List of birds of Queensland


List of birds of Queensland

Queensland is the second-largest State in Australia but has the greatest biodiversity, with over 630 species of bird recorded (far more than closest-rivals New South Wales or West Australia with both around 550) The sum total for continental Australia (including Tasmania) is approximately 815 species.The high avian biodiversity is probably a reflection of the wide variety of habitats, from deserts to rainforests, mangroves to mulga, Queensland is a birders paradise.

This list is based on the classification by Sibley and Monroe 1996 (though there has been a recent (2008) extensive revision of Australian birds by Christidis & Boles [http://www.publish.csiro.au/pid/5702.htm] ) which has resulted in some 'lumping' and 'splitting').

Those species labelled "Endemic" are endemic to mainland Australia, there are 22 species that are only found in Queensland, these are annotated with an asterisk.

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Struthioniformes

Casuariidae (Cassowaries, Emu)

*Southern Cassowary, "Casuarius casuarius" - Vulnerable
*Emu, "Dromaius novaehollandiae" - endemic

Craciformes

Megapodiidae (Megapodes)

*Australian Brush-turkey, "Alectura lathami" - endemic
*Orange-footed Scrubfowl, "Megapodius reinwardt"

Galliformes

Phasianidae (Pheasants & allies)

*Stubble Quail, "Coturnix pectoralis" - endemic
*Brown Quail, "Coturnix ypsilophora"
*Blue-breasted Quail, "Coturnix chinensis"
*Red Junglefowl, "Gallus gallus" - Introduced species
*Indian Peafowl, "Pavo cristatus" - Introduced species

Anseriformes

Anseranatidae (Magpie Goose)

*Magpie Goose, "Anseranas semipalmata"

Dendrocygnidae (Whistling-ducks)

*Spotted Whistling-Duck, "Dendrocygna guttata" - Rare/Accidental
*Plumed Whistling-Duck, "Dendrocygna eytoni" - endemic
*Wandering Whistling-Duck, "Dendrocygna arcuata"

Anatidae (Ducks, Geese & Swans)

*Black Swan, "Cygnus atratus"
*Freckled Duck, "Stictonetta naevosa" - endemic
*Australian Shelduck, "Tadorna tadornoides" - endemic
*Radjah Shelduck, "Tadorna radjah"
*Green Pygmy-goose, "Nettapus pulchellus"
*Cotton Pygmy-goose, "Nettapus coromandelianus"
*Maned Duck, "Chenonetta jubata" - endemic
*Grey Teal, "Anas gracilis"
*Chestnut Teal, "Anas castanea" - endemic
*Mallard, "Anas platyrhynchos" - Introduced species
*Pacific Black Duck, "Anas superciliosa"
*Garganey, "Anas querquedula"
*Australian Shoveler, "Anas rhynchotis"
*Pink-eared Duck, "Malacorhynchus membranaceus" - endemic
*White-eyed Duck, "Aythya australis"
*Blue-billed Duck, "Oxyura australis" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Musk Duck, "Biziura lobata" - endemic

Turniciformes

Turnicidae (Buttonquail)

*Red-backed Buttonquail, "Turnix maculosus"
*Black-breasted Buttonquail, "Turnix melanogaster" - endemic - Vulnerable
*Buff-breasted Buttonquail, "Turnix olivii" - endemic - Endangered
*Painted Buttonquail, "Turnix varius"
*Red-chested Buttonquail, "Turnix pyrrhothorax" - endemic
*Little Buttonquail, "Turnix velox" - endemic

Coraciiformes

Coraciidae (Rollers)

*Dollarbird, "Eurystomus orientalis"

Coraciiformes

Alcedinidae (River Kingfishers)

*Azure Kingfisher, "Alcedo azurea"
*Little Kingfisher, "Alcedo pusilla"

Coraciiformes

Halcyonidae (Tree Kingfishers)

*Laughing Kookaburra, "Dacelo novaeguineae" - endemic
*Blue-winged Kookaburra, "Dacelo leachii"
*Forest Kingfisher, "Todiramphus macleayii"
*Red-backed Kingfisher, "Todiramphus pyrrhopygius" - endemic
*Collared Kingfisher, "Todiramphus chloris"
*Sacred Kingfisher, "Todiramphus sanctus"
*Yellow-billed Kingfisher, "Syma torotoro"
*Buff-breasted Paradise-Kingfisher, "Tanysiptera sylvia"

Meropidae (Bee-eaters)

*Rainbow Bee-eater, "Merops ornatus"

Cuculiformes

Cuculidae (Cuckoos)

*Himalayan Cuckoo, "Cuculus saturatus"
*Oriental Cuckoo, "Cuculus optatus"
*Pallid Cuckoo, "Cuculus pallidus"
*Brush Cuckoo, "Cacomantis variolosus"
*Chestnut-breasted Cuckoo, "Cacomantis castaneiventris"
*Fan-tailed Cuckoo, "Cacomantis flabelliformis"
*Black-eared Cuckoo, "Chrysococcyx osculans" - endemic
*Horsfield's Bronze-Cuckoo, "Chrysococcyx basalis"
*Shining Bronze-Cuckoo, "Chrysococcyx lucidus"
*Little Bronze-Cuckoo, "Chrysococcyx minutillus"
*Asian Koel, "Eudynamys scolopaceus"
*Australian Koel, "Eudynamys cyanocephalus"
*Channel-billed Cuckoo, "Scythrops novaehollandiae"

Centropodidae (Coucals)

*Pheasant Coucal, "Centropus phasianinus"

Psittaciformes

Cacatuidae (Cockatoos)

