Birdwatching in Wagga Wagga

The Birds of Livingstone National Park

This is a list of species recorded in and around Livingstone National Park to date. A more thorough (though less recent) list can be found in the park’s management plan.

Australasian Pipit
Australian Magpie
Australian Raven
Australian Wood-Duck
Black-Faced Cuckoo-Shrike
Brown Falcon
Brown Songlark
Brown Treecreeper
Buff-Rumped Thornbill
Common Bronzewing
*Common Starling
Crested Pigeon
Crested (Eastern) Shrike-Tit
Crimson Rosella
Diamond Firetail
Dusky Woodswallow
Eastern Rosella
Eastern Yellow Robin
Fairy Martin
Fuscous Honeyeater
Golden Whistler
Grey-Crowned Babbler
Grey Fantail
Grey Shrike-Thrush
Hooded Robin
Jacky Winter
Laughing Kookaburra
Leaden Flycatcher
Little Grassbird
Little Raven
Long-Billed Corella
Masked Lapwing
Nankeen Kestrel
Noisy Miner
Pacific Black Duck
Peaceful Dove
Pied Currawong
Rainbow Bee-Eater
Red-Rumped Parrot
Red-Capped Robin
Red Wattlebird
Restless Flycatcher
Rufous Songlark
Rufous Whistler
Scarlet Robin
Southern Whiteface
Speckled Warbler
Straw-Necked Ibis
Striated Pardalote
Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo
Superb Fairy-Wren
Superb Parrot
Tree Martin
Varied Sittella
Wedge-Tailed Eagle
Welcome Swallow
Western Gerygone
White-Bellied Cuckoo-Shrike
White-Browed Babbler
White-Browed Woodswallow
White-Faced Heron
White-Plumed Honeyeater
White-Throated Treecreeper
White-Winged Chough
White-Winged Triller
Willie Wagtail
Yellow Rosella
Yellow Thornbill
Yellow-Rumped Thornbill
Yellow-Tufted Honeyeater

Total: 75 Species (74 Native, 1 Introduced)


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