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Creative ImagesNormal72Creative images - either direct from camera, or via image processing.
Critique GalleryCritique85Images for critique/comment by members
Landscapes/HabitatNon-bird48Images of places or patches of habitat
Main LibraryNormal13034Main gallery for members' images. New Image submissions moved here after 30 days.
New ImagesNormal218New images submitted by members.
Premier Bird ImagesPremier Images239This Gallery displays the highest quality images captured by BirdLife Photography members.
Previous Bird ID ChallengesNormal0
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Birds of the InlandNormal15
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Birds on IslandsNormal14Part or all of the populations of these species are found on marine islands belonging to the Commonwealth of Australia.
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Bush Birds (aka LBJs)Normal19
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Bush Birds (Revisited)Normal8
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Dry Country BirdsNormal20
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Ducks and DrakesNormal19This theme was chosen to complement the first photographic competition of the year: ducks and pygmy geese. All species are as listed in the recently updated Birdlife Taxonomy.
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Getting to the Bottom of ThingsNormal20
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Honeyeaters and RobinsNormal18
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Lady BirdsNormal19
Previous Bird ID Challenges/More HoneyeatersNormal18A selection of honeyeaters including the entire Melithreptus genus and several honeyeaters that feature black and white plumage.
Previous Bird ID Challenges/RaptorsNormal33
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Streaky Ground BirdsNormal17This competition focuses on birds that spend a fair bit of time on or near the ground, often in or near cover, and which have some form of streaks or stripes in their plumage. The 'streaks' are broadly defined. This challenge was held in Sep/Oct 2016.
Previous Bird ID Challenges/Tasmanian BirdsNormal19

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