Taxonomically sorted images of Australian birds by many different photographers.
High quality photos and notes for hundreds of species of Australian birds.
Photos taken by a Dutch birder on two 6 week trips in Australia in 2001-2002; links to bird sounds.
Supports the study of Australia's birds, publishes a scientific journal "Corella", provides training to banders, and sells banding supplies to researchers.
Checklists, regional guides, rarities, and trip reports.
Searchable archive of messages from the mailing list for discussion of Australian wild birds.
Bird watching club in the Tweed Valley, NSW. Bird species lists, birding routes, locations, calendar of events, meetings, and projects.
Australian bird information including the Atlas of Australian Birds, recent sightings, threatened species, and membership information.
Photographs with short description of local bird life in a coastal region of northern NSW Australia.
A list of, and information on, the bird species found on Tasmania, including endemic and threatened bird species.
A directory by region of tours, bird clubs, freelance guides, bird-orientated accommodation, and reference information.
North Queensland bird photographs, birding sites, and lists.
Cumberland Bird Observers' Club site with outings, events, meetings, and conservation projects.
Club information, newsletter, photo gallery, trip reports, and information on watching and conserving Canberra's bird species.
David Hollands is an ornithologist, photographer, and author who has written three books on Australian birds. [Requires flash]
Bird lists, trip reports, and location information.
Includes information about the book "Birding Australia" and other resources for visiting birders.
Report of a trip by Jon Hornbuckle to Tasmania, New South Wales, and Victoria in November-December 1999. Detailed itinerary, directions, and annotated species list.
Trevor Hampel's observations and photographs of birds in the Murray Bridge district, South Australia, and occasionally in other parts of the country.
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