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Australian Bird Calls - Tropical North East

Australian Bird Calls - Tropical North East

David Stewart

The Tropical North-east region of Australia enjoys a very diverse range of bird species, and includes many of this country's most interesting birds. The region includes 18 endemic bird species and a feature of this CD is the presentation of a range of calls for this unique group. Where possible, a number of calls of each species are featured. Recordings of 83 species in total. 73 min.

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Common NameScientific Name
Southern CassowaryCasuarius casuarius
Great-billed HeronArdea sumatrana
Green Pygmy-GooseNettapus pulchellus
Cotton Pygmy-GooseNettapus coromandelianus
Grey GoshawkAccipiter novaehollandiae
Orange-footed ScrubfowlMegapodius reinwardt
Sarus CraneGrus antigone
Red-necked CrakeRallina tricolor
White-browed CrakePoliolimnas cinereus
Plain BushhenAmaurornis olivaceus
Great Australian Stone-CurlewEsacus magnirostris
Squatter PigeonGeophaps scripta
Superb Fruit-DovePtilinopus superbus
Pied Imperial-PigeonDucula bicolor
Palm CockatooProbosciger aterrimus
Double-eyed Fig-ParrotOpopsitta diophthalma
Red-cheeked ParrotGeoffroyus geoffroyi
Eclectus ParrotEclectus roratus
Golden-shouldered ParrotPsephotus chrysopterygius
Chestnut-breasted CuckooCacomantis castaneiventris
Fan-tailed Brush-CuckooCacomantis flabelliformis
Gould's Bronze-CuckooChalcites russatus
Little Bronze-CuckooChalcites minutillus
Lesser Sooty OwlTyto multipunctata
Rufous Hawk-OwlNinox rufa
Great Papuan FrogmouthPodargus papuensis
Marbled FrogmouthPodargus ocellatus
Large-tailed NightjarCaprimulgus macrurus
Little KingfisherAlcedo pusilla
Lesser Yellow-billed KingfisherSyma torotoro
White-tailed Paradise-KingfisherTanysiptera sylvia
Red-bellied PittaPitta erythrogaster
Slender-billed GreybirdCoracina tenuirostris
Varied TrillerLalage leucomela
Spalding's LogrunnerOrthonyx spaldingii
Lovely FairywrenMalurus amabilis
Common NameScientific Name
Australian FernwrenOreoscopus gutturalis
Tropical ScrubwrenSericornis beccarii
Atherton SericornisSericornis keri
Mountain ThornbillAcanthiza katherina
Fairy GerygoneGerygone palpebrosa
Large-billed GerygoneGerygone magnirostris
Black-winged MonarchMonarcha frater
Australian Pied MonarchArses kaupi
Australian Frilled MonarchArses telescophthalmus
Yellow-breasted BoatbillMachaerirhynchus flaviventer
Lemon-bellied FlycatcherMicroeca flavigaster
Yellow-legged FlyrobinMicroeca griseoceps
White-faced RobinTregellasia leucops
White-browed RobinPoecilodryas superciliosa
Ashy RobinHeteromyias albispecularis
Northern Scrub-RobinDrymodes superciliaris
Grey WhistlerPachycephala simplex
Bower's Shrike-ThrushColluricincla boweri
Olive-backed SunbirdCinnyris jugularis
Australian Pale White-eyeZosterops citrinellus
Green-backed HoneyeaterGlycichaera fallax
White-streaked HoneyeaterTrichodere cockerelli
Dusky MyzomelaMyzomela obscura
Graceful HoneyeaterMeliphaga gracilis
Yellow-spotted HoneyeaterMeliphaga notata
Yellow HoneyeaterLichenostomus flavus
Varied HoneyeaterLichenostomus versicolor
Eungella HoneyeaterLichenostomus hindwoodi
Bridled HoneyeaterLichenostomus frenatus
Tawny-breasted HoneyeaterXanthotis flaviventer
Macleay's HoneyeaterXanthotis macleayana
Helmeted FriarbirdPhilemon buceroides
Brown-backed HoneyeaterRamsayornis modestus
Black-backed ButcherbirdCracticus mentalis
Spotted CatbirdAiluroedus melanotis
Tooth-billed CatbirdScenopoeetes dentirostris
Common NameScientific Name
Newton's Golden BowerbirdPrionodura newtoniana
Fawn-breasted BowerbirdChlamydera cerviniventris
Australian TrumpetbirdPhonygammus keraudrenii
Victoria's RiflebirdPtiloris victoriae
Magnificent RiflebirdPtiloris magnificus
Australian Yellow OrioleOriolus flavocinctus
Green FigbirdSphecotheres viridis
Metallic StarlingAplonis metallica
Black-throated FinchPoephila cincta
Blue-faced ParrotfinchErythrura trichroa
Chestnut-breasted MuniaLonchura castaneothorax

Disclaimer The species list above is in systematic order, the taxonomy and nomenclature of which generally follows the Wells World Birds list on Birder's Diary v3.0 (courtesy of Thayer Software: www.thayerbirding.com), with adaptations by WildSounds.
The Wells World Birds list is based on a classification created by Mic Wells.
Please note that the above list may not be in the same order or be a full and accurate representation of the species on the title concerned. We take due care to ensure the accuracy of the list, but should you find any errors, please notify us.

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