Birds seen on the northern beaches

Potential birds seen on the northern beaches

The area is home or visited by approximately 300 different species. This is about 40% of Australia’s bird species.

 

Dee Why Lagoon

Eastern Great Egret, Little Egret, Black Swan, Australia Pelican, Pacific Black Duck, Chestnut Teal, Grey Teal, Hardhead, Eurasian Coot, Australian Swamphen, Silver Gull, Caspian Tern, Cormorants, Osprey, Peregrine, Corella, Lorikeets, Yellow Thornbill, Whipbird, Grey Butcherbird, Olive-backed Oriole, Welcome Swallow, Tawny Grassbird, Red-browed Firetail

 

Long Reef Golf Course

Cormorants, Magpie, Hardhead, Australian Swamphen, Maned Duck, Masked Lapwing, Australian Pipit, Black-Shouldered Kite, Nankeen Kestrel, Little Wattlebird, Superb Fairy-wren, New Holland Honeyeater

 

Long Reef Aquatic Reserve

Cormorants, Red-necked Stint, Ruddy Turnstone, Sooty Oystercatcher, Grey-tailed Tattler, Pacific Golden Plover, Shearwater, Petrels, Albatross, Osprey, White-bellied Sea-Eagle

 

Warriewood Wetlands

Ducks, Teal, Cormorants, Rails and Crakes, Egrets and Herons, Goshawk, Cockatoos, Honeyeaters, Whipbirds, Australian Brush-Turkey, Brown Gerygone

 

Irrawong

Goshawk, Powerful Owl, Kingfisher, Dollarbird, Cockatoo, Honeyeater, Pardalotes, Scrubwren, Thornbill, Golden Whistler, Grey Fantail, Eastern Yellow Robin, Superb Lyrebird

 

Chiltern Trail

Kookaburra, Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo, Honeyeaters, Wattlebirds, Silvereye, Eastern Spinebill, Mistletoebird

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