Genus Pomatostomus


Hall Babbler - Both its common and specific names commemorate Major Harold Wesley Hall, an Australian-born philanthropist who sponsored the British Museum's series of Harold Hall Australian Expeditions, which took place during the 1960s, and in the course of which the new babbler species was discovered.


New Guinea Babbler - The Papuan Babbler or New Guinea Babbler is a species of bird in the Pomatostomidae family. It is found in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.


Chestnut-crowned Babbler - A cooperatively breeding bird living in social groups ranging from three to approximately twenty birds. Usually one breeding female within the group but in large social groups that are beginning to fraction a subordinate female may also breed within the territory.


White-browed Babbler - Its natural habitat is Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation.

Grey-crowned Babbler - Two subspecies are recognised within Australia

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Pomatostomidae
Genus : Pomatostomus