Bush Birds The images below are of some of the birds found in the Perth area. Emu are uncommon resident birds found around the edges of Perth. Brown Quail are uncommon and cyptic residents of Perth. Painted Button-Quail are uncommon and very cryptic birds. Common Bronzewing are uncommon residents of Perth. Crested Pigeon are found mainly in he outer suburbs of Perth. The Rock Dove or feral pigeon is a common introduced species in Perth. Laughing Dove are a common introduced bird found in Perth. Spotted Dove are a common introduced resident of Perth. Baudin’s Black-Cockatoo is endemic to southwest Australia. Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo is endemic to southwest Australia. Red-tailed Black-cockatoos are a common species in Perth. Galah is a very common bird in Perth. The female has a red iris. Little Corella were introduced and are common in Perth. Long-billed Corella was introduced from eastern Australia and is uncommon in Perth. The Western Corella is found out of Perth and can only be seen on a full day tour. Rainbow Lorikeets were introduced to Perth and a extremely common. Regent Parrot are uncommon to rare in the Perth area and require a full day tour to see. Western Rosella are endemic to southwest Australia and uncommon in Perth. Red-capped Parrots are endemic to southwest Australia. Australian Ringneck Parrots are very common in Perth. Elegant Parrots are uncommon and declining residents of Perth. Fan-tailed Cuckoo is uncommon in Perth. It is one of four cuckoos seen in Perth. Pallid Cuckoos are uncommon to rare in the Perth area. Shining Bronze-Cuckoo are uncommon and usually seen in Winter to Summer. Laughing Kookaburra is a common introduced species in Perth. Sacred Kingfishers are migratory birds and are in Perth from September to March. Rainbow Bee-eaters are common in Perth during Spring and Summer. Rufous Treecreepers are only found in Western Australia and South Australia. The male Splendid Fairy-wren is a vibrant blue plumage in Spring and Summer. This is a female White-winged Fairy-wren. They are uncommon in Perth. Red-winged Fairy-Wrens are found in the Perth Hills. Variegated Fairy-wren are uncommon. This image is a male in moult. Blue-breasted Fairy-Wren are uncommon and found east of Perth on a full day tour. Spotted Pardalotes are found in the Perth Hills all year and in Perth seasonally. Striated Pardalotes are common birds found throughout Perth. White-browed Babblers are uncommon and found east of Perth only on a full day tour. Spotted (White-browed) Scrubwren are a common but shy species. Western (Rufous) Fieldwren are uncommon and found about 2 hours drive from Perth. Inland Thornbill are common but very small resident birds in Perth. Weebill are a common species and the smallest bird in Australia. Yellow-rumped Thornbill are a common and widespread species. Western Thornbill are uncommon and only found in southwest Australia. Yellow-plumed Honeyeater are found east of Perth on a full day tour. Yellow-throated Miner are uncommon in Perth and found at only a couple of spots. Western Wattlebirds are only found in southwest Australia. Red Wattlebirds are a very common species in Perth. Singing Honeyeaters are very common species in Perth. White-cheeked Honeyeater are common but patchily distributed in Perth. New Holland Honeyeaters are a very common bird in Perth. Brown-headed Honeyeaters are uncommon and usually found an hours drive from Perth. Gilberts (Western White-naped) Honeyeater is an uncommon bird in Perth. Brown Honeyeater are very common residents of the Perth area. Tawny-crowned Honeyeaters are uncommon and found in specific habitat. Western Spinebill are only found in southwest Australia. White-fronted Chats are uncommon residents in the Perth region. Crimson Chats are nomadic dry land birds that sometimes visit the edges of Perth. Crimson Chat are nomadic birds that sometimes visit the edges of Perth. Varied Sittella are uncommon residents of Perth. Black-faced Cuckoo-shrikes are common and found throughout Perth. Crested Shrike-Tits are uncommon birds found east of Perth only on a full day tour. The Western Whistler is a recent split from the Golden Whistler. The Rufous Whistler is a common and widespread species. Grey Shrike-Thrush are uncommon residents of Perth. Black-faced Woodswallow is uncommon in Perth and usually in rural areas. Dusky Woodswallow are uncommon residents of Perth. Grey Butcherbird are a common resident bird of Perth. Pied Butcherbird are common residents about 1 hours drive from Perth. The Australian Magpie is a very common species throughout Perth. Grey Currawong are uncommon resident birds of Perth. Grey Fantail are delightfully common residents of Perth. The Willie Wagtail is a very common and widespread species. Australian Raven are very common in Perth and surrounding areas. The Restless Flycatcher is an uncommon species found an hour from Perth. Magpie-Larks are very common birds and seen throughout Perth. Scarlet Robin are an uncommon but widespread species. Red-capped Robin are uncommon residents on Rottnest Island or 1 hour from Perth. Western Yellow Robin is an uncommon species in Perth. Hooded Robin (male) are uncommon to rare and found 1 hours drive from Perth. Hooded Robin (female) are uncommon to rare and found 1 hours drive from Perth. White-breasted Robins are only found in southwest Australia. Jacky Winter are uncommon to rare and found east of Perth only on a full day tour. Australian Reed-warbler are found at Perths lakes, swamps and rivers. Little Grassbird are found in Perths lakes, rivers and swamps. Rufous Songlark are uncommon summer visitors to Perth. Brown Songlark are uncommon summer visitors to the edges of Perth. Silvereye are a very common and widespread bird. White-backed Swallow are uncommon residents of Perth. Welcome Swallows are very common throughout the Perth area. Tree Martins are common birds in the Perth area. Often seen on powerlines. A male Mistletoebird. These are uncommon birds found along the river and hills. A female Mistletoebird is much plainer than the male with just a red vent area. Red-eared Firetails are uncommon birds that are found in the hills in Perth. Red-browed Finch have been introduced to a few places in the perth hills area. Australasian Pipit are becoming less common in Perth rural areas.