New Holland Honeyeater | BirdLife Australia

New Holland Honeyeater

Red Wattlebird | BirdLife Australia

Wattle bird - loves to attack cats and apparently other birds. I prefer to watch them attack cats.

Galah | BirdLife Australia

The Galah can be easily identified by its rose-pink head, neck and underparts, with paler pink crown, and grey back, wings and undertail. Birds from

Rufous Whistler (Pachycephala rufiventris)

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♥ Rufous Whistler ~ Pachycephala rufiventris

♥ Rufous Whistler ~ Pachycephala rufiventris

Australian Magpie | BirdLife Australia

Love listening to babies learning to squeak

Silvereye

The Silvereye is a small bird with a conspicuous ring of white feathers around the eye, and belongs to a group of birds known as white-eyes.

Tawny Frogmouth -- These nocturnal birds are inoffensive and unobtrusive, and they occur almost anywhere there are trees — even in suburban parks and gardens, and they often roost in street trees.

The general plumage of the Tawny Frogmouth is silver-grey, slightly paler below, streaked and mottled with black and rufous. A second plumage phase

Rainbow Lorikeet | Birdlife Australia

New Disease hits Rainbow Lorikeets (caused by hand feeding wild birds) Rainbow Lorikeet by Glenn Ehmke

Rufous Whistler | BirdLife Australia

The Rufous Whistler is a stocky bird with a large head, short stubby bill and a narrow, relatively long tail with a square or slightly forked tip.


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Tawny Frogmouth -- When a roosting Tawny Frogmouth is discovered, it usually adopts a cryptic posture which makes it resemble a broken-off branch: it perches stiffly, sleeking its plumage and orientating its tail along the branch, and narrowing its eyes to slits. In addition, its plumage, a blend of spots, blotches and streaks of grey, brown, black and tawny, blends in almost perfectly with its surroundings.

Tawny Frogmouth -- These nocturnal birds are inoffensive and unobtrusive, and they occur almost anywhere there are trees — even in suburban parks and gardens, and they often roost in street trees.

Phylidonyris novaehollandiae, at nest.  Photographer:     Norman Chaffer Rights:     © Australian Museum Common name:     New Holland Honeyeater

Phylidonyris novaehollandiae, at nest. Photographer: Norman Chaffer Rights: © Australian Museum Common name: New Holland Honeyeater

Daddy-long-legs Spider

Daddy-long-legs Spider

Southern Boobook | BirdLife Australia

The Southern Boobook is the smallest and most common owl in Australia.

Motorbike Frog at Yanchep...links to the sound it makes...aptly named!

Motorbike Frog at Yanchep.links to the sound it makes.aptly named!

Australian Raven | BirdLife Australia

Australian Ravens are black with white eyes in adults. The feathers on the throat (hackles) are longer than in other species, and a bird tends to

Brown Honeyeater | BirdLife Australia

The Brown Honeyeater is a medium-small pale grey-brown honeyeater with a distinctive yellow tuft behind its eye.

Baudin's Cockatoo - female

Baudin's Cockatoo - female

Portuguese millipede

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Red banded seed eating bug

Red banded seed eating bug

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