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Australian Birds In Brief

Bird Names 14/01/2020

Australia located in south hemisphere of the earth, southern of Indonesia. The continent is mostly semi arid or desert environment, but tropical rainforests and alpine heaths exists too, make this country having thousands diversity. This isolated continent has endemic biota like mammals (kangaroo, koala, and wombat), fish, reptiles and birds.

Australian birds are unique, consists of about 800 species, from the small Weebill to the big flightless Emu. The birds look familiar to tourist from northern hemisphere like China, Europe or America, for example the Australian wrens and robins. Wikipedia classified the bird into six categories. Old endemic Australian birds consist of emu, cassowaries, and parrot group; these birds also can be found in eastern Indonesia archipelago like Papua. The second group is the corvid radiation, peculiar Australasia passerines, said comes from corvid ancestors, for example wrens, magpies, pardalotes, bird of paradise, and robins.

Third group is named the Eurasian colonists, including swallows, larks, sunbird, raptors, and plovers. Human also brings birds to the continent, from Europe or other country, like European Goldfinch, common starling, blackbird, tree and house sparrows. This continent is also a good destination for migratory shorebirds, like waders which comes from Asia and Alaska. The last group is the sea birds, consists of large group of albatrosses, gulls, cormorants, petrels and many other.

Beautiful Australian Birds

The most beautiful Australian bird is the bird of paradise. It can be found around New Guinea. This bird’s beauty comes from the feather; long, elaborated, and extends from its beak, head, or wings. The beautiful color blessed to the male, attract female in mating season and displaying its feather means of fighting other male. This bird also found in Papua, and the beautiful bird often made as fashion or accessory.

Lorikeets are beautiful too. Rainbow lorikeet can be found in Nelson Bay, New South Wales. Included in parrot family, this Australian birds eats nectar and soft fruits.

Next is the Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo, or also known as Pink Cockatoo. Having pink and white feather, these Australian birds have unique feather on the head like a crown, but it will lost and they get bald when they gets old.

Galah is one of beautiful Australian birds. It is endemic, only found in Australia and Tasmania. The feather is pink and grey; make them easy to be seen in the bush and urban areas. The beauty shown when they adult; juvenile galahs are grey and looks boring.

Australian Birds A-Z List

Abbotts Booby (Scientific name is Papasula abbotti)
Adelie Penguin (Scientific name is Pygoscelis adeliae)
Albert’s Lyrebird (Scientific name is Menura alberti)
Antarctic Petrel (Scientific name is Thalassoica antarctica)
Antarctic Prion (Scientific name is Pachyptila desolata)
Antarctic Tern (Scientific name is Sterna vittata)
Apostlebird (Scientific name is Struthidea cinerea)
Arctic Jaeger (Scientific name is Stercorarius parasiticus)
Arctic Tern (Scientific name is Sterna paradisaea)
Arctic Warbler (Scientific name is Phylloscopus borealis)
Asian Dowitcher (Scientific name is Limnodromus semipalmatus)
Asian Koel (Scientific name is Eudynamys scolopacea)
Atherton Scrubwren (Scientific name is Sericornis keri)
Audubons Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus lherminieri)
Australasian Bittern (Scientific name is Botaurus poiciloptilus)
Australasian Figbird (Scientific name is Sphecotheres vieilloti)
Australasian Grebe (Scientific name is Tachybaptus novaehollandiae)
Australasian Pipit (Scientific name is Anthus novaeseelandiae)
Australasian Shoveler (Scientific name is Anas rhynchotis)
Australian Brush-turkey (Scientific name is Alectura lathami)
Australian Bustard (Scientific name is Ardeotis australis)
Australian Gannet (Scientific name is Morus serrator)
Australian Hobby (Scientific name is Falco longipennis)
Australian Magpie (Scientific name is Gymnorhina tibicen)
Australian Owlet-nightjar (Scientific name is Aegotheles cristatus)
Australian Pelican (Scientific name is Pelecanus conspicillatus)
Australian Pratincole (Scientific name is Stiltia isabella)
Australian Raven (Scientific name is Corvus coronoides)
Australian Reed-Warbler (Scientific name is Acrocephalus australis)
Australian Shelduck (Scientific name is Tadorna tadornoides)
Australian Spotted Crake (Scientific name is Porzana fluminea)
Australian White Ibis (Scientific name is Threskiornis molucca)
Australian Wood Duck (Scientific name is Chenonetta jubata)
Azure Kingfisher (Scientific name is Alcedo azurea)
Baillons Crake (Scientific name is Porzana pusilla)
Baird’s Sandpiper (Scientific name is Calidris bairdii)
Banded Lapwing (Scientific name is Vanellus tricolor)
Banded Stilt (Scientific name is Himantopus leucocephalus)
Bar-breasted Honeyeater (Scientific name is Ramsayornis fasciatus)
Bar-shouldered Dove (Scientific name is Geopelia humeralis)
Bar-tailed Godwit (Scientific name is Limosa lapponica)
Barking Owl (Scientific name is Ninox connivens)
Barn Owl (Scientific name is Tyto alba)
Barn Swallow (Scientific name is Hirundo rustica)
