Up to 58cm in length, this is a large bittern, found in wetland areas.
Often easy to spot, in paddocks with cattle on the side of the road, where they feed on insects.
A subspecies of the Great Egret found throughout Oceania and Asia.
Interestingly, this species can either be white, or grey.
Australias largest heron, it hunts its prey in shallow water.
Also known as the Rufous Night Heron, this is a medium sized heron that is mostly nocturnal.
Also known as the black-billed spoonbill, it is often encountered wading on intertidal flats using its wide bill to catch small fish, crabs and frogs.