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Here are some of the animals that are frequently seen in Woodburn and the surrounding district.  We plan to keep adding more species as they are identified#, and some photos.

Amphibians

  • Cane toad*
  • Green frog

Birds

  • Australian white ibis
  • Black duck
  • Blue-faced honeyeater
  • Brahminy kite
  • Butcher bird
  • Cattle egret

  • Coastal emu
  • Cormorant
  • Crested pigeon
  • Crows
  • Eastern rosella
  • Firetail
  • Forest kingfisher
  • Galas
  • Grey shrike thrush
  • Indian myna*
  • Kookaburra

  • Lewin’s rail
  • Little corella
  • Lorikeets
  • Masked lapwing
  • Noisy miner
  • Magpie lark/pee wee
  • Magpies
  • Purple swamp hen
  • Restless flycatcher
  • Scarlet honeyeater
  • Sea eagle
  • Silvereye
  • Spangled drongo
  • Spoonbill
  • Straw-necked ibis
  • Superb fairy wren

  • Swallow
  • Wedge-tail eagle
  • Welcome swallow
  • Whistling kite
  • White-faced heron
  • Willy wagtail
  • Wood duck

Mammals

  • Black wallaby
  • Echnida
  • Flying fox
  • Fox*
  • Grey kangaroo
  • Koala
  • Pretty face wallaby
  • Rabbit*

Marine life

  • Australian bass
  • Brim
  • Bullrout
  • Catfish/dogfish
  • Eels
  • Flathead
  • Mud crabs
  • Sharks

Reptiles

  • Blue-tongue lizard
  • Diamond python
  • Eastern brown snake
  • Eastern water dragon
  • Gecko
  • Goanna
  • Green tree snake
  • Red belly black snake
  • Skink

#As identified by local residents, not wildlife experts
*Invasive species

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