Often just referred to as "Figbird", the Australasian Figbird is the only Figbird in Australia.
More closely related to the Australian magpie, Black Butherbirds are proficient hunters and nest raiders.
Very difficult to distinguish from the Yellow-spot honeyeater and the Lewin's Honey Eater, however can be identified by the call.
A shy and inconspicuous bird found foraging for fruit in dense rainforest.
A small insectivorous bird of the "old world" passerine order.
Found along the east coast of Queensland, this varient of the Hemeted friarbird has a large knob on its bill as well as a bare grey facial skin and a red eye.
Preferring the wetter areas of eastern Australia, this small bird is often seen in the upper branches of trees, feeding on fruit and insects.
Only occurring in north east Queensland and the Gulf country, the Lovely Fairywren is a lively little bird.
Often seen in large flocks, following fruiting trees, Metallic Starlings are a glossy black with a coloured purple-green "sheen" to the coat which gives them there common name.
As its name suggests these active birds feed mainly on the berries of mistletoe plants (although it will catch insects to feed its young).
Also known as the yellow-bellied sunbird, you will often find the nest of these beautiful birds in public places, like verandas and gazebos.
The male shining flycatcher is a black, and shining, dark blue, whilst the female is brown with a white belly.
The only Australian Drongo, it can be easily identified by its forked tale and glossy black plumage.
A member of the cuckoo-shrike family, varied trillers a common in the Daintree Rainfores where they like the warm humid environment.
Adapting to human habitat well, these small swallows are quite colourful and a common site between Cairns and Cape Tribulation.