A pair of Crested Pigeons (Ocyphaps lophotes) photographed in May 2015 at Uluru (Ayers Rock), Northern Territory, when we visited there for a few days. We see this species locally here in Ballarat too, in larger numbers than we used to. They were once restricted to arid and semi-arid zones of inland Australia. They make a very distinctive whistling sound with their wings when they take flight.
Australian Magpie Australian Painted Lady Australian Pelican Australian Reed Warbler Australian White Ibis Bennett's Wallaby Black Swan Blue-Faced Honeyeater Brown Thornbill Brushtail Possum Cattle Cattle Egret Common Bluetail Common Brown Crimson Rosella Emu Eurasian Coot European Goldfinch Galah Grey Currawong Honey Bee Indian Bean Tree Koala Laughing Kookaburra Long-Legged Fly New Holland Honeyeater Pale-flecked Garden Sunskink Platypus Rainbow Lorikeet Red-browed Firetail Red Wattlebird Sheep Short-Beaked Echidna Silvereye Silver Gull Southern Brown Tree Frog Spotted Pardalote Stick Insect Stumpy Tail Lizard Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos Superb Fairywren Tasmanian Red and Black Spider Tasmanian Rosella White-browed Scrubwren White-Winged Chough