• Pied Cormorant

    Pied Cormorant.   Photographer: Rob Parker

  • Australasian Grebe

    Australasian Grebe.   Photographer: Doug Castle

  • Pied Stilt

    Pied Stilt.   Photographer: Glenn Pure

  • Red-necked Stint

    Red-necked Stint.   Photographer: Michael Schmid

  • Little Egret, Plumed Whistling-Duck

    Little Egret, Plumed Whistling-Duck.   Photographer: Richard Smart

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Latest Images

Willie Wagtail (Image ID 27961)
Willie Wagtail
Brian O'Leary
Viewed: 27
Common Sandpiper (Image ID 27960)
Common Sandpiper
Cherilyn Corker
Viewed: 21
Common Sandpiper (Image ID 27959)
Common Sandpiper
Cherilyn Corker
Viewed: 23
Satin Bowerbird (Image ID 27958)
Satin Bowerbird
Desmond Hokin
Viewed: 22
Brown Thornbill (Image ID 27957)
Brown Thornbill
Desmond Hokin
Viewed: 19
White-browed Scrubwren (Image ID 27956)
White-browed Scrubwren
Desmond Hokin
Viewed: 26
Satin Bowerbird (Image ID 27955)
Satin Bowerbird
Desmond Hokin
Viewed: 25
White-throated Needletail (Image ID 27954)
White-throated Needletail
Bruce Mcnaughton
Viewed: 30
White-throated Needletail (Image ID 27953)
White-throated Needletail
Bruce Mcnaughton
Viewed: 20

We have added two new galleries to which our members may submit images.  These are "Creative Images" and "Science and Conservation".

Creative Images

The idea for this gallery was canvassed by a poll in our Forum last year, and was overwhelming accepted by those who chose to give their opinion.  It has taken a while to come into operation, but it's now available - and there's already one image there.  What's a "creative image"?  Well, basically, anything that you want - it may be created in-camera, by tweaking your setting when you capture the image, or by accidentally getting it "wrong" but producing a pleasing result; it can be a close-up section of a conventional image; it can be something created by post-processing one or more images using any technique you care to apply.  Anything goes!  The only real "rules" are, as always, ethical photography, and no nesting birds or nests with eggs and/or chicks.  There are several examples in the posts in the relevant forum thread.

Science and Conservation

This gallery is for images of birds, or bird-related activities, which can be broadly categorised as being of scientific or conservation interest.  Before you submit any image(s) to this gallery, please contact us to check that what you are proposing is acceptable: email us - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - telling us what you would like to submit; you don't need to include the image(s) themselves, just a description of what they're about, and we'll let you know if that's OK.  When you do submit an image, please include all relevant information in the Comments field.  Images submitted to this gallery may only be viewed by BirdLife Photography members.

 

Recent Picks

Dusky Honeyeater (Image ID 27896)
Dusky Honeyeater
Lindsay Hansch
Viewed: 34
Straw-necked Ibis (Image ID 27919)
Straw-necked Ibis
Cherilyn Corker
Viewed: 18
Australasian Gannet (Image ID 27926)
Australasian Gannet
Tim Van Leeuwen
Viewed: 41
Double-barred Finch, Gouldian Finch, Star Finch (Image ID 27936)
Double-barred Finch, Gouldian Finch, Star Finch
Bill Harding
Viewed: 50
Gouldian Finch, Star Finch (Image ID 27937)
Gouldian Finch, Star Finch
Bill Harding
Viewed: 37
Australian Hobby (Image ID 27927)
Australian Hobby
Andrew Crouch
Viewed: 45
Red-necked Avocet (Image ID 27930)
Red-necked Avocet
Mark Horvath
Viewed: 34
Australian Wood Duck (Image ID 27901)
Australian Wood Duck
William Betts
Viewed: 64
Plumed Whistling-Duck (Image ID 27891)
Plumed Whistling-Duck
Brian O'Leary
Viewed: 39
White-faced Heron (Image ID 27886)
White-faced Heron
Simon Pelling
Viewed: 49

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