The forest red-tailed black cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus banksii naso) are endemic to the southwest of Western Australia. Their status is currently listed as vulnerable as a result of habitat loss, fire, illegal shooting, and bees.
The slender tree frog is one of Australia’s most attractive frogs, Slender Tree Frogs (Litoria adelaidensis), are small Western Australian frogs. Inhabiting local lakes and wetlands in urban areas, they often cling to standing reeds.
The Cattle egret is a small, stocky white egret that follows livestock and large herbivores, feeding on insects disturbed by the foraging habits of the animals that give it their name.
Raucous, rambunctious, playful and mischievous are all words that describe Australia's Little Corellas. They are a common sight in many areas, including the urban areas of most Australian cities.
The unique Pink and Grey Galah (Eolophus roseicapilla) is one of Australia's most recognisable birds. Full of personality, Galahs are known for their comical and raucous behaviour.
Australasian Darters, also referred to as snakebirds, are slender, elegant waterbirds found in Australia's fresh or brackish water sources. They can be seen drying their wings along the banks of rivers, lakes and wetlands after diving for fish and other invertebrates.
The Motorbike Frog is the most common frog found in the southwest region of Western Australia found in local lakes and swamps. Getting its name from the call, which is reminiscent of a motorbike changing gears, they call in the breeding season.
If you live in Western Australia's southwest, you may never have seen this frog, but you may have heard its call. The origin of the common name, 'Pobblebonk', is the loud solitary bonk sound made during the breeding season. It is also called the Western Banjo Frog.
Common Bronzewing photo gallery. A solidly built Australian pigeon with beautiful iridescent bronze feathering on their wings in the light.