# Species*:133
# Excl Vagrants*:133
# Endemics*:21
# Near Endemics*:12
*Based on partial or incomplete data.


The table below lists species recorded at this locale but does not indicate frequency of occurrence there. It does indicate whether each species is globally threatened or endangered according to the IUCN and also whether it is migratory, very rare, or accidental in the country. The list is based on available data and may be incomplete.*

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Magpie Goose: Anseranatidae

1Magpie GooseAnseranas semipalmata

Ducks: Anatidae

2Plumed Whistling-DuckDendrocygna eytoni
3Pacific Black DuckAnas superciliosa

Pheasants, Grouse, and Allies: Phasianidae

4Brown QuailSynoicus ypsilophora

Grebes: Podicipedidae

5Australasian GrebeTachybaptus novaehollandiae

Pigeons and Doves: Columbidae

6Common BronzewingPhaps chalcoptera
7Crested PigeonOcyphaps lophotes
8Spinifex PigeonGeophaps plumifera
9&Diamond DovelGeopelia cuneata
10Peaceful DoveGeopelia placida
11Bar-shouldered DoveGeopelia humeralis

Bustards: Otididae

12Australian BustardArdeotis australis

Cuckoos: Cuculidae

13(Pheasant Coucal)Centropus phasianinus
14Pacific KoelEudynamys orientalis
15(Channel-billed Cuckoo)Scythrops novaehollandiae
16Black-eared CuckooChrysococcyx osculans
17Pallid CuckooCacomantis pallidus
18(Brush Cuckoo)Cacomantis variolosus

Frogmouths: Podargidae

19Tawny FrogmouthPodargus strigoides

Owlet-Nightjars: Aegothelidae

20Australian Owlet-nightjarAegotheles cristatus

Cranes: Gruidae

21BrolgaAntigone rubicunda

Thick-knees: Burhinidae

22Bush Thick-kneeBurhinus grallarius

Stilts and Avocets: Recurvirostridae

23Pied StiltHimantopus leucocephalus

Plovers and Lapwings: Charadriidae

24Black-fronted DotterelCharadrius melanops
25/Oriental Plover/Anarhynchus veredus

Sandpipers and Allies: Scolopacidae

26/Wood Sandpiper/Tringa glareola

Pratincoles and Coursers: Glareolidae

27/Oriental Pratincole/Glareola maldivarum

Storks: Ciconiidae

28Black-necked StorkEphippiorhynchus asiaticus

Anhingas: Anhingidae

29Australasian DarterAnhinga novaehollandiae

Cormorants and Shags: Phalacrocoracidae

30Little Pied CormorantMicrocarbo melanoleucos
31Little Black CormorantPhalacrocorax sulcirostris
32Pied CormorantPhalacrocorax varius

Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns: Ardeidae

33Black BitternIxobrychus flavicollis
34Nankeen Night HeronNycticorax caledonicus
35Little EgretEgretta garzetta
36Pied HeronEgretta picata
37White-faced HeronEgretta novaehollandiae
38Pacific HeronArdea pacifica
39Great EgretArdea alba
40Plumed EgretArdea plumifera

Ibises and Spoonbills: Threskiornithidae

41Glossy IbisPlegadis falcinellus
42Australian IbisThreskiornis molucca
43Straw-necked IbisThreskiornis spinicollis
44Royal SpoonbillPlatalea regia
45Yellow-billed SpoonbillPlatalea flavipes

Hawks, Eagles, and Kites: Accipitridae

46Square-tailed KiteLophoictinia isura
47Pacific BazaAviceda subcristata
48Little EagleHieraaetus morphnoides
49Wedge-tailed EagleAquila audax
50Brown GoshawkAccipiter fasciatus
51Collared SparrowhawkAccipiter cirrocephalus
52Whistling KiteHaliastur sphenurus
53Black KiteMilvus migrans
54White-bellied Sea-EagleIcthyophaga leucogaster

Barn-Owls: Tytonidae

55Barn OwlTyto alba

Owls: Strigidae

56Barking OwlNinox connivens
57Southern BoobookNinox boobook

Kingfishers: Alcedinidae

58Azure KingfisherCeyx azureus
59Blue-winged KookaburraDacelo leachii
60(Sacred Kingfisher)Todiramphus sanctus

Bee-eaters: Meropidae

61Rainbow Bee-eaterMerops ornatus

Rollers: Coraciidae

62(Oriental Dollarbird)Eurystomus orientalis

Falcons and Caracaras: Falconidae

63Australian HobbyFalco longipennis
64Brown FalconFalco berigora
65Peregrine FalconFalco peregrinus

Cockatoos: Cacatuidae

66Red-tailed Black-CockatooCalyptorhynchus banksii
67GalahEolophus roseicapilla
68Little CorellaCacatua sanguinea
69Sulphur-crested CockatooCacatua galerita

Parrots: Psittaculidae

70&Red-winged ParrotlAprosmictus erythropterus
71Northern RosellaPlatycercus venustus
72&Varied LorikeetlPsitteuteles versicolor
73Red-collared LorikeetTrichoglossus rubritorquis

