gullies and mangroves.
Found along the east coast of Australia, north from Tully, Queensland at altitudes above 250 meters.
Their nest is a rounded dome with a tapering 'tail' from roots, plant fibers, spider web, moss and lichens, which is suspended from a low branch or vine. Both parents feed the young.