# Species*:146
# Excl Vagrants*:146
# Endemics*:43
# Near Endemics*:7
*Based on partial or incomplete data.


List of target species for the country that could possibly be seen at this location. Target birds are those that are endemic, near endemic, critically endangered or endangered according to the IUCN, best seen in this country, or always considered by us to be a target. Accidentals, vagrants, and very rare species are excluded from this list.

color codes

1&Stubble QuaillCoturnix pectoralisBC
2White-headed PigeonColumba leucomelaE
3Brown Cuckoo-DoveMacropygia phasianellaBC
4Common BronzewingPhaps chalcopteraBC
5Crested PigeonOcyphaps lophotesBC
6Wonga PigeonLeucosarcia melanoleucaE
7Topknot PigeonLopholaimus antarcticusE
8Tawny FrogmouthPodargus strigoidesBC
9White-throated NightjarEurostopodus mystacalisBC
10Yellow-billed SpoonbillPlatalea flavipesBC
11&Black-shouldered KitelElanus axillarisBC
12Little EagleHieraaetus morphnoidesBC
13Gray GoshawkAccipiter novaehollandiaeBC
14Laughing KookaburraDacelo novaeguineaeE
15Yellow-tailed Black-CockatooZanda funereusE
16Gang-gang CockatooCallocephalon fimbriatumE
17GalahEolophus roseicapillaBC
18Long-billed CorellaCacatua tenuirostrisE
19Australian King-ParrotAlisterus scapularisE
20Crimson RosellaPlatycercus elegansE
21&Musk LorikeetlGlossopsitta concinnaE
22Scaly-breasted LorikeetTrichoglossus chlorolepidotusE
23Rainbow LorikeetTrichoglossus moluccanusE
24Superb LyrebirdMenura novaehollandiaeE
25Green CatbirdAiluroedus crassirostrisNE
26Satin BowerbirdPtilonorhynchus violaceusE
27White-throated TreecreeperCormobates leucophaeaE
28Variegated FairywrenMalurus lambertiBC
29Superb FairywrenMalurus cyaneusE
30Eastern SpinebillAcanthorhynchus tenuirostrisE
31Lewin's HoneyeaterMeliphaga lewiniiE
32Yellow-faced HoneyeaterCaligavis chrysopsE
33Noisy MinerManorina melanocephalaE
34&Red WattlebirdlAnthochaera carunculataE
35Little WattlebirdAnthochaera chrysopteraE
36Scarlet MyzomelaMyzomela sanguinolentaE
37New Holland HoneyeaterPhylidonyris novaehollandiaeE
38White-cheeked HoneyeaterPhylidonyris nigerE
39Noisy FriarbirdPhilemon corniculatusNE
40Spotted PardalotePardalotus punctatusE
41Striated PardalotePardalotus striatusBC
42Yellow-throated ScrubwrenNeosericornis citreogularisE
43White-browed ScrubwrenSericornis frontalisE
44Large-billed ScrubwrenSericornis magnirostraE
45Yellow-rumped ThornbillAcanthiza chrysorrhoaE
46Yellow ThornbillAcanthiza nanaE
47Striated ThornbillAcanthiza lineataE
48Brown ThornbillAcanthiza pusillaE
49Buff-rumped ThornbillAcanthiza reguloidesE
50Brown GerygoneGerygone moukiE
51Eastern WhipbirdPsophodes olivaceusE
52Golden WhistlerPachycephala pectoralisE
53Olive-backed OrioleOriolus sagittatusNE
54Australasian FigbirdSphecotheres vieillotiNE
55Dusky WoodswallowArtamus cyanopterusE
56Gray ButcherbirdCracticus torquatusBC
57Pied CurrawongStrepera graculinaE
58Gray FantailRhipidura albiscapaBC
59Black-faced MonarchMonarcha melanopsisNE
60Leaden FlycatcherMyiagra rubeculaNE
61Restless FlycatcherMyiagra inquietaNE
62Australian RavenCorvus coronoidesBC
63Rose RobinPetroica roseaE
64Jacky-winterMicroeca fascinansBC
65Eastern Yellow RobinEopsaltria australisE
66Beautiful FiretailStagonopleura bellaE
67Red-browed FiretailNeochmia temporalisE


 *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.



NENear Endemic7
CRCritically Endangered0
BCBest Seen in This Country17
ATAlways a Target0