*Palm Cockatoo, "Probosciger aterrimus"
*Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo, "Calyptorhynchus banksii" - endemic
*Glossy Black-Cockatoo, "Calyptorhynchus lathami" - endemic
*Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo, "Calyptorhynchus funereus" - endemic
*Galah, "Eolophus roseicapilla"
*Little Corella, "Cacatua sanguinea"
*Pink Cockatoo, "Cacatua leadbeateri" - endemic
*Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, "Cacatua galerita"
*Cockatiel, "Nymphicus hollandicus" - endemic

Psittacidae (Parrots)

*Rainbow Lorikeet, "Trichoglossus haematodus"
*Scaly-breasted Lorikeet, "Trichoglossus chlorolepidotus" - endemic
*Varied Lorikeet, "Psitteuteles versicolor" - endemic
*Musk Lorikeet, "Glossopsitta concinna" - endemic
*Little Lorikeet, "Glossopsitta pusilla" - endemic
*Purple-crowned Lorikeet, "Glossopsitta porphyrocephala" - endemic
*Double-eyed Fig-Parrot, "Cyclopsitta diophthalma"
*Port Lincoln Parrot, "Barnardius zonarius" - endemic
*Mallee Ringneck, "Barnardius barnardi" - endemic
*Crimson Rosella, "Platycercus elegans" - endemic
*Northern Rosella, "Platycercus venustus" - endemic
*Eastern Rosella, "Platycercus eximius" - endemic
*Pale-headed Rosella, "Platycercus adscitus" - endemic
*Mulga Parrot, "Psephotus varius" - endemic
*Red-rumped Parrot, "Psephotus haematonotus" - endemic
*Golden-shouldered Parrot, "Psephotus chrysopterygius" - endemic* - Endangered
*Bluebonnet, "Northiella haematogaster" - endemic
*Bourke's Parrot, "Neophema bourkii" - endemic
*Blue-winged Parrot, "Neophema chrysostoma" - endemic
*Turquoise Parrot, "Neophema pulchella" - endemic
*Scarlet-chested Parrot, "Neophema splendida" - endemic
*Swift Parrot, "Lathamus discolor" - endemic - Endangered
*Budgerigar, "Melopsittacus undulatus" - endemic
*Ground Parrot, "Pezoporus wallicus" - endemic
*Night Parrot, "Geopsittacus occidentalis" - endemic Critically endangered
*Red-cheeked Parrot, "Geoffroyus geoffroyi"
*Eclectus Parrot, "Eclectus roratus"
*Australian King-Parrot, "Alisterus scapularis" - endemic
*Red-winged Parrot, "Aprosmictus erythropterus"
*Alexandra's Parrot, "Polytelis alexandrae" - endemic - Near-threatened

Apodiformes

Apodidae (Swifts & Swiftlets)

*Glossy Swiftlet, "Collocalia esculenta" - Rare/Accidental
*Australian Swiftlet, "Aerodramus terraereginae" - endemic*
*Chillagoe Swiftlet, "Aerodramus chillagoensis" - endemic*
*Uniform Swiftlet, "Collocalia vanikorensis" - Rare/Accidental
*Papuan Needletail, "Mearnsia novaeguineae" - Rare/Accidental
*White-throated Needletail, "Hirundapus caudacutus"
*Fork-tailed Swift, "Apus pacificus"
*Little Swift, "Apus affinis" - Rare/Accidental
*House Swift, "Apus nipalensis" - Rare/Accidental

Strigiformes

Tytonidae (Barn Owls)

*Greater Sooty-owl, "Tyto tenebricosa"
*Lesser Sooty-owl, "Tyto multipunctata" - endemic*
*Australian Masked-owl, "Tyto novaehollandiae"
*Australasian Grass-owl, "Tyto longimembris"
*Barn Owl, "Tyto alba"

Strigidae (Typical Owls)

*Rufous Owl, "Ninox rufa"
*Powerful Owl, "Ninox strenua" - endemic
*Barking Owl, "Ninox connivens"
*Southern Boobook, "Ninox boobook"

Aegothelidae (Owlet-nightjar)

*Australian Owlet-nightjar, "Aegotheles cristatus"

Podargidae (Frogmouths)

*Tawny Frogmouth, "Podargus strigoides" - endemic
*Marbled Frogmouth, "Podargus ocellatus"
*Papuan Frogmouth, "Podargus papuensis"

Eurostopodidae (Eared Nightjars)

*Spotted Nightjar, "Eurostopodus argus"
*White-throated Nightjar, "Eurostopodus mystacalis"

Caprimulgidae (Typical Nightjars)

*Large-tailed Nightjar, "Caprimulgus macrurus"

Columbiformes

Columbidae (Pigeons & Doves)

*Rock Pigeon, "Columba livia" - Introduced species
*White-headed Pigeon, "Columba leucomela" - endemic
*Spotted Dove, "Streptopelia chinensis" - Introduced species
*Brown Cuckoo-dove, "Macropygia phasianella" - endemic
*Emerald Dove, "Chalcophaps indica"
*Common Bronzewing, "Phaps chalcoptera" - endemic
*Brush Bronzewing, "Phaps elegans" - endemic
*Flock Bronzewing, "Phaps histrionica" - endemic
*Crested Pigeon, "Geophaps lophotes" - endemic
*Spinifex Pigeon, "Geophaps plumifera" - endemic
*Squatter Pigeon, "Geophaps scripta" - endemic
*Partridge Pigeon, "Geophaps smithii" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Diamond Dove, "Geopelia cuneata" - endemic
*Peaceful Dove, "Geopelia placida"
*Bar-shouldered Dove, "Geopelia humeralis"
*Wonga Pigeon, "Leucosarcia melanoleuca" - endemic
*Wompoo Fruit-dove, "Ptilinopus magnificus"
*Superb Fruit-dove, "Ptilinopus superbus"
*Rose-crowned Fruit-dove, "Ptilinopus regina"
*Orange-bellied Fruit-dove, "Ptilinopus iozonus" - Rare/Accidental
*Collared Imperial-pigeon, "Ducula mullerii" - Rare/Accidental
*Pied Imperial-pigeon, "Ducula bicolor"
*Torresian Imperial-pigeon, "Ducula spilorrhoa"
*Topknot Pigeon, "Lopholaimus antarcticus" - endemic

