Birds found in Sedgwick, North Harcourt and surrounding districts

  • The Magpie-lark is distinctively marked in black and white. The thin whitish bill, and pale iris separate it from other similarly coloured species. It has white underparts. The adult male Magpie-lark has a white eyebrow and black face, while the female has an all-white face with no white eyebrow.

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  • Magpie-lark

  • Grallina cyanoleuca
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  • Magpie-lark

  • Magpie-lark Image
  • The Magpie-lark is distinctively marked in black and white. The thin whitish bill, and pale iris separate it from other similarly coloured species. It has white underparts. The adult male Magpie-lark has a white eyebrow and black face, while the female has an all-white face with no white eyebrow.

  • :
  • Australian Magpie-lark, Mudlark, Peewee
  • Formerly or also known as:
  • Australian Magpie-lark, Mudlark, Peewee
  • Scientific name:
  • Grallina cyanoleuca
  • Former scientific name:
  • RAOU number:
  • 415
  • Size:
  • 27cm
  • Song group:
  • The peepers
  • Period in district: