Commonly seen in around Australia
The largest of the worlds pelican species.
Native to eastern and south eastern Australia.
One of Australia's largest Honeyeaters
Kookaburras hunt by perching on a convenient branch and wait for prey to pass by.
The Laughing Kookaburra is known for the cacophony of sounds mainly at dawn and dusk.
The bird starts with a low chuckle, which turns in to raucous laughter
Australian native the second largest bird (by height) in the world
Superb Fairy Wren
Says it all really!
New Holland Honeyeater
Common in south-eastern Australia
Found in woodlands and forests in south Australia
Known for their loud screeching
Rosellas can also be orange or yellow.
One of Australia's most talented songbirds
Mascot of several Australian sports teams.
Most common of the Australian Gull family
One of the smallest parrots in the world
The most common finch of Central Australia
Blue Faced Honeyeater
Gregarious and raucous.
The blue is actually an area of skin surrounding the eyes.
Ground-dweling bird has become rare in southern Australia due to predation.
Found throughout Australia and Tasmania
They can gather in large flocks, which can be destructive and regarded as pests.
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