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What are you … a drongo?

A laughing kookaburra watches for prey in Redfern Park ... A black swan shows off its white flight feathers in Sydney Park ... A...

‘The epitome of nature’

Today’s Bird of the Day, the noisy miner, was suggested by writer and ecologist Simon Mustoe, author of Wildlife in the Balance: Why Animals...

Science legend loves to crow about a crow

Today’s Bird of the Day, the Australian raven (Corvus coronoides), is the closest native bird we have in urban Sydney to Robyn Williams’ favourite...

A crazy electronic disco

Today’s Bird of the Day, the spangled drongo, was chosen by Darryl Jones, Professor Emeritus, Centre for Planetary Health & Food Security and School of...

The sound of Australia

Today’s Bird of the Day was nominated by wildlife ecologist Grainne Cleary, whose favourite bird is the magpie. “For me, these birds are the sound...

A loveable, loudmouth larrikin

Today’s Bird of the Day, the sulphur-crested cockatoo, was chosen by John Martin, Research Scientist, Animal Ecology Lab, Western Sydney University, based at the...

It’s like a soap opera in your garden

Today’s Bird of the Day, the superb fairy-wren, was chosen by Holly Parsons, Urban Bird Program Manager with BirdLife Australia. She is not alone -...