Birds

Here is a list of the birds that I’ve written about on this blog:

African Fish Eagle

African Harrier-Hawk

Alexandrine Parakeet

Amsterdam Albatross

Atlantic Puffin

Australasian Grebe

Australian Brushturkey

Australian Wood Duck

Bald Eagle

Barking Owl

Barnacle Goose

Black Kite

Black-Shouldered Kite

Black Swan

Blue-Streaked Lory

Brolga

Burrowing Owl

California Condor

Cape Barren Goose

Crimson Rosella

Dalmatian Pelican

Eastern Imperial Eagle

Elf Owl

Emperor Penguin

Emu

Flightless Cormorant

Forest Owlet

Galah

Golden Parakeet

Great Grey Owl

Greater Flamingo

Greater Roadrunner

Grey Crowned Crane

Helmeted Guineafowl

Hooded Pitohui

Hyacinth Macaw

Indian Peafowl

Japanese Crane

King Bird-of-Paradise

King Penguin

Lammergeier

Lappet-Faced Vulture

Laughing Kookaburra

Lesser Rhea

Little Penguin

Lizard Buzzard

Long-Billed Corella

Luzon Bleeding-Heart

Marabou Stork

Masked Lovebird

Military Macaw

Mute Swan

New Holland Honeyeater

Noisy Friarbird

North Island Brown Kiwi

Ocellated Turkey

Okarito Kiwi

Ostrich

Palm-Nut Vulture

Peregrine Falcon

Peruvian Pelican

Powerful Owl

Quailfinch Indigobird

Rainbow Lorikeet

Rose-Ringed Parakeet

Roseate Spoonbill

Secretarybird

Shoebill

Silver Gull

Smew

Snowy Owl

Southern Boobook

Southern Caracara

Southern Cassowary

Southern Ground-Hornbill

Spotted Eagle Owl

Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo

Sun Parakeet

Superb Fairy-Wren

Superb Lyrebird

Tawny Frogmouth

Toco Toucan

Turkey Vulture

Ultramarine Lorikeet

Vermilion Flycatcher

Victoria Crowned Pigeon

Vogelkop Bowerbird

Wedge-Tailed Eagle

Western Capercaillie

Wompoo Fruit-Dove

Xantus’s Hummingbird

Yellow-Billed Oxpecker

Yellow-Eyed Penguin

Zebra Finch

If there are any other birds that you would like me to write about on this blog, please let me know in the comments below.

4 thoughts on “Birds

  1. I would like to see the Australian King Parrot. I have several in Ravenshoe FNQ. I have at least two breeding pairs, the male with the red head and the females are predominately green. Also butcher birds and kurrawongs and pale headed rosellas. I love the antics of the rainbow lorrikeets when they puff up their feathers, put their head down and walk like a sumo wrestler. It cracks me up everytime.

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