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Birds - Aquatic 4.

Stock Photography By Paul Ross

Water birds of Australia are represented here by herons, ducks, geese, ibis, gulls, storks and more.

Wandering Whistling Duck flock
#419016
© Paul Ross
Striated Heron - Butorides
#419014
© Paul Ross
Striated Heron - Butorides
#419013
© Paul Ross
Silver Gull - Larus
#419010
© Paul Ross
Silver Gull - Larus
#419009
© Paul Ross
Magpie Goose in Flight -
#419008
© Paul Ross
Great Egret - Ardea alba
#419005
© Paul Ross
Black-winged Stilt - Himantopus
#419004
© Paul Ross
Black-necked Stork - Male &
#419002
© Paul Ross
Black-necked Stork -
#419000
© Paul Ross
Black Swans - Cygnus atratus
#418998
© Paul Ross
Australian Wood Duck female -
#418997
© Paul Ross
Australian White Ibis -
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© Paul Ross
Australian Pelican - Pelecanus
#418993
© Paul Ross
Australian Pelican - Pelecanus
#418994
© Paul Ross

 

Photo Captions for Birds - Aquatic 4.

Image #1. Wandering Whistling Duck flock - Dendrocygna arcuata Inhabit deep, well vegetated lagoons, flooded grassland and wetlands. Located northern and north eastern Australia.

Image #2. Striated Heron - Butorides striatus Inhabits estuaries, mudy inlets especially mangroves. Nests in mangroves. Located North Western, Northern and Eastern coasts.

Image #3. Striated Heron - Butorides striatus Inhabits mostly mangroves. Nests in mangroves. Located North western, northern and east coasts of Australia.

Image #4. Silver Gull - Larus novaehollandiae Commonly known as Sea Gull, found around most of Australia apart from inland.

Image #5. Silver Gull - Larus novaehollandiae Commonly known as the Sea Gull, widespread througout Australia except deep inland.

Image #6. Magpie Goose in Flight - Anseranas semipalmata Inhabits well vegetated wetlands and floodplains. Located in northern coastal areas of Australia.

Image #7. Great Egret - Ardea alba Inhabits shallow estuaries and lagoons as well as wetlands. Widespread throughout Australia where there is shallow water.

Image #8. Black-winged Stilt - Himantopus himantopus Inhabits coastal lagoons, wetlands, marshes, lakes, saltpans. Located widespread across Australia except in the Western central region.

Image #9. Black-necked Stork - Male & Female - Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus Male (dark eye) & female Black-necked Storks meet in wetlands.

Image #10. Black-necked Stork - Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus A male Black necked Stork(dark eye) readies for flight.

Image #11. Black Swans - Cygnus atratus Inhabits large open waters of all types including salt, flooded pastures, wetlands etc. Widespread but uncommon deep inland.

Image #12. Australian Wood Duck female - Chenonetta jubata Having a leasurely swim in a pond.

Image #13. Australian White Ibis - Threskiornis molucca Seen here flying over wetland.

Image #14. Australian Pelican - Pelecanus conspicillatus Commonly known as the B-52 of birds, the Pelican is common to most of Australia on suitable salt, brackish or fresh waters.

Image #15. Australian Pelican - Pelecanus conspicillatus Australian Pelicans fly overhead.

 

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