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Currawong Collection

The Pied Currawong, scientifically known as Strepera graculina, is a captivating bird species found in various regions of Australia

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Currawong Collection: Pied currawong, Strepera graculina
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Currawong Collection: Currawong in a Persimmon Tree
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Currawong Collection: 10938926
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Currawong Collection: Pied Currawong Strepera graculina Queensland Australia
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Currawong Collection: Picture No. 10898747
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Currawong Collection: Picture No. 10898746
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Currawong Collection: Pied Currawong - perched in a persimmon tree - near Malanda, Queensland, Australia
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Currawong Collection: Black Currawong - sunbathing - endemic to Tasmania - Leven Canyon - Tasmania - Australia
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Currawong Collection: Pied Currawong (Strepera graculina) adult, perched on wooden fence, Queensland, Australia
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Currawong Collection: Pied Currawong In the Badger Creek Picnic area, Healesville, Victoria, Australia
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Currawong Collection: Grey Currawong In Hattah Kulkyne National Park, Victoria, Australia
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Currawong Collection: Grey Currawong This is the Western Australian race in Dryandra State Forest
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Currawong Collection: Pied Currawong Mt Coot-tha, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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The Pied Currawong, scientifically known as Strepera graculina, is a captivating bird species found in various regions of Australia. With its striking black and white plumage, this currawong stands out among the trees it perches on. In one photo captured in Queensland's Lamington National Park, an adult Pied they are be seen confidently sitting on a log. Its sharp gaze suggests that it is attentively observing its surroundings. Another image showcases the same bird standing gracefully on a garden table in Victoria during November. Its presence adds elegance to the scene. One particularly enchanting moment was captured near Malanda, Queensland - a Pied Currawong majestically perched amidst branches of a persimmon tree. The contrast between its dark feathers and the vibrant orange fruit creates an eye-catching display of nature's beauty. Not limited to just pied variations, Tasmania boasts another unique member of the currawong family: the Black Currawong. This endemic species can be spotted sunbathing in Leven Canyon, showcasing its glossy black feathers against Tasmania's picturesque landscape. Whether they are perched high above or gracing us with their presence at ground level, these currawongs never fail to captivate our attention with their distinctive appearance and graceful demeanor. As we admire these stunning birds through photographs like Picture No. 10898747 and Picture No. 10898746, we are reminded of Australia's rich biodiversity and the wonders that await us within its borders. So next time you find yourself wandering through Australian forests or exploring Tasmanian wildernesses, keep your eyes peeled for these magnificent currawongs - they may just leave you spellbound by their beauty and charm.