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Birds

I love our native birds. Living in Wedderburn, Vic we have an enormous variety around the area. With the kilometres of bush tracks and state forest, there is always something to see.

I hope to add as many varieties here as I can with plenty of photos.

Sulphur Crested Cockatoo

Sulphur Crested Cockatoo

The Sulphur Crested Cockatoo could almost be classified as an Australian icon. Their raucous calls and humorous behaviour makes them a much loved bird. Some

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Tawny Frogmouth

Tawny Frogmouth

Tawny Frogmouths would be one of the most difficult birds to spot in the bush. They are amazingly well camouflaged and tend to sit in

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Wedge Tail Eagle

Wedge Tailed Eagle

The Wedge Tailed Eagle is an iconic bird in Australia. You can often see them soaring high in the skies riding the thermals. They are

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White Browed Babbler

White Browed Babbler

These noisy birds are often found in groups through the bush.  They particularly seem to love prickly bushes low to the ground when making all

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White Necked Heron

White Necked Heron

The White Necked Heron or Pacific Heron is found around dams and waterways in most of the areas where I have travelled. They are certainly

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Yellow Tufted Honeyeater

Yellow Tufted Honeyeater

The Yellow Tufted Honeyeater is one of the prettiest birds you’ll find in the bush. They are reasonably common in a lot of areas. Wikipedia Description

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