Australian bird habitats:
Description of habitat
Urban parks are near-natural habitats, often with water courses and fringe vegetation. These green zones attract a variety of bird species. Depending on the vegetation that remains or has been planted, the bird populations can vary widely. This leads to a very long list here; only a small fraction of the bird species listed here will typically be present in any given urban park.
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.
Pair of Pacific Black Ducks on a lawn in an urban park