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  • Southern Boobook

    Southern Boobook.   Photographer: Bill Harding

  • Apostlebird

    Apostlebird.   Photographer: Mark Lethlean

  • Great Egret

    Great Egret.   Photographer: Harry Charalambous

  • Striated Heron

    Striated Heron.   Photographer: Rob Parker

  • Australasian Grebe

    Australasian Grebe.   Photographer: Adam Higgins

The Landscapes/Habitats gallery is where our members can post images of places, such as long range/wide angle landscape photos, or patches of habitat, such as medium range views of typical scrub, forest, wetlands, etc.  Places must be within Australia or its external territories/dependencies.

BirdLife Australia is hoping that this will become a useful resource for their Key Biodiversity Areas project.  They are seeking images of Key Biodiversity Areas to use in their 2017 campaign; the maximum image size they will use on their website is 1680 x 995.  The limits for uploads to this gallery are different to those for our bird image galleries, to allow you to submit images of these dimensions.  Images submitted to this gallery may be downloaded by BirdLife Australia staff for use in the KBA campaign, without using the normal Download Request process; images may be cropped by BirdLife Australia for use on their website and in the KBA campaign. 

Recent Picks

Little Corella (Image ID 29210)
Little Corella
John Barkla
Viewed: 10
Brown Goshawk (Image ID 29184)
Brown Goshawk
Con Boekel
Viewed: 62
Long-tailed Jaeger (Image ID 29180)
Long-tailed Jaeger
John Barkla
Viewed: 34
Black-faced Monarch (Image ID 29164)
Black-faced Monarch
John Barkla
Viewed: 52
Wild Turkey (Image ID 29155)
Wild Turkey
John Barkla
Viewed: 48
Black-naped Tern (Image ID 29152)
Black-naped Tern
John Barkla
Viewed: 35
Masked Woodswallow (Image ID 29151)
Masked Woodswallow
Jill Wilson
Viewed: 56
Barn Owl (Image ID 29147)
Barn Owl
Doug Castle
Viewed: 56
Rufous Treecreeper (Image ID 29140)
Rufous Treecreeper
Georgina Steytler
Viewed: 67
Aleutian Tern (Image ID 28918)
Aleutian Tern
Gary Dunnett
Viewed: 38

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