Gruiformes

Otididae (Bustards)

*Australian Bustard, "Ardeotis australis" - Near-threatened

Gruidae (Cranes)

*Sarus Crane, "Grus antigone" - Vulnerable
*Brolga, "Grus rubicunda"

Rallidae (Rails, Crakes & Coots)

*Red-necked Crake, "Rallina tricolor"
*Buff-banded Rail, "Gallirallus philippensis"
*Lewin's Rail, "Lewinia pectoralis"
*Rufous-tailed Bush-hen, "Amaurornis moluccana"
*Baillon's Crake, "Porzana pusilla"
*Australian Crake, "Porzana fluminea" - endemic
*Spotless Crake, "Porzana tabuensis"
*White-browed Crake, "Porzana cinerea"
*Chestnut Rail, "Eulabeornis castaneoventris"
*Purple Swamphen, "Porphyrio porphyrio"
*Dusky Moorhen, "Gallinula tenebrosa"
*Black-tailed Native-hen, "Gallinula ventralis" - endemic
*Eurasian Coot, "Fulica atra"

Ciconiiformes

Pedionomidae (Plains-wanderer)

*Plains-wanderer, "Pedionomus torquatus" - endemic - Endangered

Scolopacidae (Sandpipers & allies)

*Latham's Snipe, "Gallinago hardwickii"
*Swinhoe's Snipe, "Gallinago megala"
*Asian Dowitcher, "Limnodromus semipalmatus" - Near-threatened
*Black-tailed Godwit, "Limosa limosa" - Near-threatened
*Bar-tailed Godwit, "Limosa lapponica"
*Little Curlew, "Numenius minutus"
*Whimbrel, "Numenius phaeopus"
*Far Eastern Curlew, "Numenius madagascariensis"
*Terek Sandpiper, "Xenus cinereus"
*Common Sandpiper, "Actitis hypoleucos"
*Grey-tailed Tattler, "Tringa brevipes"
*Wandering Tattler, "Tringa incana"
*Common Greenshank, "Tringa nebularia"
*Lesser Yellowlegs, "Tringa flavipes" - Rare/Accidental
*Marsh Sandpiper, "Tringa stagnatilis"
*Wood Sandpiper, "Tringa glareola"
*Ruddy Turnstone, "Arenaria interpres"
*Great Knot, "Calidris tenuirostris"
*Red Knot, "Calidris canutus"
*Sanderling, "Calidris alba"
*Red-necked Stint, "Calidris ruficollis"
*Long-toed Stint, "Calidris subminuta"
*Pectoral Sandpiper, "Calidris melanotos"
*Sharp-tailed Sandpiper, "Calidris acuminata"
*Curlew Sandpiper, "Calidris ferruginea"
*Dunlin, "Calidris alpina" - Rare/Accidental
*Broad-billed Sandpiper, "Limicola falcinellus"
*Ruff, "Philomachus pugnax"
*Red-necked Phalarope, "Phalaropus lobatus"
*Red Phalarope, "Phalaropus fulicarius" - Rare/Accidental

Rostratulidae (Painted Snipe)

*Australian Painted Snipe, "Rostratula australis" - endemic

Jacanidae (Jacanas)

*Comb-crested Jacana, "Irediparra gallinacea"

Burhinidae (Stone-curlew/Thick-knees)

*Bush Thick-knee, "Burhinus grallarius" - Near-threatened
*Beach Thick-knee, "Burhinus magnirostris" - Near-threatened

Charadriidae (Plovers & Lapwings)

*Banded Lapwing, "Vanellus tricolor" - endemic
*Masked Lapwing, "Vanellus miles"
*Red-kneed Dotterel, "Erythrogonys cinctus" - endemic
*Pacific Golden-Plover, "Pluvialis fulva"
*American Golden-Plover, "Pluvialis dominica" - Rare/Accidental
*Black-bellied Plover, "Pluvialis squatarola"
*Common Ringed Plover, "Charadrius hiaticula" - Rare/Accidental
*Little Ringed Plover, "Charadrius dubius" - Rare/Accidental
*Red-capped Plover, "Charadrius ruficapillus"
*Double-banded Plover, "Charadrius bicinctus"
*Lesser Sandplover, "Charadrius mongolus"
*Greater Sandplover, "Charadrius leschenaultii"
*Oriental Plover, "Charadrius veredus"
*Black-fronted Dotterel, "Elseyornis melanops"
*Inland Dotterel, "Peltohyas australis" - endemic

Glareolidae (Pratincoles)

*Australian Pratincole, "Stiltia isabella" - endemic
*Oriental Pratincole, "Glareola maldivarum"

Laridae (Gulls, Terns & Jaegers)