Barred Cuckoo-shrike (Scientific name is Coracina lineata)
Bassian Thrush (Scientific name is Zoothera lunulata)
Beach Stone-curlew (Scientific name is Esacus neglectus)
Beautiful Firetail (Scientific name is Stagonopleura bella)
Bell Miner (Scientific name is Manorina melanophrys)
Black Bittern (Scientific name is Ixobrychus flavicollis)
Black Butcherbird (Scientific name is Cracticus quoyi)
Black Currawong (Scientific name is Strepera fuliginosa)
Black Falcon (Scientific name is Falco subniger)
Black Honeyeater (Scientific name is Certhionyx niger)
Black Kite (Scientific name is Milvus migrans)
Black Petrel (Scientific name is Procellaria parkinsoni)
Black Swan (Scientific name is Cygnus atratus)
Black Tern (Scientific name is Chlidonias niger)
Black-backed Butcherbird (Scientific name is Cracticus mentalis)
Black-backed Wagtail (Scientific name is Motacilla lugens)
Black-breasted Button-quail (Scientific name is Turnix melanogaster)
Black-breasted Kite (Scientific name is Hamirostra melanosternon)
Black-browed Albatross (Scientific name is Thalassarche melanophris)
Black-chinned Honeyeater (Scientific name is Melithreptus gularis)
Black-crowned Night Heron (Scientific name is Nycticorax nycticorax)
Black-eared Cuckoo (Scientific name is Chrysococcyx osculans)
Black-faced Cormorant (Scientific name is Phalacrocorax fuscescens)
Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike (Scientific name is Coracina novaehollandiae)
Black-faced Woodswallow (Scientific name is Artamus cinereus)
Black-fronted Dotterel (Scientific name is Elseyornis melanops)
Black-headed Gull (Scientific name is Larus ridibundus)
Black-headed Honeyeater (Scientific name is Melithreptus affinis)
Black-naped Tern (Scientific name is Sterna sumatrana)
Black-shouldered Kite (Scientific name is Elanus axillaris)
Black-tailed Godwit (Scientific name is Limosa limosa)
Black-tailed Gull (Scientific name is Larus crassirostris)
Black-tailed Native-hen (Scientific name is Gallinula ventralis)
Black-throated Finch (Scientific name is Poephila cincta)
Black-winged Currawong (Scientific name is Strepera versicolor melanoptera)
Black-winged Stilt (Scientific name is Himantopus himantopus)
Blue Bonnet (Scientific name is Northiella haematogaster)
Blue Petrel (Scientific name is Halobaena caerulea)
Blue Rock-Thrush (Scientific name is Monticola solitarius)
Blue-and-white Flycatcher (Scientific name is Cyanoptila cyanomelana)
Blue-billed Duck (Scientific name is Oxyura australis)
Blue-faced Honeyeater (Scientific name is Entomyzon cyanotis)
Blue-faced Parrot-Finch (Scientific name is Erythrura trichroa)
Blue-winged Kookaburra (Scientific name is Dacelo leachii)
Blue-winged Parrot (Scientific name is Neophema chrysostoma)
Blue-winged Pitta (Scientific name is Pitta moluccensis)
Boobook Owl (Scientific name is Ninox novaeseelandiae)
Bourke’s Parrot (Scientific name is Neopsephotus bourkii)
Bower’s Shrike-thrush (Scientific name is Colluricincla boweri)
Brahminy Kite (Scientific name is Haliastur indus)
Bridled Tern (Scientific name is Sterna anaethetus)
Broad-billed Flycatcher (Scientific name is Myiagra ruficollis)
Broad-billed Sandpiper (Scientific name is Limicola falcinellus)
Brolga (Scientific name is Grus rubicunda)
Brown Booby (Scientific name is Sula leucogaster)
Brown Cuckoo-Dove (Scientific name is Macropygia amboinensis)
Brown Falcon (Scientific name is Falco berigora)
Brown Gerygone (Scientific name is Gerygone mouki)
Brown Goshawk (Scientific name is Accipiter fasciatus)
Brown Hawk-Owl (Scientific name is Ninox scutulata)
Brown Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichmera indistincta)
Brown Skua (Scientific name is Stercorarius antarcticus)
Brown Songlark (Scientific name is Cincloramphus cruralis)
Brown Thornbill (Scientific name is Acanthiza pusilla)
Brown Treecreeper (Scientific name is Climacteris picumnus)
Brown-backed Honeyeater (Scientific name is Ramsayornis modestus)
Brush Bronzewing (Scientific name is Phaps elegans)
Brush Cuckoo (Scientific name is Cacomantis variolosus)
Budgerigar (Scientific name is Melopsittacus undulatus)
Buff-banded Rail (Scientific name is Gallirallus philippensis)
Buff-rumped Thornbill (Scientific name is Acanthiza reguloides)
Buffy Fish-Owl (Scientific name is Ketupa ketupu)
Bullers Albatross (Scientific name is Thalassarche bulleri)
Bullers Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus bulleri)
Bulwer’s Petrel (Scientific name is Bulweria bulwerii)
Bush Stone-curlew (Scientific name is Burhinus grallarius)
Bush-hen (Scientific name is Amaurornis moluccana)
California Quail (Scientific name is Callipepla californica)
Canada Goose (Scientific name is Branta canadensis)
Cape Barren Goose (Scientific name is Cereopsis novaehollandiae)
Cape Gannet (Scientific name is Morus capensis)
Cape Petrel (Scientific name is Daption capense)
Caspian Tern (Scientific name is Sterna caspia)
Cassowary (Scientific name is Casuarius casuarius)
Cattle Egret (Scientific name is Ardea ibis)
Channel-billed Cuckoo (Scientific name is Scythrops novaehollandiae)
Chestnut Quail-thrush (Scientific name is Cinclosoma castanotus)
Chestnut Teal (Scientific name is Anas castanea)
Chestnut-breasted Cuckoo (Scientific name is Cacomantis castaneiventris)
