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153 species

Acanthiza pusilla (Brown Thornbill)

Acanthiza pusilla
Acanthiza pusilla
Acanthiza pusilla

Accipiter fasciatus (Brown Goshawk)

Accipiter fasciatus
Accipiter fasciatus
Accipiter fasciatus

Aegotheles cristatus (Australian Owlet-nightjar)

Aegotheles cristatus
Aegotheles cristatus
Aegotheles cristatus

Alectura lathami (Australian Brush-turkey)

Alectura lathami
Alectura lathami
Alectura lathami

Amaurornis moluccana (Pale-vented Bush-hen)

Amaurornis moluccana

Anarhynchus ruficapillus (Red-capped Plover)

Anarhynchus ruficapillus
Anarhynchus ruficapillus
Anarhynchus ruficapillus

Anas platyrhynchos (Mallard (Domestic Type))

Anas platyrhynchos
Anas platyrhynchos
Anas platyrhynchos

Anas superciliosa (Pacific Black Duck)

Anas superciliosa
Anas superciliosa
Anas superciliosa

Anous albivitta (Grey Ternlet)

Anous albivitta
Anous albivitta
Anous albivitta

Anous minutus (Black Noddy)

Anous minutus
Anous minutus
Anous minutus

Anous stolidus (Common Noddy)

Anous stolidus
Anous stolidus
Anous stolidus

Anthochaera chrysoptera (Little Wattlebird)

Anthochaera chrysoptera
Anthochaera chrysoptera
Anthochaera chrysoptera

Anthus australis (Australian Pipit)

Anthus australis
Anthus australis
Anthus australis

Ardea alba (Great Egret)

Ardea alba
Ardea alba
Ardea alba

Ardea pacifica (White-necked Heron)

Ardea pacifica
Ardea pacifica
Ardea pacifica

Ardenna carneipes (Flesh-footed Shearwater)

Ardenna carneipes
Ardenna carneipes

Ardenna pacifica (Wedge-tailed Shearwater)

Ardenna pacifica
Ardenna pacifica
Ardenna pacifica

Arenaria interpres (Ruddy Turnstone)

Arenaria interpres
Arenaria interpres
Arenaria interpres

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