*South Polar Skua, "Stercorarius maccormicki" - Rare/Accidental
*Great Skua, "Stercorarius skua"
*Pomarine Jaeger, "Stercorarius pomarinus"
*Parasitic Jaeger, "Stercorarius parasiticus"
*Long-tailed Jaeger, "Stercorarius longicaudus" - Rare/Accidental
*Pacific Gull, "Larus pacificus" - endemic
*Black-tailed Gull, "Larus crassirostris" - Rare/Accidental
*Kelp Gull, "Larus dominicanus"
*Silver Gull, "Larus novaehollandiae"
*Laughing Gull, "Larus atricilla" - Rare/Accidental
*Franklin's Gull, "Larus pipixcan" - Rare/Accidental
*Brown Noddy, "Anous stolidus"
*Black Noddy, "Anous minutus"
*Lesser Noddy, "Anous tenuirostris"
*Blue Noddy, "Procelsterna cerulea" - Rare/Accidental
*White Tern, "Gygis alba"
*Sooty Tern, "Onychoprion fuscatus"
*Grey-backed Tern, "Onychoprion lunatus" - Rare/Accidental
*Bridled Tern, "Onychoprion anaethetus"
*Little Tern, "Sternula albifrons"
*Fairy Tern, "Sternula nereis"
*Gull-billed Tern, "Gelochelidon nilotica"
*Caspian Tern, "Hydroprogne caspia"
*White-winged Tern, "Chlidonias leucopterus"
*Whiskered Tern, "Chlidonias hybrida"
*Roseate Tern, "Sterna dougallii"
*White-fronted Tern, "Sterna striata"
*Black-naped Tern, "Sterna sumatrana"
*Arctic Tern, "Sterna paradisaea"
*Common Tern, "Sterna hirundo"
*Great Crested Tern, "Thalasseus bergii"
*Lesser Crested Tern, "Thalasseus bengalensis"

Accipitridae (Hawks, Eagles & Kites)

*Osprey, " Pandion haliaetus"
*Pacific Baza, "Aviceda subcristata"
*Square-tailed Kite, "Lophoictinia isura" - endemic
*Black-breasted Kite, "Hamirostra melanosternon" - endemic
*Black-shouldered Kite, "Elanus axillaris" - endemic
*Letter-winged Kite, "Elanus scriptus" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Black Kite, "Milvus migrans"
*Whistling Kite, "Haliastur sphenurus"
*Brahminy Kite, "Haliastur indus"
*White-bellied Sea-Eagle, "Haliaeetus leucogaster"
*Swamp Harrier, "Circus approximans"
*Spotted Harrier, "Circus assimilis"
*Grey Goshawk, "Accipiter novaehollandiae"
*Brown Goshawk, "Accipiter fasciatus"
*Collared Sparrowhawk, "Accipiter cirrocephalus"
*Red Goshawk, "Erythrotriorchis radiatus" - endemic - Vulnerable
*Gurney's Eagle, "Aquila gurneyi" - Rare/Accidental - Near-threatened
*Wedge-tailed Eagle, "Aquila audax"
*Little Eagle, "Aquila morphnoides"

Falconidae (Falcons)

*Australian Kestrel, "Falco cenchroides"
*Australian Hobby, "Falco longipennis"
*Brown Falcon, "Falco berigora"
*Grey Falcon, "Falco hypoleucos" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Black Falcon, "Falco subniger" - endemic
*Peregrine Falcon, "Falco peregrinus"

Podicipedidae (Grebes)

*Australasian Grebe, "Tachybaptus novaehollandiae"
*Hoary-headed Grebe, "Poliocephalus poliocephalus"
*Great Crested Grebe, "Podiceps cristatus"

Phaethontidae (Tropicbirds)

*Red-tailed Tropicbird, "Phaethon rubricauda"
*White-tailed Tropicbird, "Phaethon lepturus"

Sulidae (Gannets & Boobies)

*Australian Gannet, "Morus serrator"
*Masked Booby, "Sula dactylatra"
*Red-footed Booby, "Sula sula"
*Brown Booby, "Sula leucogaster"

Anhingidae (Darters)

*Darter, " Anhinga melanogaster"

Phalacrocoracidae (Cormorants)

*Little Black Cormorant, "Phalacrocorax sulcirostris"
*Great Cormorant, "Phalacrocorax carbo"
*Pied Cormorant, "Phalacrocorax varius"
*Little Pied Cormorant, "Phalacrocorax melanoleucos"

Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets & Bitterns)

*Pacific Heron, "Ardea pacifica"
*Great-billed Heron, "Ardea sumatrana"
*Great Egret, "Ardea alba"
*Pied Heron, "Ardea picata"
*Intermediate Egret, "Egretta intermedia"
*White-faced Heron, "Egretta novaehollandiae"
*Little Egret, "Egretta garzetta"
*Pacific Reef-Heron, "Egretta sacra"
*Cattle Egret, "Bubulcus ibis"
*Striated Heron, "Butorides striata"
*Rufous Night-Heron, "Nycticorax caledonicus"
*Little Bittern, "Ixobrychus minutus"
*Black Bittern, "Ixobrychus flavicollis"
*Australasian Bittern, "Botaurus poiciloptilus" - Endangered

Threskiornithidae (Ibis & Spoonbills)

*Australian Ibis, "Threskiornis molucca"
*Straw-necked Ibis, "Threskiornis spinicollis"
*Glossy Ibis, "Plegadis falcinellus"
*Royal Spoonbill, "Platalea regia"
*Yellow-billed Spoonbill, "Platalea flavipes"

Pelecanidae (Pelicans)

*Australian Pelican, "Pelecanus conspicillatus"

Ciconiidae (Storks)

*Black-necked Stork, "Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus" - Near-threatened

Fregatidae (Frigatebirds)

*Great Frigatebird, "Fregata minor"
*Lesser Frigatebird, "Fregata ariel'

Procellariidae (Petrels, Shearwaters, Storm-petrels & Albatrosses)