Chestnut-breasted Mannikin (Scientific name is Lonchura castaneothorax)
Chestnut-breasted Quail-thrush (Scientific name is Cinclosoma castaneothorax)
Chestnut-breasted Whiteface (Scientific name is Aphelocephala pectoralis)
Chestnut-crowned Babbler (Scientific name is Pomatostomus ruficeps)
Chiming Wedgebill (Scientific name is Psophodes occidentalis)
Chinstrap Penguin (Scientific name is Pygoscelis antarcticus)
Cicadabird (Scientific name is Coracina tenuirostris)
Citrine Wagtail (Scientific name is Motacilla citreola)
Clamorous Reed Warbler (Scientific name is Acrocephalus stentoreus)
Clinking Currawong (Scientific name is Strepera versicolor arguta)
Cloncurry Parrot (Scientific name is Barnardius zonarius macgillivrayi)
Cockatiel (Scientific name is Nymphicus hollandicus)
Collared Imperial-Pigeon (Scientific name is Ducula mullerii)
Collared Kingfisher (Scientific name is Todiramphus chloris)
Collared Sparrowhawk (Scientific name is Accipiter cirrocephalus)
Comb-crested Jacana (Scientific name is Irediparra gallinacea)
Common Bronzewing (Scientific name is Phaps chalcoptera)
Common Greenshank (Scientific name is Tringa nebularia)
Common Myna (Scientific name is Acridotheres tristis)
Common Noddy (Scientific name is Anous stolidus)
Common Pheasant (Scientific name is Phasianus colchicus)
Common Redpoll (Scientific name is Carduelis flammea)
Common Redshank (Scientific name is Tringa totanus)
Common Sandpiper (Scientific name is Actitis hypoleucos)
Common Starling (Scientific name is Sturnus vulgaris)
Common Tern (Scientific name is Sterna hirundo)
Cooks Petrel (Scientific name is Pterodroma cookii)
Cotton Pygmy-goose (Scientific name is Nettapus coromandelianus)
Crescent Honeyeater (Scientific name is Phylidonyris pyrrhoptera)
Crested Bellbird (Scientific name is Oreoica gutturalis)
Crested Hawk (Scientific name is Aviceda subcristata)
Crested Pigeon (Scientific name is Ocyphaps lophotes)
Crested Shrike-tit (Scientific name is Falcunculus frontatus)
Crested Tern (Scientific name is Sterna bergii)
Crimson Finch (Scientific name is Neochmia phaeton)
Crimson Rosella (Scientific name is Platycercus elegans)
Curlew Sandpiper (Scientific name is Calidris ferruginea)
Darter (Scientific name is Anhinga melanogaster)
Diamond Dove (Scientific name is Geopelia cuneata)
Diamond Firetail (Scientific name is Stagonopleura guttata)
Dollarbird (Scientific name is Eurystomus orientalis)
Domestic Chicken (Scientific name is Gallus gallus)
Domestic Pigeon (Scientific name is Columba livia)
Double-banded Plover (Scientific name is Charadrius bicinctus)
Double-barred Finch (Scientific name is Taeniopygia bichenovii)
Double-eyed Fig Parrot (Scientific name is Cyclopsitta diophthalma)
Dunlin (Scientific name is Calidris alpina)
Dusky Honeyeater (Scientific name is Myzomela obscura)
Dusky Moorhen (Scientific name is Gallinula tenebrosa)
Dusky Robin (Scientific name is Melanodryas vittata)
Dusky Woodswallow (Scientific name is Artamus cyanopterus)
Eastern Curlew (Scientific name is Numenius madagascariensis)
Eastern Koel (Scientific name is Eudynamys orientalis)
Eastern Rosella (Scientific name is Platycercus eximius)
Eastern Spinebill (Scientific name is Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris)
Eastern Whipbird (Scientific name is Psophodes olivaceus)
Eastern Yellow Robin (Scientific name is Eopsaltria australis)
Eclectus Parrot (Scientific name is Eclectus roratus)
Elegant Imperial-Pigeon (Scientific name is Ducula concinna)
Elegant Parrot (Scientific name is Neophema elegans)
Emperor Penguin (Scientific name is Aptenodytes forsteri)
Emu (Scientific name is Dromaius novaehollandiae)
Erect-crested Penguin (Scientific name is Eudyptes sclateri)
Eurasian Blackbird (Scientific name is Turdus merula)
Eurasian Coot (Scientific name is Fulica atra)
Eurasian Skylark (Scientific name is Alauda arvensis)
Eurasian Tree Sparrow (Scientific name is Passer montanus)
European Goldfinch (Scientific name is Carduelis carduelis)
European Greenfinch (Scientific name is Carduelis chloris)
Fairy Gerygone (Scientific name is Gerygone palpebrosa)
Fairy Martin (Scientific name is Petrochelidon ariel)
Fairy Penguin (Scientific name is Eudyptula minor)
Fairy Prion (Scientific name is Pachyptila turtur)
Fairy Tern (Scientific name is Sterna nereis)
Fan-tailed Cuckoo (Scientific name is Cacomantis flabelliformis)
Fan-tailed Cuckoo (Scientific name is Cuculus pyrrhophanus)
Fawn-breasted Bowerbird (Scientific name is Chlamydera cerviniventris)
Fiordland Penguin (Scientific name is Eudyptes pachyrhynchus)
Flame Robin (Scientific name is Petroica phoenicea)
Flesh-footed Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus carneipes)
Flock Bronzewing (Scientific name is Phaps histrionica)
Fluttering Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus gavia)
Forest Kingfisher (Scientific name is Todiramphus macleayii)
Forest Raven (Scientific name is Corvus tasmanicus)
Fork-tailed Swift (Scientific name is Apus pacificus)
Forty-spotted Pardalote (Scientific name is Pardalotus quadragintus)
Franklins Gull (Scientific name is Larus pipixcan)
Freckled Duck (Scientific name is Stictonetta naevosa)
Frill-necked Monarch (Scientific name is Arses lorealis)
Fuscous Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus fuscus)
