I've seen these cockatoos feeding around the botanic gardens, and we just got another one as a patient at the hospital.

I love these birds. Sulphur crested cockies visit my property often during summer. This photo of Sulphur-crested Cockatoo - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka (c) Bird Explorers

These starlings like to nest in my neighbours gutters, hehe.

Common Starling - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

Crested Pigeon - Doesn't look like the pigeons I'm used to! Really cool with the pink eye circle.

The Crested Pigeon is a stocky pigeon with a conspicuous thin black crest. Most…

Australian Pelican - So many of these beautiful birds swarmed the beach when we were fishing!

Australian Pelican - Photographer: J Fields Collection © Australian Museum

Noisy Miner - Noisy is right!

Noisy Miner -Scientific Name: Manorina melanocephala Featured bird groups:Honeyeaters

Rainbow Lorikeet - These ones are my favorite. Lots of them in the gumtrees!

Rainbow Lorikeet on fence - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

Superb Parrot - Just came in to the hospital. Strange since they are not native to SA.

Superb Parrot - Just came in to the hospital. Strange since they are not native to SA.

Magpies sing so beautifully! We've been seeing a lot of them at the hospital lately.

Australian Magpie - Photographer: R Major © Australian Museum

Australian White Ibis - There were lots of these funny vulture/heron birds in the parks in Sydney, they were pretty tame too.

The Australian White Ibis is identified by its almost entirely white body plumage and black head and neck. The head is featherless and its black bill is long and down-curved.

New Holland Honeyeater - This guy said hi to me at Ryan's old house.

New Holland Honeyeater at nest - Scientific Name: Phylidonyris novaehollandiae Featured bird groups: Honeyeaters


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