*Antarctic Giant Petrel, "Macronectes giganteus" - Vulnerable
*Hall's Giant Petrel, "Macronectes halli" - Near-threatened
*Southern Fulmar, "Fulmarus glacialoides"
*Cape Petrel, "Daption capense"
*Great-winged Petrel, "Pterodroma macroptera"
*Tahiti Petrel, "Pterodroma rostrata" - Rare/Accidental
*White-headed Petrel, "Pterodroma lessonii"
*Mottled Petrel, "Pterodroma inexpectata" - Near-threatened
*Providence Petrel, "Pterodroma solandri" - Vulnerable
*Kermadec Petrel, "Pterodroma neglecta" - Rare/Accidental
*Herald Petrel, "Pterodroma arminjoniana"
*Soft-plumaged Petrel, "Pterodroma mollis"
*Juan Fernandez Petrel, "Pterodroma externa" - Rare/Accidental - Vulnerable
*White-necked Petrel, "Pterodroma cervicalis"
*Cook's Petrel, "Pterodroma cookii" - Rare/Accidental - Endangered
*Gould's Petrel, "Pterodroma leucoptera"
*Black-winged Petrel, "Pterodroma nigripennis"
*Blue Petrel, "Halobaena caerulea"
*Broad-billed Prion, "Pachyptila vittata" - Rare/Accidental
*Salvin's Prion, "Pachyptila salvini"
*Antarctic Prion, "Pachyptila desolata"
*Slender-billed Prion, "Pachyptila belcheri"
*Fairy Prion, "Pachyptila turtur"
*Bulwer's Petrel, "Bulweria bulwerii" - Rare/Accidental
*White-chinned Petrel, "Procellaria aequinoctialis"
*Parkinson's Petrel, "Procellaria parkinsoni" - Rare/Accidental - Vulnerable
*Streaked Shearwater, "Calonectris leucomelas"
*Flesh-footed Shearwater, "Puffinus carneipes"
*Wedge-tailed Shearwater, "Puffinus pacificus"
*Buller's Shearwater, "Puffinus bulleri" - Vulnerable
*Sooty Shearwater, "Puffinus griseus" - Near-threatened
*Short-tailed Shearwater, "Puffinus tenuirostris"
*Christmas Shearwater, "Puffinus nativitatis"
*Hutton's Shearwater, "Puffinus huttoni" - Endangered
*Fluttering Shearwater, "Puffinus gavia"
*Little Shearwater, "Puffinus assimilis"
*Audubon's Shearwater, "Puffinus lherminieri" - Rare/Accidental
*Wandering Albatross, "Diomedea exulans"
*Royal Albatross, "Diomedea epomophora"
*Grey-headed Albatross, "Thalassarche chrysostoma" - Vulnerable
*Black-browed Albatross, "Thalassarche melanophris"
*Shy Albatross, "Thalassarche cauta"
*Yellow-nosed Albatross, "Thalassarche chlororhynchos"
*Sooty Albatross, "Phoebetria fusca" - Endangered
*Light-mantled Albatross, "Phoebetria palpebrata" - Near-threatened
*Wilson's Storm-Petrel, "Oceanites oceanicus"
*White-faced Storm-Petrel, "Pelagodroma marina"
*Black-bellied Storm-Petrel, "Fregetta tropica"
*White-bellied Storm-Petrel, "Fregetta grallaria"

Passeriformes

Pittidae (Pittas)

*Red-bellied Pitta, "Pitta erythrogaster"
*Noisy Pitta, "Pitta versicolor"

Climacteridae (Australian Treecreepers)

*White-throated Treecreeper, "Cormobates leucophaea" - endemic
*White-browed Treecreeper, "Climacteris affinis" - endemic
*Red-browed Treecreeper, "Climacteris erythrops" - endemic
*Brown Treecreeper, "Climacteris picumnus" - endemic
*Black-tailed Treecreeper, "Climacteris melanurus" - endemic

Menuridae (Lyrebirds)

*Albert's Lyrebird, "Menura alberti" - endemic - Vulnerable
*Superb Lyrebird, "Menura novaehollandiae" - endemic

Ptilonorhynchidae (Bowerbirds)

*Spotted Catbird, "Ailuroedus melanotis"
*Green Catbird, "Ailuroedus crassirostris" - endemic
*Tooth-billed Catbird, "Ailuroedus dentirostris" - endemic*
*Golden Bowerbird, "Prionodura newtoniana" - endemic*
*Regent Bowerbird, "Sericulus chrysocephalus" - endemic
*Satin Bowerbird, "Ptilonorhynchus violaceus" - endemic
*Spotted Bowerbird, "Chlamydera maculata" - endemic
*Great Bowerbird, "Chlamydera nuchalis" - endemic
*Fawn-breasted Bowerbird, "Chlamydera cerviniventris"

Maluridae (Fairy-wrens)

*Red-backed Fairywren, "Malurus melanocephalus" - endemic
*White-winged Fairywren, "Malurus leucopterus" - endemic
*Superb Fairywren, "Malurus cyaneus" - endemic
*Splendid Fairywren, "Malurus splendens" - endemic
*Variegated Fairywren, "Malurus lamberti" - endemic
*Lovely Fairywren, "Malurus amabilis" - endemic*
*Purple-crowned Fairywren, "Malurus coronatus" - endemic
*Southern Emuwren, "Stipiturus malachurus" - endemic
*Rufous-crowned Emuwren, "Stipiturus ruficeps" - endemic
*Dusky Grasswren, "Amytornis purnelli" - endemic
*Kalkadoon Grasswren, "Amytornis ballarae" - endemic
*Striated Grasswren, "Amytornis striatus" - endemic
*Carpentarian Grasswren, "Amytornis dorotheae" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Grey Grasswren, "Amytornis barbatus" - endemic
*Eyrean Grasswren, "Amytornis goyderi" - endemic

Meliphagidae (Honeyeaters & Australian Chats)

