AUSTRALIA

This page on birds of Australia seeks to show some of them that can easily be seen around cities or other accessible places, without the need for sophisticated equipment. The tiny few birds presented here were observed during a brief visit to the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney.

For bird  lovers, here are a few websites about birds in Australia:

www.birdlife.org.au/all-about-birds
www.birds/birdlist.org/australia.htm
www.birdsqueensland.org.au/nuisance_birds.php
www.birdsinbackyards.net/Birds-Behaving-Badly

At the present time, only three species are shown on this website for Birds of the World:

AUSTRALIAN WHITE IBIS (Threskiomis moluccus)
DUSKY MOORHEN (Gallinula tenebrosa)
MASKED LAPWING (Vanellus miles)

Emu in south-eastern Australia - Feb. 2011 - Benjamint444
The EMU is the National Bird of Australia – photo by Benjamint444

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