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Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus funereus) Other names: Funeral Cockatoo, Wylah
Occurring in family groups of up to fourty individuals. Yellow-tailed Black- Cockatoos feed on insect larvae and seeds, mainly in Eucalypt forests. Images, taken on the NSW Mid-north Coast, show the larger female cockatoo up to 700 mm in height. Distribution: Tasmania and mainland East-Coast to S QLD.
(1) Australian Magpie Gymnorhina tibicien Selection
(2) Australian Magpie Gymnorhina tibicien
(3) Australian Magpie 2 Gymnorhina tibicien
(4) Noisy Friarbird Philemon corniculatus
(5) Noisy Friarbird 2 Philemon corniculatus

Australian Magpie Selection
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Australian Magpie Gymnorhina tibicien
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Australian Magpie Gymnorhina tibicien 2
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Noisy Friarbird Philemon corniculatus
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Philemon corniculatus Noisy Friarbird
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(1) Noisy Minor Manorina melancephala
(2) Olive-backed Oriole
(3) Peaceful Pigeon
(4) Australian Pelican Selection on white
(5) Selection Group

Noisy Minor Manorina melancephala
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Olive-backed Oriole
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Peaceful Pigeon
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Pelican Group
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Pelican selection
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(1) Pheasant Coucal Centropus phasianinus
(2) Rainbow Lorikeet 1 Trichoglossus haematodus
(3) Rainbow Lorikeet 2 Trichoglossus haematodus
(4) Rainbow Lorikeet 3 Trichoglossus haematodus
(5) Rainbow Lorikeet 4 Trichoglossus haematodus In Flight

Noisy Minor Manorina melancephala
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Rainbow Lorikeet Trichoglossus haematodus
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Rainbow Lorikeet Trichoglossus haematodus 2
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Rainbow Lorikeet Trichoglossus haematodus feeding
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Rainbow Lorikeet Trichoglossus haematodus in flight
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(1) Red-browed Finch Neochmia temporalis
(2) Red-browed Finch 2 Neochmia temporalis
(3) Red-browed Finch 3 Neochmia temporalis Group
(4) Pale Yellow Robin Tregellasia capito
(5) Rose Robin Petroica rosea

Neochmia temporalis Red-browed Finch
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Neochmia temporalis Red-browed Finch in flight
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Red-browed Finches Group
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Pale Yellow Robin Tregellasia capito
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Rose Robin Petroica rosea
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(1) Sacred Ibis Threskiornis aethiopicus
(2) Sacred Ibis Threskiornis aethiopicus
(3) Scarlet Honeyeater Myzomela sanguiolenta
(4) Scarlet Honeyeater 2 Myzomela sanguiolenta
(5) Seagulls on beach

Threskiornis aethiopicus Sacred Ibis group
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Threskiornis aethiopicus Sacred Ibis
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Scarlet Honeyeater Myzomela sanguiolenta
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Myzomela sanguiolenta Scarlet Honeyeater
(4)
Seagulls on beach
(5)

(1) Spangled Drongo Dicrurus bracteatus
(2) Grey Fantail Rhipidura fuliginosa
(3) Australian Eastern Spinebill 1 Acamthorhynchus tenuirostris on white background
(4) Eastern Spinebill 2 Acamthorhynchus tenuirostrison tranparent background
(5) Eastern Spinebill 3 Acamthorhynchus tenuirostris

Spangled Drongo Dicrurus bracteatus
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Rhipidura fuliginos Grey Fantail
(2)
Acamthorhynchus tenuirostris Eastern Spinebill
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Acamthorhynchus tenuirostris
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Australian Eastern Spinebill Acamthorhynchus tenuirostris
(5)

Superb Blue Fairy-wren

Superb Blue Fairy-wren (Malurus cyaneus) Other names: Blue Bonnet, Fairy Wren. These small birds are up to 120 mm in size and only older males show the iridescent blue plumage. Females are identified by orange-brown ring around eye area. They live in close knit family groups all year round and are very common over Tasmania, SE Australia to southern QLD
(1) Superb Blue Fairy-wren Male Malurus cyaneus on blue background
(2) Superb Blue Fairy-wren Malurus cyaneus on transparent background
(3) Superb Blue Fairy-wren Male Malurus cyaneus on white background
(4) Superb Blue Fairy-wren Female Malurus cyaneus on white background
(5) Superb Blue Fairy-wren Female Malurus cyaneus on black background

Superb Blue Fairy-wren Malurus cyaneus male
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Malurus cyaneus male Superb Blue Fairy-wren
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Superb Blue Fairy-wren
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Malurus cyaneus female
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Malurus cyaneus female 2
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(1) Superb Blue Fairy-wren Male Malurus cyaneus Posing
(2) Superb Blue Fairy-wren Male Malurus cyaneus Detail
(3) Australian Thornbill Acanthiza reguloides
(4) Thornbill Acanthiza reguloides white background
(5) Thornbill Acanthiza reguloides transparent background

Superb Blue Fairy-wren male
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Malurus cyaneus male Superb Blue Fairy-wren
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Acanthiza reguloides Thornbill
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Acanthiza reguloides Varied Thornbill
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Varied Thornbill Acanthiza reguloides
(5)

(1) White-throated Treecreeper Cormobates leucaphaea
(2) White-throated Treecreeper 2 Cormobates leucaphaea
(3) Wedge-tailed Eagle Aquila audax
(4) Wedge-tailed Eagle 2 Aquila audax In Flight
(5) Willie Wagtail Rhipidura leucophrys

White-throated Treecreeper Cormobates leucaphaea
(1)
Cormobates leucaphaea White-throated Treecreeper
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Aquila audax Wedge-tailed Eagle
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Aquila audax Wedge-tailed Eagle 2
(4)
Willie Wagtail Rhipidura leucophrys
(5)

Wompoo Fruit Dove (Ptilinopus magnificus) Other names: Wompoo Pigeon, Magnificent Fruit-Dove || Named after their distinctive loud call these Fruit-Doves roost and nest in tall rainforest trees. Images shown are of the now rare southern race due to clearing of subtropical rainforest and hunting. (Wompoo Fruit-Doves are protected) They can reach a size of 500 mm including tail. Distribution: Northern NSW to North QLD.

(1) Wompoo Pigeon 1 Ptilinopus magnificus
(2) Wompoo Pigeon 2 Ptilinopus magnificus
(3) Wompoo Pigeon 3 Ptilinopus magnificus
(4) Wompoo Pigeon 4 Ptilinopus magnificus on white background
(5) Wompoo Pigeon 5 Ptilinopus magnificus on transparent background

Wompoo Pigeon Ptilinopus magnificus
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Wompoo Fruit Dove Ptilinopus magnificus
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Ptilinopus magnificus
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Wompoo Pigeon Ptilinopus magnificus
(4)
Ptilinopus magnificus on black background
(5)