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Australia has about 800 species of bird, ranging from the tiny 8 cm Weebill to the huge, flightless Emu. In most gardens around Australia you will find an abundance of birds visiting flowers, singing in trees and sometime building nests. Many people are keen bird watchers and photographers. Come along and join this project to display the wonderful world of Birds.

  • Patrick Kavanagh identified a sighting

    Sighting Australian Ringneck

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    Sighted 2 Jul 2019
    Patrick Kavanagh 10 July 2019
    Barnardius zonarius
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    Taxonomy: Animalia: Chordata: Aves: Psittaciformes: Psittacidae: Barnardius: zonarius
    Common Names: Parrots, Lorikeets, Rosellas, Australian Ringneck
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  • Patrick Kavanagh added a sighting

    Australian Ringneck

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    Sighted 2 Jul 2019

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  • Anna Lanigan described a sighting

    Sighting End of an era?

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    Sighted 17 May 2019
    Anna Lanigan 23 May 2019
    Tagged With thanks everyone
    Anna Lanigan says

    Green light given for transfer of my files across to annalanigan on iNaturalist. See you all on the other side.

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  • Kate Sandiford described a sighting

    Sighting End of an era?

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    Sighted 17 May 2019
    Kate Sandiford 22 May 2019
    Kate Sandiford says

    Regarding my last post, it's not easy to fix these things on Bowerbird. I got through ?5 Wood Duck sightings and gave up. But I will be there on the other side.

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  • Kate Sandiford identified a sighting

    Sighting Australian Wood Duck

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    Sighted 21 Oct 2018
    Kate Sandiford 22 May 2019
    Anatidae
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    Taxonomy: Animalia: Chordata: Aves: Anseriformes: Anatidae
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  • Kate Sandiford identified a sighting

    Sighting Australian Wood Duck

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    Sighted 13 Sep 2018
    Kate Sandiford 22 May 2019
    Anatidae
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    Taxonomy: Animalia: Chordata: Aves: Anseriformes: Anatidae
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  • Kate Sandiford identified a sighting

    Sighting Australian Wood Duck

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    Sighted 19 Dec 2018
    Kate Sandiford 22 May 2019
    Anatidae
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    Taxonomy: Animalia: Chordata: Aves: Anseriformes: Anatidae
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  • Kate Sandiford identified a sighting

    Sighting Australian Wood Duck

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    Sighted 15 Feb 2019
    Kate Sandiford 22 May 2019
    Anatidae
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    Taxonomy: Animalia: Chordata: Aves: Anseriformes: Anatidae
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  • Kate Sandiford identified a sighting

    Sighting Hardhead

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    Sighted 9 Aug 2017
    Kate Sandiford 22 May 2019
    Anatidae
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    Taxonomy: Animalia: Chordata: Aves: Anseriformes: Anatidae
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  • Kate Sandiford described a sighting

    Sighting End of an era?

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    Sighted 17 May 2019
    Kate Sandiford 22 May 2019
    Kate Sandiford says

    Hi Anna, I'm glad you've decided to join the move to iNaturalist and I hope the responses here get you over the hurdle of joining. I've been watching the transfer closely and monitoring potential problems such as taxonomic issues (on Bowerbird, species lists couldn't be updated and some were missing). So far, the iNaturalist community has been very helpful with our transferred Bowerbird records. Folks we don’t yet know are updating the species that we couldn't. Your problem was ducks – most of the Anatidae were missing – yes a big problem! I know you know the southern ducks and so do I. So, in preparation, I’m going ID all your Wood Ducks, Teal etc. back to family level on Bowerbird. And I’ll join you on the other side to get them up to species level (although I suspect there a hoard of birders who will jump in first). Okay?

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