Rock Warbler (Origma solitaria)

The Rock Warbler is brown bird, cinnamon in front, rufous underneath with a greyish throat.

It lays up to 3 white eggs in a bulbous nest of barks, grasses, root fibres, moss and cobwebs, suspended by a cobweb from an overhang, cave ceiling or similar.

The Rock Warbler is restricted to the Hawkesbury sandstone and adjacent limestone regions of eastern NSW.

The Rock Warbler is a very confident bird, able to cling to vertical rock surfaces of the cliffs, caves and gullies it inhabits.

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Family: Acanthizidae
Genus: Origma
Species: solitaria
Last Updated: 29-12-2018