Urban

These are some common birds you will see in an urban setting.

Click on the images for more information about each bird:

Noisy Miner
Photo by Greg Nye [CC BY-NC-SA]
Australian Magpie
Photo by Sandra Gallienne [Used with permission]
Torresian Crow
Photo by Elissa Kimber [Used with permission]
Blue-faced Honeyeater
Photo by Greg Nye CC BY-NC-SA
Superb Fairy-wren
Photo by Sandra Gallienne [Used with permission]
Australasian Figbird
Photo by Greg Nye [CC BY-NC-SA]
Magpie-lark
Photo by Greg Nye [CC BY-NC-SA]
Willie Wagtail
Photo by Melissa Humphris [Used with permission]
Laughing Kookaburra
Photo by Greg Nye [CC BY-NC-SA]
Welcome Swallow
Photo by Greg Nye [CC BY-NC-SA]
Rainbow Lorikeet
Photo by Greg Nye [CC BY-NC-SA]
Grey Butcherbird
Photo by Greg Nye [CC BY-NC-SA]
Crested Pigeon
Photo by Neil Humphris [CC BY-NC-SA]
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo
Photo by Neil Humphris [CC BY-NC-SA]
Pied Currawong
Photo by Sandra Gallienne [Used with permission]
Australian White Ibis
Photo by Neil Humphris [CC BY-NC-SA]
Australian Brush-turkey
Photo by Neil Humphris [CC BY-NC-SA]
Australian Wood Duck
Photo by Neil Humphris [CC BY-NC-SA]
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