Red Wattlebird | BirdLife Australia

Wattle bird - loves to attack cats and apparently other birds. I prefer to watch them attack cats.

Silvereye. Adult. Southland, June 2012. Image © Glenda Rees by Glenda Rees Glenda Rees (http://www.flickr.com/photos/nzsamphotofanatic/)

While waiting yesterday to see if I could trial the on an incoming harrier, I was entertained by some wee silvereyes who looked stunning in the frosty morning light.

Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike | BirdLife Australia

Black-faced Cuckoo-shrikes have a black face and throat, blue-grey back, wings and tail, and white underparts. They are slender, attractive birds.

Rhipidura fuliginosa 3.jpg

The Grey Fantail (Rhipidura albiscapa) is a small insectivorous bird. A common fantail found in Australia (except western desert areas), New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

Western Gerygone | BirdLife Australia

The Western Gerygone is a small bird with a pale brownish-grey face that merges into a whitish chin and throat, with a narrow, white ring around the

Australian Darter, male, drying its wings - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

Australian Darter, male, drying its wings - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

Eastern Great Egret - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

Eastern Great Egret - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

Spilosoma glatignyi caterpillar

Spilosoma glatignyi caterpillar

Spilosoma glatignyi caterpillar

Spilosoma glatignyi caterpillar

Brown Honeyeater - Photographer: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

Brown Honeyeater - Scientific Name: Lichmera indistincta Featured bird groups: Honeyeaters

Welcome Swallow - Photo: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

Welcome Swallow - These guys like to line up on the windowsill and poop all down the front of the house : )

Little Black Cormorant - Photo: Purnell Collection © Australian Museum

Little Black Cormorant - Photo: Purnell Collection © Australian Museum

Australian shelduck - bibra lake

A male Australian Shel-duck (Tadorna tadornoides) in Perth, Western Australia. First described in this species of shelduck is sexually dimorphic: males are larger than females and do not have a white ring around their eyes.

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