Galah (Scientific name is Cacatua roseicapilla)
Gang-Gang Cockatoo (Scientific name is Callocephalon fimbriatum)
Garganey (Scientific name is Anas querquedula)
Gentoo Penguin (Scientific name is Pygoscelis papua)
Glossy Black-Cockatoo (Scientific name is Calyptorhynchus lathami)
Glossy Ibis (Scientific name is Plegadis falcinellus)
Glossy Swiftlet (Scientific name is Collocalia esculenta)
Golden Whistler (Scientific name is Pachycephala pectoralis)
Golden-headed Cisticola (Scientific name is Cisticola exilis)
Golden-shouldered Parrot (Scientific name is Psephotus chrysopterygius)
Gouldian Finch (Scientific name is Erythrura gouldiae)
Graceful Honeyeater (Scientific name is Meliphaga gracilis)
Grass Owl (Scientific name is Tyto capensis)
Great Bowerbird (Scientific name is Chlamydera nuchalis)
Great Cormorant (Scientific name is Phalacrocorax carbo)
Great Crested Grebe (Scientific name is Podiceps cristatus)
Great Egret (Scientific name is Ardea alba)
Great Knot (Scientific name is Calidris tenuirostris)
Great Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus gravis)
Great-billed Heron (Scientific name is Ardea sumatrana)
Great-winged Petrel (Scientific name is Pterodroma macroptera)
Greater Frigatebird (Scientific name is Fregata minor)
Greater Sand Plover (Scientific name is Charadrius leschenaultii)
Green Catbird (Scientific name is Ailuroedus crassirostris)
Green Pygmy-goose (Scientific name is Nettapus pulchellus)
Green Rosella (Scientific name is Platycercus caledonicus)
Green-winged Pigeon (Scientific name is Chalcophaps indica)
Grey Butcher Bird (Scientific name is Cracticus torquatus)
Grey Currawong (Scientific name is Strepera versicolor plumbea)
Grey Currawong (Scientific name is Strepera versicolor versicolor)
Grey Fantail (Scientific name is Rhipidura albiscapa)
Grey Goshawk (Scientific name is Accipiter novaehollandiae)
Grey Phalarope (Scientific name is Phalaropus fulicaria)
Grey Plover (Scientific name is Pluvialis squatarola)
Grey Shrike-thrush (Scientific name is Colluricincla harmonica)
Grey Teal (Scientific name is Anas gracilis)
Grey Ternlet (Scientific name is Procelsterna albivitta)
Grey Wagtail (Scientific name is Motacilla cinerea)
Grey Whistler (Scientific name is Pachycephala simplex)
Grey-backed Storm-Petrel (Scientific name is Garrodia nereis)
Grey-crowned Babbler (Scientific name is Pomatostomus temporalis)
Grey-headed Albatross (Scientific name is Thalassarche chrysostoma)
Grey-headed Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus keartlandi)
Grey-headed Robin (Scientific name is Poecilodryas albispecularis)
Grey-tailed Tattler (Scientific name is Heteroscelus brevipes)
Ground Cuckoo-shrike (Scientific name is Coracina maxima)
Ground Parrot (Scientific name is Pezoporus wallicus)
Gull-billed Tern (Scientific name is Sterna nilotica)
Halls Babbler (Scientific name is Pomatostomus halli)
Helmeted Friarbird (Scientific name is Philemon buceroides)
Hoary-headed Grebe (Scientific name is Poliocephalus poliocephalus)
Hooded dotterel (Scientific name is Thinornis rubricollis)
Hooded Parrot (Scientific name is Psephotus dissimilis)
Hooded Robin (Scientific name is Melanodryas cucullata)
Horsfield’s Bronze-Cuckoo (Scientific name is Chrysococcyx basalis)
Horsfields Bushlark (Scientific name is Mirafra javanica)
House Crow (Scientific name is Corvus splendens)
House Sparrow (Scientific name is Passer domesticus)
House Swift (Scientific name is Apus affinis)
Hudsonian Godwit (Scientific name is Limosa haemastica)
Huttons Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus huttoni)
Indian Peafowl (Scientific name is Pavo cristatus)
Inland Dotterel (Scientific name is Charadrius australis)
Inland Thornbill (Scientific name is Acanthiza apicalis)
Intermediate Egret (Scientific name is Ardea intermedia)
Intermediate Egret (Scientific name is Egretta intermedia)
Island Thrush (Scientific name is Turdus poliocephalus)
Jabiru (Scientific name is Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus)
Jacky Winter (Scientific name is Microeca fascinans)
Java Sparrow (Scientific name is Lonchura oryzivora)
Kelp Gull (Scientific name is Larus dominicanus)
Kentish Plover (Scientific name is Charadrius alexandrinus)
Kermadec Petrel (Scientific name is Pterodroma neglecta)
King Parrot (Scientific name is Alisterus scapularis)
King Penguin (Scientific name is Aptenodytes patagonicus)
Large-billed Gerygone (Scientific name is Gerygone magnirostris)
Large-billed Scrubwren (Scientific name is Sericornis magnirostris)
Large-tailed Nightjar (Scientific name is Caprimulgus macrurus)
Lathams Snipe (Scientific name is Gallinago hardwickii)
Laughing Gull (Scientific name is Larus atricilla)
Laughing Kookaburra (Scientific name is Dacelo novaeguineae)
Laughing Turtle-Dove (Scientific name is Streptopelia senegalensis)
Laysan Albatross (Scientific name is Phoebastria immutabilis)
Leachs Storm-Petrel (Scientific name is Oceanodroma leucorhoa)
Leaden Flycatcher (Scientific name is Myiagra rubecula)
Lemon-bellied Flycatcher (Scientific name is Microeca flavigaster)
Lesser Crested Tern (Scientific name is Sterna bengalensis)
Lesser Frigatebird (Scientific name is Fregata ariel)
Lesser Noddy (Scientific name is Anous tenuirostris)
Lesser Sand Plover (Scientific name is Charadrius mongolus)
