Australian bird habitats:
Description of habitat
Since the start of white settlement, a large part of the Australian continent has been shaped by human activity. In many areas where there used to be contiguous forest or woodland, there are now buildings, such as e.g. farms, with only a remnant of the former vegetation. Scattered trees around buildings, such as farms, provide habitats for a wide variety of birds.
Bird species found in this type of habitat or plant
This is not necessarily a complete list. We display here some examples of bird species found by us in this kind of habitat or plant. Hover your cursor on thumbnails to see names of species; click on thumbnail to go to the page describing the species.
Remnant scattered eucalypt trees, which once formed part of open woodland, on a farm in inland NSW
This isolated tree with its undergrowth and surrounding open paddock in inland NSW is a typical habitat for a clan of Grey-crowned Babblers