# Species:138
# Excl Vagrants:138
# Endemics:56
# Near Endemics:13


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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Ducks: Anatidae

1Maned DuckChenonetta jubata
2Pacific Black DuckAnas superciliosa

Megapodes: Megapodiidae

3Australian BrushturkeyAlectura lathami

Pheasants, Grouse, and Allies: Phasianidae

4Brown QuailSynoicus ypsilophora
5&Stubble QuaillCoturnix pectoralis

Pigeons and Doves: Columbidae

6White-headed PigeonColumba leucomela
7Spotted DoveSpilopelia chinensis
8Brown Cuckoo-DoveMacropygia phasianella
9Pacific Emerald DoveChalcophaps longirostris
10Common BronzewingPhaps chalcoptera
11Crested PigeonOcyphaps lophotes
12Wonga PigeonLeucosarcia melanoleuca
13Bar-shouldered DoveGeopelia humeralis
14Wompoo Fruit-DovePtilinopus magnificus
15&Rose-crowned Fruit-DovelPtilinopus regina
16Topknot PigeonLopholaimus antarcticus

Cuckoos: Cuculidae

17(Pheasant Coucal)Centropus phasianinus
18Pacific KoelEudynamys orientalis
19(Channel-billed Cuckoo)Scythrops novaehollandiae
20Shining Bronze-CuckooChrysococcyx lucidus
21(Brush Cuckoo)Cacomantis variolosus
22Fan-tailed CuckooCacomantis flabelliformis

Frogmouths: Podargidae

23Tawny FrogmouthPodargus strigoides
24Marbled FrogmouthPodargus ocellatus

Owlet-Nightjars: Aegothelidae

25Australian Owlet-nightjarAegotheles cristatus

Swifts: Apodidae

26/White-throated Needletail/Hirundapus caudacutus

Thick-knees: Burhinidae

27Bush Thick-kneeBurhinus grallarius

Plovers and Lapwings: Charadriidae

28Masked LapwingVanellus miles

Buttonquail: Turnicidae

29Painted ButtonquailTurnix varius

Cormorants and Shags: Phalacrocoracidae

30Little Pied CormorantMicrocarbo melanoleucos

Pelicans: Pelecanidae

31Australian PelicanPelecanus conspicillatus

Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns: Ardeidae

32Eastern Cattle EgretBubulcus coromandus
33Pacific HeronArdea pacifica

Ibises and Spoonbills: Threskiornithidae

34Straw-necked IbisThreskiornis spinicollis

Hawks, Eagles, and Kites: Accipitridae

35Pacific BazaAviceda subcristata
36Wedge-tailed EagleAquila audax
37Gray GoshawkAccipiter novaehollandiae
38Collared SparrowhawkAccipiter cirrocephalus

Barn-Owls: Tytonidae

39Sooty-OwlTyto tenebricosa

Owls: Strigidae

40Powerful OwlNinox strenua
41Southern BoobookNinox boobook

Kingfishers: Alcedinidae

42Azure KingfisherCeyx azureus
43Laughing KookaburraDacelo novaeguineae
44(Sacred Kingfisher)Todiramphus sanctus

Falcons and Caracaras: Falconidae

45Brown FalconFalco berigora
46Peregrine FalconFalco peregrinus

Cockatoos: Cacatuidae

47Yellow-tailed Black-CockatooZanda funereus
48Glossy Black-CockatooCalyptorhynchus lathami
49GalahEolophus roseicapilla
50Little CorellaCacatua sanguinea
51Long-billed CorellaCacatua tenuirostris
52Sulphur-crested CockatooCacatua galerita

Parrots: Psittaculidae

53Australian King-ParrotAlisterus scapularis
54Crimson RosellaPlatycercus elegans
55Eastern RosellaPlatycercus eximius
56Pale-headed RosellaPlatycercus adscitus
57&Little LorikeetlParvipsitta pusilla
58Scaly-breasted LorikeetTrichoglossus chlorolepidotus
59Rainbow LorikeetTrichoglossus moluccanus

Pittas: Pittidae

60Noisy PittaPitta versicolor

Lyrebirds: Menuridae

61Albert's LyrebirdMenura alberti

Scrub-birds: Atrichornithidae

62Rufous Scrub-birdAtrichornis rufescens

Bowerbirds: Ptilonorhynchidae

63Green CatbirdAiluroedus crassirostris
64Regent BowerbirdSericulus chrysocephalus
65Satin BowerbirdPtilonorhynchus violaceus

Australasian Treecreepers: Climacteridae

66White-throated TreecreeperCormobates leucophaea
67Red-browed TreecreeperClimacteris erythrops

Fairywrens: Maluridae

68Variegated FairywrenMalurus lamberti
69Superb FairywrenMalurus cyaneus
70Red-backed FairywrenMalurus melanocephalus

