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Australian Cuckooshrikes



FAMILY : Cuckooshrikes

Barred Cuckoo-shrike
(Coracina lineata)
Barred Cuckoo-shrike
The Barred Cuckoo-Shrike has dark grey back, wings, tail, head, throat and upper chest. The lower chest and underside is barred with horizontal stripes of white and dark grey. There is a dark grey band from eye to bill. The eye is yellow. Juvenile... Click to continue>
Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike
(Coracina novaehollandiae)
Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike
The Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike is grey with a black face and throat, and white underparts. They are sometimes called Shufflewings because of their habit of shuffling their wings up and down after landing. Juveniles are similar to adults but just have... Click to continue>
Cicadabird
(Coracina tenuirostris)
Cicadabird
The Cicadabird is a medium sized cuckoo-shrike. The male dark blue grey with black bill and dark legs. The female is brown grey above with white underside barred with fine black lines, the eye has a horizontal dark stripe through it. Juveniles are... Click to continue>
Ground Cuckoo-shrike
(Coracina maxima)
Ground Cuckoo-shrike
The Ground Cuckoo-shrike is the largest cuckoo-shrike. It has grey back, head and chest. The wings and upper side of the tail are black. The tail is long and forked. The underside and lower body is white with numerous fine black bars. The eye is... Click to continue>
White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike
(Coracina papuensis)
White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike
The White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike is mainly grey with a white belli. It has a dark stripe from eye to bill which is dark on the male and dark grey on the female. There is a also darker form found in New South Wales and Victoria that has black face and... Click to continue>
Varied Triller
(Lalage leucomela)
Varied Triller
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White-winged Triller
(Lalage tricolor)
White-winged Triller
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