This species was my primary target for our trip away. We'd never been to Pigeon House Mountain before, and I knew Rockwarblers lived on the sandstone outcrops surrounding Pigeon House and on the track up there. I was very pleased to find this bird, relatively close to the carpark - it was calling quite a bit, and pretty well in full breeding mode. I'd seen them in other locations before, but never been able to get a photograph.
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