*Green-backed Honeyeater, "Glycichaera fallax"
*Brown Honeyeater, "Lichmera indistincta"
*White-streaked Honeyeater, "Trichodere cockerelli" - endemic*
*Dusky Myzomela, "Myzomela obscura"
*Red-headed Myzomela, "Myzomela erythrocephala"
*Scarlet Myzomela, "Myzomela sanguinolenta" - endemic
*Banded Honeyeater, "Certhionyx pectoralis" - endemic
*Black Honeyeater, "Certhionyx niger" - endemic
*Pied Honeyeater, "Certhionyx variegatus" - endemic
*Graceful Honeyeater, "Meliphaga gracilis"
*Yellow-spotted Honeyeater, "Meliphaga notata" - endemic*
*Lewin's Honeyeater, "Meliphaga lewinii" - endemic
*Bridled Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus frenatus" - endemic*
*Eungella Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus hindwoodi" - endemic*
*Yellow-faced Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus chrysops" - endemic
*Varied Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus versicolor"
*Mangrove Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus fasciogularis" - endemic
*Singing Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus virescens" - endemic
*Yellow Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus flavus" - endemic*
*White-gaped Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus unicolor" - endemic
*White-eared Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus leucotis" - endemic
*Yellow-tufted Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus melanops" - endemic
*Grey-headed Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus keartlandi" - endemic
*Yellow-tinted Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus flavescens"
*Fuscous Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus fuscus" - endemic
*Grey-fronted Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus plumulus" - endemic
*White-plumed Honeyeater, "Lichenostomus penicillatus" - endemic
*Tawny-breasted Honeyeater, "Xanthotis flaviventer"
*Macleay's Honeyeater, "Xanthotis macleayanus" - endemic*
*White-naped Honeyeater, "Melithreptus lunatus" - endemic
*White-throated Honeyeater, "Melithreptus albogularis"
*Black-chinned Honeyeater, "Melithreptus gularis" - endemic
*Brown-headed Honeyeater, "Melithreptus brevirostris" - endemic
*Little Friarbird, "Philemon citreogularis"
*Helmeted Friarbird, "Philemon buceroides"
*Silver-crowned Friarbird, "Philemon argenticeps" - endemic
*Noisy Friarbird, "Philemon corniculatus"
*New Holland Honeyeater, "Phylidonyris novaehollandiae" - endemic
*White-cheeked Honeyeater, "Phylidonyris niger" - endemic
*White-fronted Honeyeater, "Phylidonyris albifrons" - endemic
*Brown-backed Honeyeater, "Ramsayornis modestus"
*Bar-breasted Honeyeater, "Ramsayornis fasciatus" - endemic*
*Striped Honeyeater, "Plectorhyncha lanceolata" - endemic
*Rufous-banded Honeyeater, "Conopophila albogularis"
*Rufous-throated Honeyeater, "Conopophila rufogularis" - endemic
*Painted Honeyeater, "Grantiella picta" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Regent Honeyeater, "Xanthomyza phrygia" - endemic - Endangered
*Eastern Spinebill, "Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris" - endemic
*Blue-faced Honeyeater, "Entomyzon cyanotis"
*Bell Miner, "Manorina melanophrys" - endemic
*Noisy Miner, "Manorina melanocephala" - endemic
*Yellow-throated Miner, "Manorina flavigula" - endemic
*Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, "Acanthagenys rufogularis" - endemic
*Red Wattlebird, "Anthochaera carunculata" - endemic
*Brush Wattlebird, "Anthochaera chrysoptera" - endemic
*Crimson Chat, "Epthianura tricolor" - endemic
*Orange Chat, "Epthianura aurifrons" - endemic
*Yellow Chat, "Epthianura crocea" - endemic
*White-fronted Chat, "Epthianura albifrons" - endemic
*Gibberbird, "Ashbyia lovensis" - endemic

Pardalotidae (Pardalotes, Gerygones, Scrubwrens & Bristlebirds)

*Spotted Pardalote, "Pardalotus punctatus" - endemic
*Red-browed Pardalote, "Pardalotus rubricatus" - endemic
*Striated Pardalote, "Pardalotus striatus" - endemic
*Eastern Bristlebird, "Dasyornis brachypterus" - endemic - Endangered
*Fernwren, "Oreoscopus gutturalis" - endemic*
*Yellow-throated Scrubwren, "Sericornis citreogularis" - endemic
*White-browed Scrubwren, "Sericornis frontalis" - endemic
*Atherton Scrubwren, "Sericornis keri" - endemic*
*Beccari's Scrubwren, "Sericornis beccarii"
*Large-billed Scrubwren, "Sericornis magnirostra" - endemic
*Redthroat, "Pyrrholaemus brunneus" - endemic
*Speckled Warbler, "Chthonicola sagittatus" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Chestnut-rumped Heathwren, "Hylacola pyrrhopygia" - endemic
*Buff-rumped Thornbill, "Acanthiza reguloides" - endemic
*Mountain Thornbill, "Acanthiza katherina" - endemic*
*Brown Thornbill, "Acanthiza pusilla" - endemic
*Inland Thornbill, "Acanthiza apicalis" - endemic
*Yellow-rumped Thornbill, "Acanthiza chrysorrhoa" - endemic
*Chestnut-rumped Thornbill, "Acanthiza uropygialis" - endemic
*Slaty-backed Thornbill, "Acanthiza robustirostris" - endemic
*Yellow Thornbill, "Acanthiza nana" - endemic
*Striated Thornbill, "Acanthiza lineata" - endemic
*Weebill, "Smicrornis brevirostris" - endemic
*Fairy Gerygone, "Gerygone palpebrosa"
*White-throated Gerygone, "Gerygone olivacea"
*Large-billed Gerygone, "Gerygone magnirostris"
*Brown Gerygone, "Gerygone mouki" - endemic
*Western Gerygone, "Gerygone fusca" - endemic
*Mangrove Gerygone, "Gerygone levigaster"
*Southern Whiteface, "Aphelocephala leucopsis" - endemic
*Banded Whiteface, "Aphelocephala nigricincta" - endemic

