I have seen a few of these fellows, and they are fellows the females are more brown than yellow, around the area. This is an Australasian Figbird which is found throughout wide range of wooded habitats in northern and eastern Australia, southern Papua New Guinea, and the Kai Islands in Indonesia.
This bird was in a mango tree in Port Douglas and was happily chirping away. Australasian Figbirds make a large number of different short calls, and are also able to mimic the voice of other birds.
This bird mainly eats fruit but will also eat insects and nector. Even though they tend to live in certain areas they will move around according to food needs.
The Australasian Figbirds form flocks outside breeding season and will often live in loose colonies during breeding season. They build a loose saucer like nest and both the male and female incubate the eggs. I have only seen solitary birds on my wanderings.
This fellow is a resident of the Cairns Wildlife Dome and enjoys flying around and making a racket.
I have previously done a post including this bird back here when I saw it earlier in the year in the area around where I live.
Wild Bird Wednesday