Australasian Mangrove
birds

Family Sulidae: Boobies

Red-footed Booby, New Guinea (image by Damon Ramsey)(Alim Island, Papua New Guinea)

Sula sula, 'Red-footed Booby'.

(Alim Island, Papua New Guinea)

Red-footed Boobies gather sticks to make their nests in trees.

Family Ardeidae: Herons

Ardea sumatrana, 'Great-billed Heron', (Prince Frederick Harbour, Australia).

Butorides striata, 'Striated/Mangrove Heron', (Prince Frederick Harbour, Australia).

Family Accipitridae: Hawks, Kites, Eagles

Haliaeetus leucogaster, 'White-bellied Sea-Eagle', (Prince Frederick Harbour, Australia). 

Family Pandionidae: Osprey

Kingfishers

Ceyx azureus, 'Azure Kingfisher', (Talbot Bay, Australia).

Todiramphus chloris, 'Collared Kingfisher' (Prince Frederick Harbour, Australia).

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