Petroicidae (Australian Robins)

*Jacky-winter, "Microeca fascinans"
*Lemon-bellied Flycatcher, "Microeca flavigaster"
*Yellow-legged Flycatcher, "Microeca griseoceps"
*Scarlet Robin, "Petroica multicolor"
*Red-capped Robin, "Petroica goodenovii" - endemic
*Flame Robin, "Petroica phoenicea" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Rose Robin, "Petroica rosea" - endemic
*Hooded Robin, "Melanodryas cucullata" - endemic
*White-faced Robin, "Tregellasia leucops"
*Pale-yellow Robin, "Tregellasia capito" - endemic
*Yellow Robin, "Eopsaltria australis" - endemic
*Mangrove Robin, "Eopsaltria pulverulenta"
*White-browed Robin, "Poecilodryas superciliosa" - endemic
*Grey-headed Robin, "Heteromyias albispecularis" - endemic*
*Northern Scrub-robin, "Drymodes superciliaris"

Orthonychidae (Logrunner, Chowchilla)

*Australian Logrunner, "Orthonyx temminckii"
*Chowchilla, "Orthonyx spaldingii" - endemic*

Pomatostomidae (Australasian Babblers)

*Grey-crowned Babbler, "Pomatostomus temporalis"
*White-browed Babbler, "Pomatostomus superciliosus" - endemic
*Hall's Babbler, "Pomatostomus halli" - endemic
*Chestnut-crowned Babbler, "Pomatostomus ruficeps" - endemic

Corvidae (Crows, Cuckoo-shrikes, Whistlers, Monarchs, Butcherbirds, Woodswallows, Orioles, Fantails)

*Eastern Whipbird, "Psophodes olivaceus" - endemic
*Chiming Wedgebill, "Psophodes occidentalis" - endemic
*Chirruping Wedgebill, "Psophodes cristatus" - endemic
*Spotted Quail-thrush, "Cinclosoma punctatum" - endemic
*Chestnut-breasted Quail-thrush, "Cinclosoma castaneothorax" - endemic
*Cinnamon Quail-thrush, "Cinclosoma cinnamomeum" - endemic
*White-winged Chough, "Corcorax melanorhamphos" - endemic
*Apostlebird, "Struthidea cinerea" - endemic
*Varied Sittella, "Neositta chrysoptera"
*Crested Shrike-tit, "Falcunculus frontatus" - endemic
*Crested Bellbird, "Oreoica gutturalis" - endemic
*Olive Whistler, "Pachycephala olivacea" - endemic
*Grey-headed Whistler, "Pachycephala griseiceps"
*Golden Whistler, "Pachycephala pectoralis"
*Black-tailed Whistler, "Pachycephala melanura"
*Rufous Whistler, "Pachycephala rufiventris"
*White-breasted Whistler, "Pachycephala lanioides" - endemic
*Little Shrike-thrush, "Colluricincla megarhyncha"
*Bower's Shrike-thrush, "Colluricincla boweri" - endemic*
*Sandstone Shrike-thrush, "Colluricincla woodwardi" - endemic
*Grey Shrike-thrush, "Colluricincla harmonica"
*Torresian Crow, "Corvus orru"
*Little Crow, "Corvus bennetti" - endemic
*Australian Raven, "Corvus coronoides" - endemic
*Trumpet Manucode, "Manucodia keraudrenii"
*Magnificent Riflebird, "Ptiloris magnificus"
*Paradise Riflebird, "Ptiloris paradiseus" - endemic
*Victoria's Riflebird, "Ptiloris victoriae" - endemic*
*Black-backed Butcherbird, "Cracticus mentalis"
*Grey Butcherbird, "Cracticus torquatus" - endemic
*Pied Butcherbird, "Cracticus nigrogularis" - endemic
*Black Butcherbird, "Cracticus quoyi"
*Australian Magpie, "Gymnorhina tibicen"
*Pied Currawong, "Strepera graculina" - endemic
*White-breasted Woodswallow, "Artamus leucorynchus"
*Masked Woodswallow, "Artamus personatus" - endemic
*White-browed Woodswallow, "Artamus superciliosus" - endemic
*Black-faced Woodswallow, "Artamus cinereus"
*Dusky Woodswallow, "Artamus cyanopterus" - endemic
*Little Woodswallow, "Artamus minor" - endemic
*Olive-backed Oriole, "Oriolus sagittatus"
*Green Oriole, "Oriolus flavocinctus"
*Green Figbird, "Sphecotheres viridis"
*Ground Cuckoo-shrike, "Coracina maxima" - endemic
*Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike, "Coracina novaehollandiae"
*Yellow-eyed Cuckoo-shrike, "Coracina lineata"
*White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike, "Coracina papuensis"
*Cicadabird, "Coracina tenuirostris"
*Varied Triller, "Lalage leucomela"
*Northern Fantail, "Rhipidura rufiventris"
*Willie-wagtail, "Rhipidura leucophrys"
*Mangrove Fantail, "Rhipidura phasiana"
*Grey Fantail, "Rhipidura fuliginosa"
*Rufous Fantail, "Rhipidura rufifrons"
*Black-winged Monarch, "Monarcha frater"
*Black-faced Monarch, "Monarcha melanopsis"
*White-eared Monarch, "Monarcha leucotis" - endemic
*Spectacled Monarch, "Monarcha trivirgatus"
*Frilled Monarch, "Arses telescophthalmus"
*Frill-necked Monarch, "Arses lorealis" - endemic
*Pied Monarch, "Arses kaupi" - endemic
*Leaden Flycatcher, "Myiagra rubecula"
*Broad-billed Flycatcher, "Myiagra ruficollis"
*Satin Flycatcher, "Myiagra cyanoleuca"
*Restless Flycatcher, "Myiagra inquieta" - endemic
*Paperbark Flycatcher, "Myiagra nana"
*Shining Flycatcher, "Myiagra alecto"
*Yellow-breasted Boatbill, "Machaerirhynchus flaviventer"
*Magpie-lark, "Grallina cyanoleuca"

