Grey Butcherbird

The Grey Butcherbird is an aggressive hunter, Perches in trees and pounces on its prey. They impale their prey to be eaten later.

The Butcherbird feeds mostly on insects, mice, lizards, small birds and fruit and seeds at times. We saw them in Bondi Junction and Centennial park in NSW Australia.

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Red-Headed Weaver

The Red-Headed Weaver (Afrikaans Name Rooikopwewer) is a common resident in woodland, savannah and gardens. Such a striking bird, we saw this…
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Tawny Frogmouth

The Tawny Frogmouth is often confused with owls but they are more closely related to Nightjars. They are mostly nocturnal, feeding after dusk…