Non-Passerine Landbirds

Non-Passerines Landbirds Photographed in their Natural Habitat

This album album page provides links to galleries that feature images of Non-Passerine Landbirds that occupy various land habitats. Each primary gallery displays adult portraits of individual species and juvenile/immature birds when I’ve been able to photograph them. For dimorphic species I’ve included both male and female subjects that I’ve photographed. For some species a second gallery supplements the first and features behaviour such as, hunting, nesting, feeding and mating. 

Landbird Photo Albums

Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus girrenera) perched at Cape Gloucester in Queensland

A cosmopolitan species found in a variety of habitats in most regions of the world. They are carnivores that include both diurnal and nocturnal hunters and scavengers.

Immature White-bellied Sea-eagle about to strike Adult Grey-headed Fish-eagle at Dairy Farm Nature Parks Singapore Quarry

Photo essays of birds of prey displaying hunting, scavenging and feeding behaviours and action photographs including flying and soaring.

Stork-Billed Kingfisher (Pelargopsis capensis) at Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve in Singapore

These species have a wide range of habitats and many can be found in forests and woodlands, often near streams, while others occupy river and lake environment.

Blue-throated Bee-eater (Merops viridis) hunting at Punggol Point in Singapore

Photo essays and action photographs of kingfishers and their allies displaying hunting and feeding behaviour.

White-chested Emerald Hummingbird (Amazilia brevirostris chionopectus) perched in Trinidad

A New World species that occupies a wide range of habitats. The featured species were photographed in the Caribbean, but their range extends to tropical South American.