Muscicapidae (Thrushes, 'Old-world' Chats)

*Blue Rock-Thrush, "Monticola solitarius" - Rare/Accidental
*Olive-tailed Thrush, "Zoothera lunulata"
*Russet-tailed Thrush, "Zoothera heinei" - endemic
*Isabelline Wheatear, "Oenanthe isabellina" - Rare/Accidental

Sturnidae (Starlings)

*Metallic Starling, "Aplonis metallica"
*Singing Starling, "Aplonis cantoroides"
*Common Myna, "Acridotheres tristis" - Introduced species
*European Starling, "Sturnus vulgaris" - Introduced species

Hirundinidae (Swallows & Martins)

*White-backed Swallow, "Cheramoeca leucosterna" - endemic
*Barn Swallow, "Hirundo rustica"
*Pacific Swallow, "Hirundo tahitica"
*Welcome Swallow, "Hirundo neoxena"
*Red-rumped Swallow, "Cecropis daurica" - Rare/Accidental
*Fairy Martin, "Petrochelidon ariel" - endemic
*Tree Martin, "Petrochelidon nigricans"

Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls)

*Red-whiskered Bulbul, "Pycnonotus jocosus" - Introduced species

Cisticolidae (Cisticolas)

*Zitting Cisticola, "Cisticola juncidis"
*Golden-headed Cisticola, "Cisticola exilis"

Zosteropidae (White-eyes)

*Ashy-bellied White-eye, "Zosterops citrinella"
*Australian Yellow White-eye, "Zosterops luteus" - endemic
*Silver-eye, "Zosterops lateralis"

Sylviidae ('Old-world' Warblers)

*Oriental Reed-Warbler, "Acrocephalus orientalis" - Rare/Accidental
*Clamorous Reed-Warbler, "Acrocephalus stentoreus"
*Australian Reed-Warbler, "Acrocephalus australis"
*Tawny Grassbird, "Megalurus timoriensis"
*Little Grassbird, "Megalurus gramineus"
*Brown Songlark, "Cincloramphus cruralis" - endemic
*Rufous Songlark, "Cincloramphus mathewsi" - endemic
*Spinifex-bird, "Eremiornis carteri" - endemic

Alaudidae (Larks)

*Australasian Bushlark, "Mirafra javanica"

Nectariniidae (Sunbirds & Flowerpeckers)

*Red-capped Flowerpecker, "Dicaeum geelvinkianum" - - Rare/Accidental
*Mistletoebird, "Dicaeum hirundinaceum"
*Olive-backed Sunbird, "Cinnyris jugularis"

Passeridae (Sparrows and 'Estrildid' Finches)

*House Sparrow, "Passer domesticus" - Introduced species
*Painted Firetail, "Emblema pictum" - endemic
*Diamond Firetail, "Stagonopleura guttata" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Red-browed Firetail, "Neochmia temporalis" - endemic
*Crimson Finch, "Neochmia phaeton"
*Star Finch, "Neochmia ruficauda" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Plum-headed Finch, "Neochmia modesta" - endemic
*Zebra Finch, "Taeniopygia guttata" - endemic
*Double-barred Finch, "Taeniopygia bichenovii" - endemic
*Masked Finch, "Poephila personata" - endemic
*Long-tailed Finch, "Poephila acuticauda" - endemic
*Black-throated Finch, "Poephila cincta" - endemic - Near-threatened
*Blue-faced Parrotfinch, "Erythrura trichroa"
*Gouldian Finch, "Chloebia gouldiae" - endemic - Endangered
*Nutmeg Mannikin, "Lonchura punctulata" - Introduced species
*Chestnut-breasted Munia, "Lonchura castaneothorax"
*Pictorella Munia, "Heteromunia pectoralis" - endemic - Near-threatened

ee also

*List of birds
*Lists of birds by region
*List of birds of Australia

References

*cite web
last = Lepage
first = Denis
authorlink =
coauthors =
year =
url = http://www.bsc-eoc.org/avibase/checklist.jsp?lang=EN&region=auql&list=sibleymonroe
title = Checklist of birds of Queensland
format =
work = Bird Checklists of the World
publisher = Avibase
accessdate = 08 March
accessyear = 2008

*cite book
title=A World Checklist of Birds
first= Burt L. & Charles G
last = Sibley & Monroe
publisher = Yale University Press
date = 1997
id = ISBN-10: 0300070837
pages = 416

* [http://users.bigpond.net.au/palliser/barc/barc-home.html] BirdsAustralia Rarities Commitee
* [http://www.birdsaustralia.com.au/about-birds/checklist.html] BirdsAustralia Checklist
* [http://www.amonline.net.au/birds/stuff/bird_list.htm] Christidis & Boles Checklist (1993)
* [http://www.abberton.org/lists.htm] Bill Jolly's analysis of Christidis & Boles Checklist (2008)
* [http://birdingwa.iinet.net.au/birdlists/bird_lists.htm] Birding Western Australia state-lists


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