Birds at Licola Wilderness Village

Licola Wilderness Village and the surrounding Alpine National Park, State Forest, Scenic Reserves, Wilderness Areas, and Agricultural land hosts a wide range of habitat for native birds. Some of the birds that have been sighted here at the Village over the past years include;

Common name;

Australian Kestrel

Australian Magpie

Australian Pipit

Australian Reed Warbler

Bar-shouldered Dove

Black Duck

Blackbird

Black-faced cuckoo-shrike

Boobook Owl

Brown Goshawk

Brown Thornbill

Common bronzewing

Common Starling

Cormorant (Great)

Cormorant (Little pied)

Crested Pigeon

Crimson Rosella

Dusky Moorhen

Dusky Wood Swallow

Eurasian Coot

Flame Robin

Galah

Gang-Gang Cockatoo

Golden Finch

Golden Whistler

Great Cormorant

Grey Fantail

Grey Shrike-Thrush

Grey Teal

House Sparrow

Jacky Winter

King Parrot

Laughing Kookaburra

Leaden Flycatcher

Little Corella

Little Pied Cormorant

Little Raven

Magpie Lark

Masked Lapwing

Noisy Friarbird

Olive-Backed oriole

Peregrine Falcon

Pied Currawong

Red Wattlebird

Rufous Songlark

Rufous Whistler

Satin Bowerbird

Scarlet Robin

Silvereye

Spotted Pardalote

Striated Pardalote

Striated Thornbill

Superb Blue Fairy Wren

Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo

Tree Martin

Wedge-Tailed Eagle

Welcome Swallow

White Browed Scrubwren

White-Bellied Sea Eagle

White-Faced Heron

White-Throated Tree Creeper

White-Winged Chough

Willie Wagtail

Wood Duck

Yellow Robin

Yellow-faced Honeyeater

Yellow-rumped Thornbill