Lesser Sooty Owl (Scientific name is Tyto multipunctata)
Lesser Yellowlegs (Scientific name is Tringa flavipes)
Lewin’s Honeyeater (Scientific name is Meliphaga lewinii)
Light-mantled Sooty Albatross (Scientific name is Phoebetria palpebrata)
Little Bittern (Scientific name is Ixobrychus minutus)
Little Black Cormorant (Scientific name is Phalacrocorax sulcirostris)
Little Bronze-Cuckoo (Scientific name is Chrysococcyx minutillus)
Little Corella (Scientific name is Cacatua sanguinea)
Little Crow (Scientific name is Corvus bennetti)
Little Curlew (Scientific name is Numenius minutus)
Little Eagle (Scientific name is Hieraaetus morphnoides)
Little Egret (Scientific name is Egretta garzetta)
Little Friarbird (Scientific name is Philemon citreogularis)
Little Grassbird (Scientific name is Megalurus gramineus)
Little Kingfisher (Scientific name is Alcedo pusilla)
Little Lorikeet (Scientific name is Glossopsitta pusilla)
Little Pied Cormorant (Scientific name is Phalacrocorax melanoleucos)
Little Raven (Scientific name is Corvus mellori)
Little Ringed Plover (Scientific name is Charadrius dubius)
Little Shrike-thrush (Scientific name is Colluricincla megarhyncha)
Little Stint (Scientific name is Calidris minuta)
Little Tern (Scientific name is Sterna albifrons)
Little Wattlebird (Scientific name is Anthochaera chrysoptera)
Little Woodswallow (Scientific name is Artamus minor)
Long-billed Black-Cockatoo (Scientific name is Calyptorhynchus baudinii)
Long-billed Corella (Scientific name is Cacatua tenuirostris)
Long-tailed Finch (Scientific name is Poephila acuticauda)
Long-tailed Jaeger (Scientific name is Stercorarius longicaudus)
Long-toed Stint (Scientific name is Calidris subminuta)
Lovely Fairy-wren (Scientific name is Malurus amabilis)
Macaroni Penguin (Scientific name is Eudyptes chrysolophus)
Macleay’s Honeyeater (Scientific name is Xanthotis macleayana)
Magellanic Penguin (Scientific name is Spheniscus magellanicus)
Magpie Goose (Scientific name is Anseranas semipalmata)
Magpie Lark (Scientific name is Grallina cyanoleuca)
Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo (Scientific name is Cacatua leadbeateri)
Malay Night Heron (Scientific name is Gorsachius melanolophus)
Mallard (Scientific name is Anas platyrhynchos)
Mallee Ringneck (Scientific name is Barnardius zonarius bernardi)
Malleefowl (Scientific name is Leipoa ocellata)
Mangrove Gerygone (Scientific name is Gerygone levigaster)
Mangrove Golden Whistler (Scientific name is Pachycephala melanura)
Mangrove Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus fasciogularis)
Mangrove Robin (Scientific name is Peneoenanthe pulverulenta)
Manx Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus puffinus)
Marbled Frogmouth (Scientific name is Podargus ocellatus)
Marsh Sandpiper (Scientific name is Tringa stagnatilis)
Masked Booby (Scientific name is Sula dactylatra)
Masked Finch (Scientific name is Poephila personata)
Masked Owl (Scientific name is Tyto novaehollandiae)
Masked Plover (Scientific name is Vanellus miles)
Masked Woodswallow (Scientific name is Artamus personatus)
Metallic Pigeon (Scientific name is Columba vitiensis)
Metallic Starling (Scientific name is Aplonis metallica)
Mistletoebird (Scientific name is Dicaeum hirundinaceum)
Mottled Petrel (Scientific name is Pterodroma inexpectata)
Mulga Parrot (Scientific name is Psephotus varius)
Musk Duck (Scientific name is Biziura lobata)
Musk Lorikeet (Scientific name is Glossopsitta concinna)
Mute Swan (Scientific name is Cygnus olor)
Nankeen Kestrel (Scientific name is Falco cenchroides)
Nankeen Night-heron (Scientific name is Nycticorax caledonicus)
Narcissus Flycatcher (Scientific name is Ficedula narcissina)
New Holland Honeyeater (Scientific name is Phylidonyris novaehollandiae)
Noisy Friarbird (Scientific name is Philemon corniculatus)
Noisy Miner (Scientific name is Manorina melanocephala)
Noisy Pitta (Scientific name is Pitta versicolor)
Norfolk Island Parakeet (Scientific name is Cyanoramphus cookii)
Northern Fantail (Scientific name is Rhipidura rufiventris)
Northern Giant-Petrel (Scientific name is Macronectes halli)
Northern Pintail (Scientific name is Anas acuta)
Northern Rosella (Scientific name is Platycercus venustus)
Northern Shoveler (Scientific name is Anas clypeata)
Nutmeg Munia (Scientific name is Lonchura punctulata)
Olive Whistler (Scientific name is Pachycephala olivacea)
Olive-backed Oriole (Scientific name is Oriolus sagittatus)
Orange-bellied Parrot (Scientific name is Neophema chrysogaster)
Orange-footed Scrub Fowl (Scientific name is Megapodius reinwardt)
Oriental Cuckoo (Scientific name is Cuculus optatus)
Oriental Pratincole (Scientific name is Glareola maldivarum)
Oriental Reed-Warbler (Scientific name is Acrocephalus orientalis)
Osprey (Scientific name is Pandion haliaetus)
Ostrich (Scientific name is Struthio camelus)
Pacific Black Duck (Scientific name is Anas superciliosa)
Pacific Golden Plover (Scientific name is Pluvialis fulva)
Pacific Gull (Scientific name is Larus pacificus)
Pacific Heron (Scientific name is Ardea pacifica)
Pacific Swallow (Scientific name is Hirundo tahitica)
Painted Button-quail (Scientific name is Turnix varia)
Painted Firetail (Scientific name is Emblema pictum)
