Aegina Numberwing (Callicore aegina). Peak activity takes place mid-morning. At this time males dash about in circles, occasionally settling momentarily to imbibe mineralised moisture from rocks or road surfaces. These bouts of frenetic activity are interspersed with periods of several minutes at a time when they retire to rest in tree tops. After satisfying themselves that no danger is present, they descend again, and once settled will remain stationary for several minutes.