Grey Teal, scientific name Anas gracilis is a dabbling duck present in open wetlands in Australia and New Zealand. Grey Teal may be recognized as a result of the presence of a crimson-colored iris... Read More ⟶
The Australian wood duck, the scientific name Chenonetta jubata is a medium-sized, light-colored duck with a darkish head, a characteristic high-tailed posture on water, and an erect posture on... Read More ⟶
The Australian shelduck, scientific name Tadorna tadornoides, also called the Chestnut-breasted shelduck or mountain duck is a shelduck a part of the bird family Anatidae.
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The pink-eared duck, scientific name Malacorhynchus membranaceus is a species of duck present in Australia. It has a big spatulate bill just like the Australasian shoveler, however is smaller at... Read More ⟶
On the southeastern coastal plain, the Tricolored Heron, scientific name Egretta tricolor is a characteristic bird of quiet shallow waters.
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The green heron, scientific name Butorides virescens is a small heron of North and Central America. Butorides is from Middle English butor "bittern" and Ancient Greek -oides, "resembling", and... Read More ⟶
The Pallid Cuckoo, scientific name Cacomantis pallidus is probably the most extensively distributed of the cuckoos and is discovered all through Australia.
Pallid Cuckoo Profile
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The red wattlebird, scientific name Anthochaera carunculata is a passerine bird native to southern Australia. At 33–37 cm (13–14 1⁄2 in) in size, it's the second-largest species of Australian... Read More ⟶
The magpie lark, scientific name Grallina cyanoleuca, also called the peewee, peewit, or mudlark, is a passerine bird native to Australia, Timor, and southern New Guinea.
Magpie lark Profile
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The pied currawong, scientific name Strepera graculina is a medium-sized black passerine bird native to eastern Australia and Lord Howe Island. One of three currawong species within the genus... Read More ⟶