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SHOALHAVEN : ALL OUR BIRDS : THREATENED SPECIES : HEATHLAND : WOODLAND : RAINFOREST : SHOREBIRDS : WETLAND : BACKYARDS


Our Birds

The Shoalhaven is home to an amazing array of birds, with habitats including heath, woodland, riverine, rainforest, wetland, beach, estuary, rock platforms, cliffs and many urban and suburban gardens. Some birdwatchers would say that the variety of parrot species is the greatest attraction, while others would point to the rare and threatened species we are trying to protect, or the migratory waders and shorebirds, or the rarities that seem to be attracted to Lake Wollumboola and Shoalhaven Heads.

A general overview of the Shoalhaven and its birds can be found at "The Shoalhaven""

Birdata, BirdLife Australia's national bird monitoring and citizen science initiative, has recorded over 360 species of birds for the Shoalhaven area. Because of the nature of the data collection, some of the bird identification on the list might not be totally accurate. The lists of birds (as at March 2019) can be downloaded in a variety of formats from the following links -

Shoalhaven birds - PDF format
Shoalhaven birds - Word format
Shoalhaven birds - Excel format

The following links show most (if not all) birds in the categories shown -

All our Birds
Threatened Species
Heathland Birds
Woodland Birds
Rainforest Birds
Shorebirds
Wetland Birds
Birds in Backyards