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  1. Fwin71

    Atherton scrubwren? Curtain fig tree, Queensland, Australia

    Hello there, I am a French birder and with my girlfriend, I travelled one month through Australia for birds. I would need your help for a few IDs over the next weeks. In this post, I am posting pictures of a scrubwren which to me behaved more like Atherton than large-billed scrubwren : indeed...
  2. Laughing kookaburra

    Laughing kookaburra

    Mimosa St 16°50'18.1"S 145°44'09.3"E in G-Maps
  3. Australian King Parrot (f)

    Australian King Parrot (f)

  4. Comb-crested Jacana (imm)

    Comb-crested Jacana (imm)

  5. Red-backed Kingfisher

    Red-backed Kingfisher

  6. Comb-crested Jacana

    Comb-crested Jacana

  7. Scarlet Honeyeater

    Scarlet Honeyeater

  8. Bar-shouldered Dove

    Bar-shouldered Dove

  9. Satin Bowerbird

    Satin Bowerbird

    In December 2014, I discovered this bower when a female was on a visit of his bower with her wings flapping fast in front of it. It was the flapping sound of her wings which I heard and it caught my attention. I was not sure what I was about to discover when I heard that sound. This was really...
  10. Sacred Kingfisher

    Sacred Kingfisher

  11. Victoria's Riflebirds

    Victoria's Riflebirds

    Two immature males showing off.
  12. Varied Lorikeet

    Varied Lorikeet

  13. Pied Butcherbird

    Pied Butcherbird

    There are two subspecies of the Pied Butcherbird and the dividing line is exactly where we saw this one! So no idea which one.
  14. Rainbow Lorikeet

    Rainbow Lorikeet

    This is the latest instrumental I've recorded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32ChEXxcHWg
  15. Nutmeg Mannikin

    Nutmeg Mannikin

    Introduced in the 1930s
  16. Masked Lapwing (Northern subspecies) (juv)

    Masked Lapwing (Northern subspecies) (juv)

  17. Purple-crowned Fairywren

    Purple-crowned Fairywren

  18. White-gaped Honeyeater

    White-gaped Honeyeater

  19. Brown Honeyeater

    Brown Honeyeater

    The plainest of our Honeyeaters
  20. White-cheeked Honeyeater

    White-cheeked Honeyeater

  21. Australasian Figbird (f)

    Australasian Figbird (f)

  22. Lewin's Honeyeater

    Lewin's Honeyeater

  23. Dusky Honeyeater

    Dusky Honeyeater

  24. Buff-breasted Paradise Kingfisher

    Buff-breasted Paradise Kingfisher

    Male with white tail missing
  25. Peaceful Dove

    Peaceful Dove

    I must confess to my shame that I have never noticed the brown markings on the legs until I posted this!!