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BIRD OF THE WEEK: How to attract honeyeaters to your yard

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Honeyeaters are one of the largest groups of bird in Australia.

BIRD OF THE WEEK: Learn more about black-fronted dotterel

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It disguises its eggs with clever colouring and deploys some distinctive behaviour...

BIRD OF THE WEEK: A social little finch

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They are very particular when it comes to choosing a mate and the male will offer...

BIRD OF THE WEEK: Where to see the pied oystercatcher

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The shy bird has a strong, specialy adapted bill to prise open shellfish

BIRD OF THE WEEK: Noisy by name, noisy by nature

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This ‘cackling’ nectar eater is widespread around the Bundaberg region

The incredible nesting habits of the forest kingfisher

Premium Content The incredible nesting habits of the forest kingfisher

“They fly with such force into the termite nest that deaths from a broken neck have...

Crested pigeons put on an amazing courtship display

Premium Content Crested pigeons put on an amazing courtship display

They build a rough platform of twigs for a nest, quite low to the ground, and both...

RARE SIGHT: Bird colouration not always black and white

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Have you seen a bird with a different colour scheme to usual? This could be why

TAWNY FROGMOUTH: Invisible by day and silent by night

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This nocturnal bird has employs an effective disguise trick that can make them very...

COLOURFUL CHARACTER: A bird as beautiful as any flower

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The rose-crowned fruit dove is a stunning sight for those lucky enough to catch a...

DOLLARBIRD: A cashed up migrant from PNG

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PLUS: How you can learn more about the birds in your backyard with a special...

Don’t let the name fool you, this drongo isn’t silly

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These industrious birds build a ‘hammock’ nest of twigs, vine tendrils and grasses...

The little bird that can swim like a fish

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Flocks hunt for food together and will sometimes co-operate with other birds such...

SPICE FINCH: Cage escapee establishes a population

Premium Content SPICE FINCH: Cage escapee establishes a population

It is one of several species of finch that can be found in the area

World’s largest cuckoo visits Bundaberg

Premium Content World’s largest cuckoo visits Bundaberg

This spring migrant is notorious for calling all night long during the breeding...

You know summer is coming when you start to hear this sound

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STORMBIRD: Each spring this bird migrates from PNG and Indonesia to breed in...

Kooky coucal: Not a pheasant but a cuckoo

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These clumsy looking birds have some “rather odd” behaviours and unusual habits

Get to know the majestic white-bellied sea eagle

Premium Content Get to know the majestic white-bellied sea eagle

The best places to see this bird is around the coast from Moore Park to Elliott...

Quirky character: Unmasking the ‘plover’

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While it still visits waterways it is often seen in urban areas where it has...

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