• Chestnut-rumped Thornbill (Image ID 29955)

    Chestnut-rumped Thornbill.   Photographer: Emmy Silvius

  • Pacific Black Duck (Image ID 20221)

    Pacific Black Duck.   Photographer: Con Boekel

  • Comb-crested Jacana (Image ID 32432)

    Comb-crested Jacana.   Photographer: Keith Fisher

  • Australian Pelican (Image ID 18897)

    Australian Pelican.   Photographer: Mal Carnegie

  • Scarlet Robin (Image ID 25890)

    Scarlet Robin.   Photographer: Bill Harding

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The next BirdLife Photography Biennial Conference (previously Digital Photography In The Bush) will be held in Fremantle, WA, on 21st & 22nd September 2019.

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Latest Images

Hoary-headed Grebe (Image ID 36068)
Hoary-headed Grebe
Glenn Pure
Viewed: 2
Fan-tailed Cuckoo (Image ID 36067)
Fan-tailed Cuckoo
Rodger Scott
Viewed: 1
White-naped Honeyeater (Image ID 36066)
White-naped Honeyeater
Rodger Scott
Viewed: 1
Spotted Pardalote (Image ID 36065)
Spotted Pardalote
Rodger Scott
Viewed: 1
Leaden Flycatcher (Image ID 36063)
Leaden Flycatcher
Brian O'Leary
Viewed: 6
Satin Bowerbird (Image ID 36062)
Satin Bowerbird
Brian O'Leary
Viewed: 10
Double-barred Finch (Image ID 36060)
Double-barred Finch
Linda Unwin
Viewed: 10

The theme for our third competition for 2019 is Introduced Species.    Entries must show a bird, or birds, whose population is described as “Introduced” in the BirdLife Working List V2.1.  There are 26 such species; they are: Ostrich, Northern Mallard, Helmeted Guineafowl, California Quail, Indian Peafowl, Red Junglefowl, Green Junglefowl, Common Pheasant, Wild Turkey, Rock Dove, Barbary Dove, Spotted Dove, Laughing Dove, Nutmeg Mannikin, Java Sparrow, House Sparrow, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Common Greenfinch, Common Redpoll, European Goldfinch, Eurasian Skylark, Red-whiskered Bulbul, Common Starling, Common Myna, Song Thrush, and Common Blackbird.

This competition is open to members for submission of entries until Monday 12th August 2019.  Images for this competition must have been taken within the last 2 years.  In a change to the normal image submission rules, for this competition images must have been taken in Australia or its territories.  Images submitted to previous competitions, or to the New Images gallery, may be submitted to this competition; if you choose to do this, you must resubmit the image to the competition gallery; images cannot be moved from an existing gallery.  We are also continuing the trial of larger size images for the Advanced competition; images in that category may be up to 1800px wide and 1800px high, and must have at least one dimension meeting that maximum size.

Recent Picks

Cockatiel (Image ID 36045)
Cockatiel
Tim Van Leeuwen
Viewed: 42
Red-necked Avocet (Image ID 36042)
Red-necked Avocet
Tim Van Leeuwen
Viewed: 29
White Tern (Image ID 36013)
White Tern
Ian Wilson
Viewed: 30
Red-tailed Tropicbird (Image ID 35977)
Red-tailed Tropicbird
Glenn Pure
Viewed: 31
White-plumed Honeyeater (Image ID 35938)
White-plumed Honeyeater
Lindsay Hansch
Viewed: 32
Providence Petrel (Image ID 35922)
Providence Petrel
Glenn Pure
Viewed: 30
Pacific Golden Plover (Image ID 35900)
Pacific Golden Plover
Ian Wilson
Viewed: 62
Singing Honeyeater (Image ID 35898)
Singing Honeyeater
Stephen Garth
Viewed: 59
Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater (Image ID 35856)
Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater
Linda Unwin
Viewed: 71
Scarlet Robin (Image ID 35847)
Scarlet Robin
Stephen Garth
Viewed: 75

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