Birds of Black Mountain

Mountain is home to a variety of bird species. Some live in Canberra all year round and others are seasonal visitors. Look and listen as you walk, run and enjoy the slopes of Black Mountain.

You may have to look and listen a little harder to spot some of the following species marked with Red button

All images are by Con Boekel

Australian King ParrotAustralian King Parrot

 

Australian Wood Duck
Australian Wood Duck Red button

 

Brown-headed HoneyeaterBrown-headed Honeyeater Red button

 

Crested pigeonCrested pigeon Red button

 

Eastern RosellaEastern Rosella

 

GalahGalah

 

Grey CurrowongGrey Currawong Red button

 

Pacific Black DuckPacific Black Duck

 

Red Wattle BirdRed Wattle Bird

 

Speckled WarblerSpeckled Warbler Red button

 

Striated ThornbillStriated Thornbill

 

Superb Fairy-wrenSuperb Fairy-wren

 

White-winged ChoughWhite-winged Chough

 

Australian RavenAustralian Raven

 

Buff-rumped ThornbillBuff-rumped Thornbill

 

Brown GoshawkBrown Goshawk

 

Crimson RosellaCrimson Rosella

 

Eastern SpinebillEastern Spinebill Red button

 

Grey Butcher BirdGrey Butcher Bird Red button

 

Grey FantailGrey Fantail

 

Red-browed FinchRed-browed Finch Red button

 

Pied CurrawongPied Currawong

 

Striated PardaloteStriated Pardalote Red button

 

Sulphur-crested CockatooSulphur-crested Cockatoo

 

Varied SitellaVaried Sitella

 

Yellow-faced HoneyeaterYellow-faced Honeyeater

 

ACT Parks and Conservation Friends of Black Mountain Molonglo Catchment Group   ACT Government This project was supported with funding made available by the ACT Government under the ACT Heritage Grants Program.