Honeyeaters: Meliphagidae

71Eastern SpinebillAcanthorhynchus tenuirostris
72Lewin's HoneyeaterMeliphaga lewinii
73Yellow-faced HoneyeaterCaligavis chrysops
74Bell MinerManorina melanophrys
75Noisy MinerManorina melanocephala
76&Red WattlebirdlAnthochaera carunculata
77Scarlet MyzomelaMyzomela sanguinolenta
78Brown HoneyeaterLichmera indistincta
79Blue-faced HoneyeaterEntomyzon cyanotis
80White-naped HoneyeaterMelithreptus lunatus
81White-throated HoneyeaterMelithreptus albogularis
82Noisy FriarbirdPhilemon corniculatus

Pardalotes: Pardalotidae

83Spotted PardalotePardalotus punctatus
84Striated PardalotePardalotus striatus

Thornbills and Allies: Acanthizidae

85Yellow-throated ScrubwrenNeosericornis citreogularis
86White-browed ScrubwrenSericornis frontalis
87Large-billed ScrubwrenSericornis magnirostra
88Yellow-rumped ThornbillAcanthiza chrysorrhoa
89Yellow ThornbillAcanthiza nana
90Striated ThornbillAcanthiza lineata
91Brown ThornbillAcanthiza pusilla
92Buff-rumped ThornbillAcanthiza reguloides
93Brown GerygoneGerygone mouki
94White-throated GerygoneGerygone olivacea

Logrunners: Orthonychidae

95Australian LogrunnerOrthonyx temminckii

Quail-thrushes and Jewel-babblers: Cinclosomatidae

96Spotted Quail-thrushCinclosoma punctatum

Cuckooshrikes: Campephagidae

97&Barred CuckooshrikelCoracina lineata
98Black-faced CuckooshrikeCoracina novaehollandiae
99Varied TrillerLalage leucomela
100Common CicadabirdEdolisoma tenuirostre

Whipbirds and Wedgebills: Psophodidae

101Eastern WhipbirdPsophodes olivaceus

Shrike-tit: Falcunculidae

102Eastern Shrike-titFalcunculus frontatus

Whistlers and Allies: Pachycephalidae

103Gray ShrikethrushColluricincla harmonica
104Rufous ShrikethrushColluricincla rufogaster
105Olive WhistlerPachycephala olivacea
106Golden WhistlerPachycephala pectoralis
107Rufous WhistlerPachycephala rufiventris

Old World Orioles: Oriolidae

108Olive-backed OrioleOriolus sagittatus
109Australasian FigbirdSphecotheres vieilloti

Woodswallows, Bellmagpies, and Allies: Artamidae

110Masked WoodswallowArtamus personatus
111Gray ButcherbirdCracticus torquatus
112Pied ButcherbirdCracticus nigrogularis
113Australian MagpieGymnorhina tibicen
114Pied CurrawongStrepera graculina

Fantails: Rhipiduridae

115Willie-wagtailRhipidura leucophrys
116Australian Rufous FantailRhipidura rufifrons
117Gray FantailRhipidura albiscapa

Drongos: Dicruridae

118Spangled DrongoDicrurus bracteatus

Birds-of-paradise: Paradisaeidae

119Paradise RiflebirdPtiloris paradiseus

Monarch Flycatchers: Monarchidae

120White-eared MonarchCarterornis leucotis
121Black-faced MonarchMonarcha melanopsis
122Spectacled MonarchSymposiachrus trivirgatus
123Magpie-larkGrallina cyanoleuca
124Leaden FlycatcherMyiagra rubecula

Crows, Jays, and Magpies: Corvidae

125Torresian CrowCorvus orru

Australasian Robins: Petroicidae

126Rose RobinPetroica rosea
127Eastern Yellow RobinEopsaltria australis
128Pale-yellow RobinEopsaltria capito

Swallows: Hirundinidae

129Welcome SwallowHirundo neoxena
130Fairy MartinPetrochelidon ariel
131Tree MartinPetrochelidon nigricans

White-eyes, Yuhinas, and Allies: Zosteropidae

132SilvereyeZosterops lateralis

Starlings: Sturnidae

133European StarlingSturnus vulgaris
134Common MynaAcridotheres tristis

Thrushes and Allies: Turdidae

135Bassian ThrushZoothera lunulata
136Russet-tailed ThrushZoothera heinei

Flowerpeckers: Dicaeidae

137&MistletoebirdlDicaeum hirundinaceum

Waxbills and Allies: Estrildidae

138Red-browed FiretailNeochmia temporalis


 *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 Visitor1
\\Austral Visitor0
##Non-breeding Dispersal0
()Breeding Season Only4


NTNear Threatened0
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.