Painted Honeyeater (Scientific name is Grantiella picta)
Painted Snipe (Scientific name is Rostratula benghalensis)
Pale-headed Rosella (Scientific name is Platycercus adscitus)
Pale-yellow Robin (Scientific name is Tregellasia capito)
Pallid Cuckoo (Scientific name is Cuculus pallidus)
Palm Cockatoo (Scientific name is Probosciger aterrimus)
Papuan Frogmouth (Scientific name is Podargus papuensis)
Peaceful Dove (Scientific name is Geopelia striata)
Pectoral Sandpiper (Scientific name is Calidris melanotos)
Peregrine Falcon (Scientific name is Falco peregrinus)
Pheasant Coucal (Scientific name is Centropus phasianinus)
Pheasant-tailed Jacana (Scientific name is Hydrophasianus chirurgus)
Pied Butcher Bird (Scientific name is Cracticus nigrogularis)
Pied Cormorant (Scientific name is Phalacrocorax varius)
Pied Currawong (Scientific name is Strepera graculina)
Pied Heron (Scientific name is Ardea picata)
Pied Imperial-Pigeon (Scientific name is Ducula bicolor)
Pied Oystercatcher (Scientific name is Haematopus longirostris)
Pilotbird (Scientific name is Pycnoptilus floccosus)
Pink Robin (Scientific name is Petroica rodinogaster)
Pink-eared Duck (Scientific name is Malacorhynchus membranaceus)
Pink-footed Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus creatopus)
Plum-headed Finch (Scientific name is Neochmia modesta)
Plumed Whistling Duck (Scientific name is Dendrocygna eytoni)
Pomarine Jaeger (Scientific name is Stercorarius pomarinus)
Port Lincoln Parrot (Scientific name is Barnardius zonarius zonarius)
Powerful Owl (Scientific name is Ninox strenua)
Princess Parrot (Scientific name is Polytelis alexandrae)
Providence Petrel (Scientific name is Pterodroma solandri)
Purple Swamphen (Scientific name is Porphyrio porphyrio)
Purple-backed Starling (Scientific name is Sturnus sturninus)
Purple-crowned Lorikeet (Scientific name is Glossopsitta porphyrocephala)
Purple-crowned Pigeon (Scientific name is Ptilinopus superbus)
Purple-gaped Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus cratitius)
Radjah Shelduck (Scientific name is Tadorna radjah)
Rainbow Bee-eater (Scientific name is Merops ornatus)
Rainbow Lorikeet (Scientific name is Trichoglossus haematodus)
Rainbow Pitta (Scientific name is Pitta iris)
Red Knot (Scientific name is Calidris canutus)
Red Wattlebird (Scientific name is Anthochaera carunculata)
Red-backed Fairy-wren (Scientific name is Malurus melanocephalus)
Red-backed Kingfisher (Scientific name is Todiramphus pyrrhopygia)
Red-bellied Pitta (Scientific name is Pitta erythrogaster)
Red-browed Finch (Scientific name is Neochmia temporalis)
Red-browed Pardalote (Scientific name is Pardalotus rubricatus)
Red-browed Treecreeper (Scientific name is Climacteris erythrops)
Red-capped Parrot (Scientific name is Purpureicephalus spurius)
Red-capped Plover (Scientific name is Charadrius ruficapillus)
Red-capped Robin (Scientific name is Petroica goodenovii)
Red-cheeked Parrot (Scientific name is Geoffroyus geoffroyi)
Red-collared Lorikeet (Scientific name is Trichoglossus rubritorquis)
Red-crowned Parakeet (Scientific name is Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae)
Red-footed Booby (Scientific name is Sula sula)
Red-headed Honeyeater (Scientific name is Myzomela erythrocephala)
Red-kneed Dotterel (Scientific name is Erythrogonys cinctus)
Red-legged Crake (Scientific name is Rallina fasciata)
Red-necked Avocet (Scientific name is Recurvirostra novaehollandiae)
Red-necked Crake (Scientific name is Rallina tricolor)
Red-necked Phalarope (Scientific name is Phalaropus lobatus)
Red-rumped Parrot (Scientific name is Psephotus haematonotus)
Red-rumped Swallow (Scientific name is Cecropis daurica)
Red-tailed Black Cockatoo (Scientific name is Calyptorhynchus banksii)
Red-tailed Tropicbird (Scientific name is Phaethon rubricauda)
Red-throated Pipit (Scientific name is Anthus cervinus)
Red-whiskered Bulbul (Scientific name is Pycnonotus jocosus)
Red-winged Fairy-wren (Scientific name is Malurus elegans)
Red-winged Parrot (Scientific name is Aprosmictus erythropterus)
Reef Heron (Scientific name is Egretta sacra)
Regent Bower Bird (Scientific name is Sericulus chrysocephalus)
Regent Honeyeater (Scientific name is Xanthomyza phrygia)
Regent Parrot (Scientific name is Polytelis anthopeplus)
Restless Flycatcher (Scientific name is Myiagra inquieta)
Ringed Plover (Scientific name is Charadrius hiaticula)
Rock Parrot (Scientific name is Neophema petrophila)
Rock Warbler (Scientific name is Origma solitaria)
Rockhopper Penguin (Scientific name is Eudyptes chrysocome)
Rose Robin (Scientific name is Petroica rosea)
Rose-crowned Pigeon (Scientific name is Ptilinopus regina)
Roseate Tern (Scientific name is Sterna dougallii)
Royal Albatross (Scientific name is Diomedea epomophora)
Royal Penguin (Scientific name is Eudyptes schlegeli)
Royal Spoonbill (Scientific name is Platalea regia)
Ruddy Turnstone (Scientific name is Arenaria interpres)
Ruddy-breasted Crake (Scientific name is Porzana fusca)
Ruff (Scientific name is Philomachus pugnax)
Rufous Fantail (Scientific name is Rhipidura rufifrons)
Rufous Owl (Scientific name is Ninox rufa)
Rufous Scrub-bird (Scientific name is Atrichornis rufescens)
Rufous Songlark (Scientific name is Cincloramphus mathewsi)
Rufous Whistler (Scientific name is Pachycephala rufiventris)
