Non-Passerine Waterbirds

Non-Passerines Waterbirds Photographed in their Natural Habitat

Pelican and Allies album include image galleries of herons, egrets, bitterns, cormorants, darters, spoonbills and ibises together with storks. These are cosmopolitan birds found in all regions except the Antarctic, although each family may have species that inhabit only part of an ecozone or region.

Waterbirds Photo Albums

Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus) flying at Lakes Entrance in Gippsland, Victoria

Pelican and Allies album include image galleries of herons, egrets, bitterns, cormorants, darters, spoonbills and ibises together with storks. These are cosmopolitan birds found in all regions except the Antarctic, although each family may have species that inhabit only part of an ecozone or region.

Black-necked Stork (Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus australis) female foraging at Yellow Water Region in Northern Territories

Photo essays and action photographs of pelicans and storks displaying hunting and feeding behaviour. Brief discussion on milky and painted stork hybridisation in Singapore.

Purple Heron (Ardea purpurea manilensis) closeup with stabbed fish at Japanese Garden in Singapore

Three photo essays and action photographs of purple, grey and striated herons displaying hunting and feeding behaviour together with a fourth gallery featuring a few other species of heron.

Yellow Bittern (Ixobrychus sinensis) male perched in palm frond and hunting fish at Singapore's Botanic Gardens

Two photo essays and action photographs of bitterns and little egrets together with a third gallery featuring hunting and feeding behaviour of other species.

Little Pied Cormorant (Microcarbo melanoleucos) feeding on fish at Camden Haven Inlet in New South Wales

Two galleries; the first features cormorant behaviours including a short photo essay of little pied cormorant feeding, while the second gallery displays darter behaviour.

Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber) at flying and foraging at Orange Valley Mudflats

An image gallery featuring five species of ibis and spoonbill behaviour in fresh and salt water habitat photographed in Australasia and Trinidad