My Bird List

Black-shouldered Kite, Moolort Plains, 9th July 2011

The following page is my complete and up to date list of bird observations from the Newstead area. It dates back to the mid 1980’s.

I would love to hear of any interesting new bird sightings including those that add to the list below. To view other interesting local lists click here.

Nankeen Kestrel, Moolort Plains

Brown Quail Sulphur-crested Cockatoo Eastern Spinebill
Australian Wood Duck Rainbow Lorikeet White-fronted Chat
Musk Duck Little Lorikeet Jacky Winter
Black Swan Purple-crowned Lorikeet Flame Robin
Australian Shelduck Musk Lorikeet Scarlet Robin
Hardhead Swift Parrot Red-capped Robin
Pacific Black Duck Crimson Rosella Eastern Yellow Robin
Grey Teal Eastern Rosella Hooded Robin
Chestnut Teal Red-rumped Parrot White-browed Babbler
Hoary-headed Grebe Pallid Cuckoo Spotted Quail-thrush
Australasian Grebe Fan-tailed Cuckoo Varied Sittella
Darter Horsfield’s Bronze-cuckoo Crested Shrike-tit
Great Cormorant Shining Bronze-cuckoo Golden Whistler
Little Black Cormorant Black-eared Cuckoo Rufous Whistler
Pied Cormorant Powerful Owl Grey Shrike-thrush
Little Pied Cormorant Barking Owl Restless Flycatcher
Australian Pelican Southern Boobook Willie Wagtail
White-necked Heron Barn Owl Grey Fantail
White-faced Heron Tawny Frogmouth Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike
Cattle Egret Australian Owlet-nightjar White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike
Great Egret Fork –tailed Swift White-winged Triller
Nankeen Night Heron White-throated Needletail Olive-backed Oriole
Straw-necked Ibis Laughing Kookaburra White-browed Woodswallow
Australian White Ibis Sacred Kingfisher Masked Woodswallow
Yellow-billed Spoonbill Rainbow Bee-eater Dusky Woodswallow
Black-shouldered Kite Painted Honeyeater White-breasted Woodswallow
Black Kite White-throated Treecreeper Magpie-lark
Whistling Kite Brown Treecreeper Australian Magpie
Collared Sparrowhawk Superb Fairy-wren Pied Currawong
Brown Goshawk Spotted Pardalote Grey Currawong
Little Eagle Striated Pardalote Australian Raven
Wedge-tailed Eagle White-browed Scrub-wren Little Raven
Swamp Harrier Chestnut-rumped Heathwren White-winged Chough
Brown Falcon Speckled Warbler Richard’s Pipit
Australian Kestrel Western Gerygone Common Skylark*
Peregrine Falcon White-throated Gerygone Red-browed Firetail
Australian Hobby Brown Thornbill Diamond Firetail
Dusky Moorhen Buff-rumped Thornbill European Goldfinch*
Purple Swamphen Yellow-rumped Thornbill House Sparrow*
Eurasian Coot Striated Thornbill Mistletoebird
Black-tailed Native Hen Yellow Thornbill Welcome Swallow
Painted Button-Quail Weebill Tree Martin
Black-winged Stilt Southern Whiteface Fairy Martin
Red-capped Plover Red Wattlebird White-backed Swallow
Black-fronted Plover Regent Honeyeater Clamorous Reed-warbler
Masked Lapwing Noisy Miner Little Grassbird
Silver Gull Yellow-faced Honeyeater Brown Songlark
Whiskered Tern White-eared Honeyeater Rufous Songlark
Spotted Turtle-dove* Yellow-tufted Honeyeater Silvereye
Feral Pigeon* Fuscous Honeyeater Common Blackbird*
Peaceful Dove White-plumed Honeyeater Common Starling*
Common Bronzewing Black-chinned Honeyeater Common Mynah*
Crested Pigeon Brown-headed Honeyeater Pink-eared Duck
Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo White-naped Honeyeater Little Egret
Galah New Holland Honeyeater Noisy Friarbird
Long-billed Corella Crescent Honeyeater Brolga
Cockatiel Spotted Harrier Crested Bellbird
Satin Flycatcher Black Honeyeater Singing Bushlark
Blue-faced Honeyeater Black Falcon White-bellied Sea-eagle
Zebra Finch Tawny-crowned Honeyeater Blue-winged Parrot
Great Crested Grebe Intermediate Egret Blue-winged Shoveler
Little Corella Black-winged Stilt Latham’s Snipe
Red-kneed Dotterel Whiskered Tern Square-tailed Kite
Blue-billed Duck  Stubble Quail Dollarbird
Scarlet Honeyeater  Painted Snipe Australian Spotted Crake
Sharp-tailed Sandpiper Royal Spoonbill Buff-banded Rail
Banded Lapwing Glossy Ibis Pectoral Sandpiper
Leaden Flycatcher Wood Sandpiper Double-banded Plover
Curlew Sandpiper Red-necked Stint White-throated Nightjar
Caspian Tern Golden-headed Cisticola Red-necked Avocet
Spotted Nightjar Gang-gang Cockatoo White-fronted Honeyeater
Freckled Duck Singing Honeyeater Common Greenshank
Marsh Sandpiper Grey Butcherbird Eastern Koel
Little Button-quail White-winged Black Tern Rose Robin
Yellow-plumed Honeyeater Crimson Chat Banded Stilt
Grey Goshawk Gull-billed Tern Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater

228 species

3 responses to “My Bird List

  1. Pingback: 200 up! | Natural Newstead

  2. I saw an idea on Facebook recently to use old shoes nailed to a trunk as nestboxes. I have started such an experiment here in Yandoit. Any idea what I might expect in a size 9? Which would be better – vertical (opening at the top) or horizontal?

  3. Hi John, good luck with the experiment. Not sure if I can provide any sensible advice other than to try a few different combinations! Will be fascinated to hear the results. Perhaps I could drop by for a visit some time to see how it’s going?
    All the best, geoff

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