Rufous-banded Honeyeater (Scientific name is Conopophila albogularis)
Sabines Gull (Scientific name is Xema sabini)
Sacred Kingfisher (Scientific name is Todiramphus sanctus)
Sanderling (Scientific name is Calidris alba)
Sarus Crane (Scientific name is Grus antigone)
Satin Bower Bird (Scientific name is Ptilonorhynchus violaceus)
Satin Flycatcher (Scientific name is Myiagra cyanoleuca)
Savanna Nightjar (Scientific name is Caprimulgus affinis)
Scaly-breasted Lorikeet (Scientific name is Trichoglossus chlorolepidotus)
Scarlet Honeyeater (Scientific name is Myzomela sanguinolenta)
Scarlet Robin (Scientific name is Petroica boodang)
Scarlet-chested Parrot (Scientific name is Neophema splendida)
Sharp-tailed Sandpiper (Scientific name is Calidris acuminata)
Shining Bronze-Cuckoo (Scientific name is Chrysococcyx lucidus)
Shining Flycatcher (Scientific name is Myiagra alecto)
Short-billed Black Cockatoo (Scientific name is Calyptorhynchus latirostris)
Short-tailed Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus tenuirostris)
Shy Albatross (Scientific name is Thalassarche cauta)
Shy Heathwren (Scientific name is Calamanthus cautus)
Silver Gull (Scientific name is Larus novaehollandiae)
Silvereye (Scientific name is Zosterops lateralis)
Singing Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus virescens)
Slender-billed Prion (Scientific name is Pachyptila belcheri)
Snares Penguin (Scientific name is Eudyptes robustus)
Snow Petrel (Scientific name is Pagodroma nivea)
Song Thrush (Scientific name is Turdus philomelos)
Sooty Albatross (Scientific name is Phoebetria fusca)
Sooty Oystercatcher (Scientific name is Haematopus fuliginosus)
Sooty Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus griseus)
Sooty Tern (Scientific name is Sterna fuscata)
South Polar Skua (Scientific name is Stercorarius maccormicki)
Southern Fulmar (Scientific name is Fulmarus glacialoides)
Southern Giant-Petrel (Scientific name is Macronectes giganteus)
Southern Logrunner (Scientific name is Orthonyx temminckii)
Spangled Drongo (Scientific name is Dicrurus bracteatus)
Speckled Warbler (Scientific name is Chthonicola sagittatus)
Spectacled Monarch (Scientific name is Monarcha trivirgatus)
Spinifex Pigeon (Scientific name is Geophaps plumifera)
Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater (Scientific name is Acanthagenys rufogularis)
Splendid Fairy-wren (Scientific name is Malurus splendens)
Spotless Crake (Scientific name is Porzana tabuensis)
Spotted Bowerbird (Scientific name is Chlamydera maculata)
Spotted Harrier (Scientific name is Circus assimilis)
Spotted Pardalote (Scientific name is Pardalotus punctatus)
Spotted Quail-thrush (Scientific name is Cinclosoma punctatum)
Spotted Redshank (Scientific name is Tringa erythropus)
Spotted Turtle-Dove (Scientific name is Streptopelia chinensis)
Spotted Whistling-Duck (Scientific name is Dendrocygna guttata)
Square-tailed Kite (Scientific name is Lophoictinia isura)
Squatter Pigeon (Scientific name is Geophaps scripta)
Star Finch (Scientific name is Neochmia ruficauda)
Stilt Sandpiper (Scientific name is Micropalama himantopus)
Straw-necked Ibis (Scientific name is Threskiornis spinicollis)
Streaked Shearwater (Scientific name is Calonectris leucomelas)
Striated Grasswren (Scientific name is Amytornis striatus)
Striated Heron (Scientific name is Butorides striatus)
Striated Pardalote (Scientific name is Pardalotus striatus)
Striated Thornbill (Scientific name is Acanthiza lineata)
Striped Honeyeater (Scientific name is Plectorhyncha lanceolata)
Strong-billed Honeyeater (Scientific name is Melithreptus validirostris)
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo (Scientific name is Cacatua galerita)
Superb Fairy-wren (Scientific name is Malurus cyaneus)
Superb Lyrebird (Scientific name is Menura novaehollandiae)
Superb Parrot (Scientific name is Polytelis swainsonii)
Swamp Harrier (Scientific name is Circus approximans)
Swift Parrot (Scientific name is Lathamus discolor)
Tahiti Petrel (Scientific name is Pseudobulweria rostrata)
Tasmanian Native Hen (Scientific name is Gallinula mortierii)
Tasmanian Thornbill (Scientific name is Acanthiza ewingii)
Tawny Frogmouth (Scientific name is Podargus strigoides)
Tawny Grassbird (Scientific name is Megalurus timoriensis)
Tawny-crowned Honeyeater (Scientific name is Gliciphila melanops)
Terek Sandpiper (Scientific name is Xenus cinereus)
Topknot Pigeon (Scientific name is Lopholaimus antarcticus)
Torresian Crow (Scientific name is Corvus orru)
Tree Martin (Scientific name is Petrochelidon nigricans)
Turquoise Parrot (Scientific name is Neophema pulchella)
Twenty-eight Parrot (Scientific name is Barnardius zonarius semitorquatus)
Uniform Swiftlet (Scientific name is Aerodramus vanikorensis)
Upland Sandpiper (Scientific name is Bartramia longicauda)
Varied Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus versicolor)
Varied Lorikeet (Scientific name is Psitteuteles versicolor)
Varied Sittella (Scientific name is Daphoenositta chrysoptera)
Varied Triller (Scientific name is Lalage leucomela)
Variegated Fairy-wren (Scientific name is Malurus lamberti)
Victoria’s Riflebird (Scientific name is Ptiloris victoriae)
Wandering Albatross (Scientific name is Diomedea exulans)
