313 birds found
The Australian raven, Corvus coronoides, belongs to the genus Corvus which includes around 45 widely distributed species from the family Corvidae (aka. the Corvids). Like most of its relatives, the Australian Raven has largely black plumage, though some of its upper parts have a glossy purple, blue and green sheen. Strong in shape and form with a powerful heavy-set beak, the Australian raven is a highly adaptable species that lives in both natural and urban environments.
Avocets and stilts
A conservation success story reintroduced this elegant wading bird back to our shores after the second World War.
Petrels and shearwaters
Balearic Shearwaters are one of the rarest birds in Europe and are one of the two bird species listed as Critically Endangered.
This small but long tailed, large headed warbler, is a resident of the Balearic Islands in the western Mediterranean where it is common, although is not present on the island of Menorca.
Sandpipers, snipes and phalaropes
A large wading bird, notorious for the boldness of breeding individuals.
Ducks, geese and swans
A highly sociable and unmistakable member of the goose family, often seen and heard flying in long, noisy packs and lines.
The bearded tit, also known by is more accurate name of Bearded Reedling is an extremely localised bird found predominantly in reedbeds.
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