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Bush Birds Found In Australia

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Small Australian Bush Birds

Birds where generally the majority of the type is less than 200mm.

Finchs, Robins and similar

Western Yellow RobinWESTERN YELLOW ROBIN

Photo Kollie Smith

SEE FINCHS, ROBINS and similar PHOTOS AND DATA

Honeyeaters

New Holland HoneyeaterNEW HOLLAND HONEYEATER

Photo Scott Phillipe

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Swallows, Martins and similar

Welcome SwallowWELCOME SWALLOW

Photo Lyle Stacpoole

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Thornbills, Whistlers and similar

Rufous treecreeperRUFOUS TREECREEPER

The Rufous Treecreeper .

Photo Lyle Stacpoole

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Wagtails, Flycatchers and similar

Willie WagtailWILLIE WAGTAIL

Photo Scott Phillipe

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Wrens

Splendid Fairy WrenSPLENDID FAIRY WREN

Photo Kade Bouwman

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Large Australian Bush Birds

Birds where generally the majority of the type is longer than 200mm.

Choughs, Magpies and similar Large Bush Birds

MagpieMAGPIE

Photo Lyle Stacpoole

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Cuckoos and similar

CUCKOO

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Australian Kingfishers

Australian KookaburraKOOKABURRA

Photo Giulio Scaletta

SEE KINGFISHERS PHOTOS AND DATA

Miners, Wattlebirds and Thrushes

Red WattlebirdRED WATTLEBIRD

Photo Lyle Stacpoole

SEE MINERS, WATTLEBIRDS AND THRUSHES PHOTOS AND DATA

Pidgeons, Doves and Quail

Spotted DoveSPOTTED DOVE

Photo Eddie Crespo

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