• Red-browed Finch

    Red-browed Finch.   Photographer: Bruce Mcnaughton

  • Australian Wood Duck

    Australian Wood Duck.   Photographer: Harry Charalambous

  • Pied Stilt

    Pied Stilt.   Photographer: Sandy Castle

  • Red-capped Plover

    Red-capped Plover.   Photographer: Mark Lethlean

  • Australian Wood Duck

    Australian Wood Duck.   Photographer: Richard Smart

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

Red-backed Kingfisher (Image ID 27440)
Red-backed Kingfisher
Michael Schmid
Viewed: 19
Flame Robin (Image ID 27410)
Flame Robin
Chris Dubar
Viewed: 16
Musk Duck (Image ID 27380)
Musk Duck
William Betts
Viewed: 28
Speckled Warbler (Image ID 27372)
Speckled Warbler
Glenn Pure
Viewed: 29
Hooded Robin (Image ID 27323)
Hooded Robin
Bryon Samuels
Viewed: 29
Australian Reed-Warbler (Image ID 27307)
Australian Reed-Warbler
William Betts
Viewed: 35
Major Mitchell's Cockatoo (Image ID 27288)
Major Mitchell's Cockatoo
Bryon Samuels
Viewed: 30
Grey Petrel (Image ID 27285)
Grey Petrel
Jennifer Spry
Viewed: 28
Tree Martin (Image ID 27280)
Tree Martin
Bryon Samuels
Viewed: 24
Crimson Finch (Image ID 27259)
Crimson Finch
Brian O'Leary
Viewed: 28

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