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Late in the wet season, this species finds hollows for nesting to raise their young, preferring those formed by termites in northern white gum and salmon gum trees near water. The female lays four or more eggs and both parents are involved in raising the chicks. Three clutches of eggs can be laid in a season. They usually breed in the second part of the rainy season because there is plenty of grass seed and insects to eat.