Wandering Tattler (Scientific name is Heteroscelus incanus)
Wandering Whistling-Duck (Scientific name is Dendrocygna arcuata)
Watercock (Scientific name is Gallicrex cinerea)
Wedge-tailed Eagle (Scientific name is Aquila audax)
Wedge-tailed Shearwater (Scientific name is Puffinus pacificus)
Weebill (Scientific name is Smicrornis brevirostris)
Welcome Swallow (Scientific name is Hirundo neoxena)
Western Bowerbird (Scientific name is Chlamydera guttata)
Western Corella (Scientific name is Cacatua pastinator)
Western Rosella (Scientific name is Platycercus icterotis)
Western Spinebill (Scientific name is Acanthorhynchus superciliosus)
Western Wattlebird (Scientific name is Anthochaera lunulata)
Western Yellow Robin (Scientific name is Eopsaltria griseogularis)
Westland Petrel (Scientific name is Procellaria westlandica)
Whimbrel (Scientific name is Numenius phaeopus)
Whiskered Tern (Scientific name is Chlidonias hybridus)
Whistling Kite (Scientific name is Haliastur sphenurus)
White Tern (Scientific name is Gygis alba)
White Wagtail (Scientific name is Motacilla alba)
White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike (Scientific name is Coracina papuensis)
White-bellied Sea-Eagle (Scientific name is Haliaeetus leucogaster)
White-breasted Robin (Scientific name is Eopsaltria georgiana)
White-breasted Waterhen (Scientific name is Amaurornis phoenicurus)
White-breasted Woodswallow (Scientific name is Artamus leucorynchus)
White-browed Babbler (Scientific name is Pomatostomus superciliosus)
White-browed Crake (Scientific name is Porzana cinerea)
White-browed Robin (Scientific name is Poecilodryas superciliosa)
White-browed Scrubwren (Scientific name is Sericornis frontalis)
White-browed Treecreeper (Scientific name is Climacteris affinis)
White-browed Woodswallow (Scientific name is Artamus superciliosus)
White-capped Noddy (Scientific name is Anous minutus)
White-cheeked Honeyeater (Scientific name is Phylidonyris nigra)
White-chinned Petrel (Scientific name is Procellaria aequinoctialis)
White-eared Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus leucotis)
White-eared Monarch (Scientific name is Monarcha leucotis)
White-eyed Duck (Scientific name is Aythya australis)
White-faced Heron (Scientific name is Egretta novaehollandiae)
White-faced Storm-Petrel (Scientific name is Pelagodroma marina)
White-fronted Chat (Scientific name is Epthianura albifrons)
White-fronted Tern (Scientific name is Sterna striata)
White-headed Pigeon (Scientific name is Columba leucomela)
White-naped Honeyeater (Scientific name is Melithreptus lunatus)
White-necked Petrel (Scientific name is Pterodroma cervicalis)
White-plumed Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus penicillatus)
White-rumped Sandpiper (Scientific name is Calidris fuscicollis)
White-tailed Tropicbird (Scientific name is Phaethon lepturus)
White-throated Gerygone (Scientific name is Gerygone olivacea)
White-throated Honeyeater (Scientific name is Melithreptus albogularis)
White-throated Needletail (Scientific name is Hirundapus caudacutus)
White-throated Nightjar (Scientific name is Eurostopodus mystacalis)
White-throated Treecreeper (Scientific name is Cormobates leucophaeus)
White-winged Black Tern (Scientific name is Chlidonias leucopterus)
White-winged Chough (Scientific name is Corcorax melanorhamphos)
White-winged Fairy-wren (Scientific name is Malurus leucopterus)
White-winged Triller (Scientific name is Lalage tricolor)
Wild Turkey (Scientific name is Meleagris gallopavo)
Willie Wagtail (Scientific name is Rhipidura leucophrys)
Wilsons Phalarope (Scientific name is Steganopus tricolor)
Wilsons Storm-Petrel (Scientific name is Oceanites oceanicus)
Wompoo Pigeon (Scientific name is Ptilinopus magnificus)
Wonga Pigeon (Scientific name is Leucosarcia melanoleuca)
Wood Sandpiper (Scientific name is Tringa glareola)
Woodhen (Scientific name is Gallirallus sylvestris)
Yellow Bittern (Scientific name is Ixobrychus sinensis)
Yellow Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus flavus)
Yellow Oriole (Scientific name is Oriolus flavocinctus)
Yellow Thornbill (Scientific name is Acanthiza nana)
Yellow Wagtail (Scientific name is Motacilla flava)
Yellow Wattlebird (Scientific name is Anthochaera paradoxa)
Yellow-billed Kingfisher (Scientific name is Syma torotoro)
Yellow-billed Spoonbill (Scientific name is Platalea flavipes)
Yellow-breasted Sunbird (Scientific name is Nectarinia jugularis)
Yellow-faced Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus chrysops)
Yellow-nosed Albatross (Scientific name is Thalassarche chlororhynchos)
Yellow-rumped Thornbill (Scientific name is Acanthiza chrysorrhoa)
Yellow-spotted Honeyeater (Scientific name is Meliphaga notata)
Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo (Scientific name is Calyptorhynchus funereus)
Yellow-throated Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus flavicollis)
Yellow-throated Miner (Scientific name is Manorina flavigula)
Yellow-throated Scrubwren (Scientific name is Sericornis citreogularis)
Yellow-tufted Honeyeater (Scientific name is Lichenostomus melanops)
Zebra Finch (Scientific name is Taeniopygia guttata)
Zitting Cisticola (Scientific name is Cisticola juncidis)

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