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Magpie Lark Photos

Grallina cyanoleuca

There are a lot of "pied" birds in Australia...black and white birds. Butcherbirds, Currawong, Magpies, Magpie Lark, etc...at first it was a little tough keeping them all straight. It doesn't help that some of the species have different patterns of black and white depending upon whether it's a male or female (including these guys). Magpie Larks quickly became easy to identify however, particularly as they were quite common throughout much of our trip.

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Magpie Lark - Grallina cyanoleuca

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Magpie Lark 1 - Grallina cyanoleuca Magpie Lark 2 - Grallina cyanoleuca Magpie Lark 3 - Grallina cyanoleuca

May 29th, 2019
Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney

May 29th, 2019
Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney

May 29th, 2019
Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney

Magpie Lark 4 - Grallina cyanoleuca    

June 4th, 2019
Coffs Harbour, Australia

   

 


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