Bird Watching 

 

Woodlands in South Eastern Australia are renowned for their rich and varying birdlife. Unfortunately 1 in 5 woodlands birds are threatened or decline. Although only 13% of native vegetation cover remains. The South East of South Australia provides significant habitat for a diverse range of woodland birds, including several threatened species

Padthaway Caravan Park is a sancutary for local birdlife. For more information on the local birds, please download the Woodlands Birds - South East PDF brochure.

Here is a list of all the birds that have been sighted in the Padthaway Conservation Park (updated 2020).

 

*All Photos by Luke Leddy  

  1. Australasian pipit

  2. Australian hobby

  3. Australian magpie

  4. Australian owlet-nightjar

  5. Australian raven

  6. Australian ringneck (Mallee race)

  7. Australian shelduck

  8. Australian white Ibis (Flying over)

  9. Australian wood duck

  10. Black kite

  11. Black-eared cuckoo (Rare)

  12. Black-faced cuckooshrike

  13. Black-shouldered kite

  14. Blue-winged parrot

  15. Brown falcon

  16. Brown goshawk

  17. Brown quail

  18. Brown thornbill

  19. Brown treecreeper

  20. Brown-headed honeyeater

  21. Buff-rumped thornbill

  22. Collared sparrowhawk

  23. Common blackbird

  24. Common bronzewing

  25. Crested pigeon

  26. Crimson rosella

  27. Dusky woodswallow

  28. Eastern barn owl

  29. Eastern rosella

  30. Eastern spinebill

  31. Emu

  32. Fan-tailed cuckoo

  33. Galah

  34. Australian golden whistler

  35. Grey butcherbird

  36. Grey currawong

  37. Grey fantail

  38. Grey shrikethrush

  39. Horsfield's bronze-cuckoo

  40. House sparrow

  41. Hooded robin

  42. Jacky winter

  43. Laughing kookaburra

  44. Little corella

  45. Little eagle

  46. Little raven

  47. Little wattlebird

  48. Long-billed corella

  49. Magpie-lark

  50. Masked Woodswallow

  51. Mistletoebird

  52. Musk lorikeet

  53. Nankeen kestrel

  54. New Holland honeyeater

  55. Noisy miner

  56. Peaceful dove

  57. Peregrine falcon

  58. Rainbow lorikeet

  59. Red wattlebird

  60. Red-rumped parrot

  61. Red-tailed black-cockatoo           (Endangered)

  62. Restless flycatcher

  63. Rock dove

  64. Rufous songlark

  65. Rufous whistler

  66. Sacred kingfisher

  67. Scarlet robin

  68. Shining-Bronze cuckoo

  69. Shy heathwren

  70. Silvereye

  71. Southern boobook

  72. Spotted pardalote

  73. Straw-necked ibis (Flying over)

  74. Striated pardalote

  75. Sulphur-crested cockatoo

  76. Superb fairy-wren

  77. Tawny frogmouth

  78. Tawny-crowned honeyeater

  79. Tree martin

  80. Varied sittella

  81. Variegated fairy-wren

  82. Wedge-tailed eagle

  83. Weebill

  84. Welcome swallow

  85. Whistling kite

  86. White-browed Scrubwren

  87. White-browed woodswallow 

  88. White-eared honeyeater

  89. White-fronted chat

  90. White-fronted honeyeater (Rare)

  91. White-naped honeyeater

  92. White-plumed honeyeater

  93. White-throated gerygone (Rare)

  94. White-throated needletail (Flying  over)

  95. White-throated treecreeper

  96. White-winged triller

  97. Willie wagtail

  98. Yellow-faced honeyeater

  99. Yellow-plumed honeyeater (Rare)

  100. Yellow-tailed black-cockatoo

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