Birds - Australian Native 1

Stock Photography By Paul Ross

Welcome to the world of Australian Birds. Intelligent and incredibly beautiful, these are a few examples and more will be added soon. Enjoy!

Rainbow Bee-eater - Merops ornatus
Rainbow Bee-eater - Merops
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Nutmeg Mannikin - Lonchura punctulata
Nutmeg Mannikin - Lonchura
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Double-barred Finch - Taeniopygia bichenovii
Double-barred Finch -
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Red-backed Fairy-wren - Malurus melanocephalus
Red-backed Fairy-wren - Malurus
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Tawny Frogmouth - Podargus strigoides
Tawny Frogmouth - Podargus
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Whistling Kite - Haliastur sphenurus
Whistling Kite - Haliastur
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Tawny Frogmouth dozing - Podargus strigoides
Tawny Frogmouth dozing -
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Tawny Frogmouth - Podargus strigoides
Tawny Frogmouth - Podargus
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Royal Spoonbill  - Platalea regia
Royal Spoonbill - Platalea
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Royal Spoonbill - Platalea regia
Royal Spoonbill - Platalea
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Barking Owl - Ninox connivens
Barking Owl - Ninox connivens
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Kookaburra (Blue winged) - Dacelo leachii
Kookaburra (Blue winged) -
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Forest Kingfisher feeding young in the nest - Todiramphus macleayii
Forest Kingfisher feeding young
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Forest Kingfisher - Todiramphus macleayii
Forest Kingfisher - Todiramphus
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Galah - immature - Cacatua roseicapilla
Galah - immature - Cacatua
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Mistletoe bird - female - Dicaeum hirundinaceum
Mistletoe bird - female -
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Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo - Calyptorhynchus banksii
Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo -
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Sacred Kingfisher perched on a branch - Todiramphus sanctus
Sacred Kingfisher perched on a
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Yellow-bellied Sunbird - female - Nectarinia jugularis
Yellow-bellied Sunbird - female
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Yellow-bellied Sunbird - male - Nectarinia jugularis
Yellow-bellied Sunbird - male -
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White-bellied Sea-Eagle - Haliaeetus leucogaster
White-bellied Sea-Eagle -
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Image Details for Birds - Australian Native 1

1. Rainbow Bee-eater - Merops ornatus . Known as the rainbow bird, it is widespread in open country and common to most of Australia.

2. Nutmeg Mannikin - Lonchura punctulata . Small, brown mannikin similarly seen as a caged or aviary bird.

3. Double-barred Finch - Taeniopygia bichenovii . Grass finch with owl-like facial pattern found around farmland, parks and gardens, northern and eastern Australia.

4. Red-backed Fairy-wren - Malurus melanocephalus. This breeding male of the species has varied habitat which can be open woodland and forest to swamps, spinifex and grassland.

5. Tawny Frogmouth - Podargus strigoides. Tawny Frogmouth - nocturnal, perches in a tree upright and motionless during the day resembling a broken tree branch.

6. Whistling Kite - Haliastur sphenurus. Widespread, mostly common across Australia and found mainly in open landscapes, woodland and coastal regions

7. Tawny Frogmouth dozing - Podargus strigoides . Well camouflaged nightjar-like bird, nocturnal. Inhabits forests, well treed land, suburban parks and gardens. Found Australia wide.

8. Tawny Frogmouth - Podargus strigoides . Large nightjar-like nocturnal bird which inhabits woodland, forests, suburban parks and gardens. It is found Australia-wide.

9. Royal Spoonbill - Platalea regia . Large white water bird, inhabits inland wetlands and coastal areas. Found around most of Australia except from central Western to Southern Australia.

10. Royal Spoonbill - Platalea regia . Large mostly white with distinctive feeding by sweeping beak from side to side through shallow water. Inhabits large areas of water, fresh or salt.

11. Barking Owl - Ninox connivens . Large and robust, nocturnal owl. Swift and silent hunter at night. Inhabits open forest, scrub and woodland. Also outer suburban gardens occassionally. Located Australia-wide.

12. Kookaburra (Blue winged) - Dacelo leachii . Blue-winged Kookaburra - Slightly smaller than laughing Kookaburra. The males tail is azure blue. Voice; harsh cackles and screeches.

13. Forest Kingfisher feeding young in the nest - Todiramphus macleayii . Forest Kingfisher feeding young in the nest which is an old termite nest on a tree branch.

14. Forest Kingfisher - Todiramphus macleayii . Forest Kingfisher found in open woodland and forests of north eastern Australia.

15. Galah - immature - Cacatua roseicapilla . Larger familiar cockatoo. Inhabits open treed country and grasslands, also crops. Usually located near water.

16. Mistletoe bird - female - Dicaeum hirundinaceum . Prime food source is mistletoe. Inhabits any vegetation where mistletoe is found.

17. Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo - Calyptorhynchus banksii . Mostly found inland. Male is black with red panels in the tail best seen when flying. Female (pictured) have yellow speckling and orange/yellow tail panels.

18. Sacred Kingfisher perched on a branch - Todiramphus sanctus . Distinguished by buff coloured patches on forehead. Sacred Kingfisher is located over most of Australia except the arid central areas.

19. Yellow-bellied Sunbird - female - Nectarinia jugularis . All yellow, nectar eating Sunbird, with long down-curved beak. Located north eastern coast of Queensland.

20. Yellow-bellied Sunbird - male - Nectarinia jugularis . Small nectar eater with extremely long down-curved beak. Located north eastern coastal area of Queensland.

21. White-bellied Sea-Eagle - Haliaeetus leucogaster . Very large pale eagle, glides low before dropping onto fish.

 

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