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Australian Whistlers, Shrikethrushes



Whistlers, Shrike-thrushes, Crested Bellbird

Bower's Shrike-thrush
(Colluricincla boweri)
Bower's Shrike-thrush
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Grey Shrike-thrush
(Colluricincla harmonica)
Grey Shrike-thrush
The Grey Shrike-thrush is a mostly grey bird, with paler face and underparts. Adult males are brownish across shoulders and upper back. Click to continue>
Little Shrike-thrush
(Colluricincla megarhyncha)
Little Shrike-thrush
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Crested Shrike-tit
(Falcunculus frontatus)
Crested Shrike-tit
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Crested Bellbird
(Oreoica gutturalis)
Crested Bellbird
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Golden Whistler
(Pachycephala pectoralis)
Golden Whistler
The male Golden Whistler has olive green back and wings and bright yellow underside. The head is black with yellow collar, and throat is white with a black band between the throat and yellow chest. Females are grey above and paler below with dark... Click to continue>
Grey Whistler
(Pachycephala simplex)
Grey Whistler
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Mangrove Golden Whistler
(Pachycephala melanura)
Mangrove Golden Whistler
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Olive Whistler
(Pachycephala olivacea)
Olive Whistler
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Rufous Whistler
(Pachycephala rufiventris)
Rufous Whistler
The male Rufous Whistler dark-grey above with a white throat, black breast and a reddish underbody. Many males also have a black face mask (except in northern subspecies). Females are dull grey to brown, with streaked underparts. Young birds are... Click to continue>


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