There are many birds at Janalli, and in the neighbouring forests. The combination of flowers, native forest and lakes provides a varied habitat. A list of the more common sightings is below. If you visit Janalli and are a keen bird-watcher, please let us know of more sightings!
|Botanical Name||Common Name||Description||Call|
|Calyptorhynchus funereus||The Yellow - tailed Black-Cockatoo is a large (55 - 65 cm) cockatoo. It is easily identified by its mostly black plumage, with most body feathers edged with yellow, not visible at a distance.||A distinctive call. The contact call is a drawn-out "kee-ow". Some screeches are also given.|
|Manoria melanophrys||These little birds are very territorial and tend to be found in large groups in any particular area. They live in temporate rainforest areas, woodland with shrubby understory, in gullies near rivers or creeks.||Their unique bell-like call is quite loud and resonates through the air wherever they are found.|
|Alisterus scapularis||King parrots are usually seen in pairs or small parties feeding among the outermost branches of forest trees, especially eucalypts and acacias. They eat seeds, berries, other fruits, nuts, nectar, blossoms and leaf buds.||Piping bell-like calls|