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Birds of the Strathbogie Tableland

In recent years, 158 species of bird have been recorded from the Strathbogie Tableland area, in the Eastern Strathbogie Ranges. The bird fauna has been divided into 17 groups of similar and related species – below.

Parrots and Cockatoos

  1. Australian King-Parrot
  2. Blue-winged Parrot
  3. Cockatiel
  4. Crimson Rosella
  5. Eastern Rosella
  6. Galah
  7. Gang-gang Cockatoo
  8. Little Lorrikeet
  9. Long-billed Corella
  10. Musk Lorrikeet
  11. Peaceful Dove
  12. Purple-crowned Lorrikeet
  13. Red-rumped Parrot
  14. White Cockatoo
  15. Yellow-tailed Black-cockatoo

Larger Black,Grey and Pied Birds

  1. Australian Magpie
  2. Australian Raven
  3. Dollarbird
  4. Grey Butcherbird
  5. Grey Currawong
  6. Little Raven
  7. Pied Currawong
  8. White-winged Chough
  9. White-winged Triller

Singing Birds

  1. Brown Songlark
  2. Common Blackbird
  3. Golden Whistler
  4. Grey Shrike-thrush
  5. Rufous Songlark
  6. Rufous Whistler
  7. Singing Bushlark

Birds of the Paddock & Open Spaces

  1. Common Starling
  2. Goldfinch
  3. House Sparrow
  4. Little Button-Quail
  5. Magpie-lark
  6. Masked Lapwing
  7. Painted Button-quail
  8. Rainbow Bee-eater
  9. Red-browed Finch
  10. Richard’s Pipit
  11. Skylark
  12. Stubble Quail
  13. White-fronted Chat
  14. Willie Wagtail
  15. Yellow-rumped Thornbill

Small Birds of the Tree Canopy

  1. Crested Shrike-tit
  2. Little Lorrikeet
  3. Mistletoebird
  4. Musk Lorrikeet
  5. Purple-crowned Lorikeet
  6. Silvereye
  7. Spotted Pardalote
  8. Striated Pardalote
  9. Striated Thornbill
  10. Varied Sittella
  11. White-throated Gerygone

Small Birds Lower Down

  1. Brown Thornbill
  2. Brown Treecreeper
  3. Buff-rumped Thornbill
  4. Red-browed Treecreeper
  5. Superb Fairy Wren
  6. White-browed Scrubwren
  7. White-throated Treecreeper

Other Forest Birds

  1. Bassian Thrush
  2. Cicadabird
  3. Eastern Whipbird
  4. Olive-backed Oriole
  5. Satin Bowerbird
  6. Speckled Warbler

Kingfishers

  1. Laughing Kookaburra
  2. Sacred Kingfisher

Flycatchers and Fantails

  1. Jacky Winter
  2. Leaden Flycatcher
  3. Restless Flycatcher
  4. Satin Flycatcher

Robins

  1. Flame Robin
  2. Pink Robin
  3. Red-capped Robin
  4. Scarlet Robin
  5. Yellow Robin

Honeyeaters

  1. Brown-headed Honeyeater
  2. Eastern Spinebill
  3. Noisy Friarbird
  4. Red Wattlebird
  5. White-eared Honeyeater
  6. White-naped Honeyeater
  7. White-plumed Honeyeater
  8. Yellow-faced Honeyeater
  9. Yellow-tufted Honeyeater

Swallows, Martins & Swifts

  1. Dusky Woodswallow
  2. Fairy Martin
  3. Grey Fantail
  4. Tree Martin
  5. Welcome Swallow
  6. White-browed Woodswallow
  7. White-throated Needletail

Cuckoos

  1. Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike
  2. Brush Cuckoo
  3. Fan-tailed Cuckoo
  4. Horsefield’s Bronze-cuckoo
  5. Pallid Cuckoo
  6. Shining Bronze-cuckoo

Birds of the Night

  1. Barking Owl
  2. Barn Owl
  3. Owlet-nightjar
  4. Powerful Owl
  5. Southern Boobook
  6. Tawny Frogmouth

Birds of Prey (Raptors)

  1. Black Kite
  2. Black-shouldered Kite
  3. Brown Falcon
  4. Brown Goshawk
  5. Collared Sparrowhawk
  6. Grey Goshawk
  7. Little Eagle
  8. Marsh Harrier
  9. Nankeen Kestrel
  10. Peregrine Falcon
  11. Spotted Harrier
  12. Wedge-tailed Eagle
  13. Whistling Kite

Birds in and around Dams & Wetlands

  1. Australasian Shoveler
  2. Australian Grebe
  3. Australian Pelican
  4. Australian Shelduck
  5. Australian Wood duck
  6. Banded Lapwing
  7. Black Duck
  8. Black Swan
  9. Black-fronted Plover
  10. Darter
  11. Dusky Moorhen
  12. Eurasian Coot
  13. Golden-headed Cisticola
  14. Great Cormorant
  15. Great Egret
  16. Grey Teal
  17. Hardhead
  18. Hoary-headed Grebe
  19. Latham’s Snipe
  20. Lewin’s Rail
  21. Little Black Cormorant
  22. Little Pied Cormorant
  23. Purple Swamphen
  24. Reed Warbler
  25. Royal Spoonbill
  26. Rufous Night Heron
  27. Sacred Ibis
  28. Straw-necked Ibis
  29. White-faced Heron
  30. White-necked Heron
  31. Yellow-billed Spoonbill

Pigeons

  1. Brush Bronzewing
  2. Common Bronzewing
  3. Crested Pigeon
  4. Peaceful Dove
  5. Wonga Pigeon

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