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Birds seen regularly

in the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens

Bird species seen or heard and logged at less than 70% but more than 40% of bird walks by members of Wildlife Qld (Sunshine Coast branch) between 2009 and April 2019 are listed below.


The sound  

of birds   

       stops the        

noise in my     



Carly Simon

Still under construction! 

More research needed, more info sheets to organise, bird calls to be recorded, and the webpage completed.

If you would like to help get this finished soon, please talk to Kerry or Tony, or email us at

You will love working on this

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Plays a brief bird call for this species

Info about species

& where you may find them in the Gardens

Grey Shrike Thrush

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White-throated Honeyeater

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Bar-shouldered Dove 

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Pied Butcherbird 

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Scaly-breasted Lorikeet

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Spectacled Monarch

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Australian King Parrot

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Striated Thornbill 

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Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike 

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Pale-headed Rosella

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Shining-bronze Cuckoo

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Large-billed Scrubwren

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Australasian Grebe

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Variegated Fairy-wren 

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Pacific Black Duck

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Sulphur-crested Cockatoo

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Yellow-faced Honeyeater

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Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo

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