Bowerbirds: Ptilonorhynchidae

74Great BowerbirdChlamydera nuchalis

Australasian Treecreepers: Climacteridae

75Black-tailed TreecreeperClimacteris melanurus

Fairywrens: Maluridae

76Purple-crowned FairywrenMalurus coronatus
77Purple-backed FairywrenMalurus assimilis
78Red-backed FairywrenMalurus melanocephalus

Honeyeaters: Meliphagidae

79White-gaped HoneyeaterStomiopera unicolor
80Yellow-tinted HoneyeaterLichenostomus flavescens
81Yellow-throated MinerManorina flavigula
82Singing HoneyeaterGavicalis virescens
83Gray-fronted HoneyeaterPtilotula plumulus
84&Bar-breasted HoneyeaterlRamsayornis fasciatus
85&Rufous-throated HoneyeaterlConopophila rufogularis
86Red-headed MyzomelaMyzomela erythrocephala
87&Banded HoneyeaterlCissomela pectoralis
88Brown HoneyeaterLichmera indistincta
89Blue-faced HoneyeaterEntomyzon cyanotis
90White-throated HoneyeaterMelithreptus albogularis
91&Black-chinned HoneyeaterlMelithreptus gularis
92Little FriarbirdPhilemon citreogularis
93&Silver-crowned FriarbirdlPhilemon argenticeps

Pardalotes: Pardalotidae

94&Red-browed PardalotelPardalotus rubricatus
95Striated PardalotePardalotus striatus

Thornbills and Allies: Acanthizidae

96WeebillSmicrornis brevirostris
97White-throated GerygoneGerygone olivacea

Pseudo-Babblers: Pomatostomidae

98Gray-crowned BabblerPomatostomus temporalis

Cuckooshrikes: Campephagidae

99&Ground CuckooshrikelCoracina maxima
100Black-faced CuckooshrikeCoracina novaehollandiae
101White-bellied CuckooshrikeCoracina papuensis
102White-winged TrillerLalage tricolor

Sittellas: Neosittidae

103Varied SittellaDaphoenositta chrysoptera

Whistlers and Allies: Pachycephalidae

104Gray ShrikethrushColluricincla harmonica
105Rufous WhistlerPachycephala rufiventris

Old World Orioles: Oriolidae

106Olive-backed OrioleOriolus sagittatus

Woodswallows, Bellmagpies, and Allies: Artamidae

107White-breasted WoodswallowArtamus leucorynchus
108Masked WoodswallowArtamus personatus
109Black-faced WoodswallowArtamus cinereus
110Little WoodswallowArtamus minor
111Silver-backed ButcherbirdCracticus argenteus
112Pied ButcherbirdCracticus nigrogularis
113Australian MagpieGymnorhina tibicen

Fantails: Rhipiduridae

114Northern FantailRhipidura rufiventris
115Willie-wagtailRhipidura leucophrys

Monarch Flycatchers: Monarchidae

116Magpie-larkGrallina cyanoleuca
117Leaden FlycatcherMyiagra rubecula
118Broad-billed FlycatcherMyiagra ruficollis
119Paperbark FlycatcherMyiagra nana

Crows, Jays, and Magpies: Corvidae

120Torresian CrowCorvus orru

Australasian Robins: Petroicidae

121Jacky-winterMicroeca fascinans

Larks: Alaudidae

122Singing BushlarkMirafra javanica

Cisticolas and Allies: Cisticolidae

123Golden-headed CisticolaCisticola exilis

Grassbirds and Allies: Locustellidae

124Rufous SonglarkCincloramphus mathewsi

Swallows: Hirundinidae

125Fairy MartinPetrochelidon ariel
126Tree MartinPetrochelidon nigricans

Flowerpeckers: Dicaeidae

127&MistletoebirdlDicaeum hirundinaceum

Waxbills and Allies: Estrildidae

128Crimson FinchNeochmia phaeton
129&Double-barred FinchlStizoptera bichenovii
130Masked FinchPoephila personata
131Long-tailed FinchPoephila acuticauda
132Gouldian FinchChloebia gouldiae

Wagtails and Pipits: Motacillidae

133Australian PipitAnthus australis


 *Nomenclature and taxonomic affinities are based on Clements 6th Edition published 2007 with updates through 2021 maintained by the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, which relies largely on the AOU and SACC nomenclature committees. IUCN status may reflect splits not currently recognized by Clements.
**Species not accepted by Clements, AOU, or SACC that we recognize based on the IOC, field observations along with geographical separation, consensus opinions of field guide authors, and other sources. These species are potential splits in future Clements updates.



//Boreal Visitor3
\\Austral Visitor0
##Non-breeding Dispersal0
()Breeding Season Only5


NTNear Threatened1
CRCritically Endangered0

Species counts in code tables depend on completeness of the data. For some countries or locales, data may not include all species or information on species presence may be incomplete.