Scientific Name Podargus strigoides Size 33–50cm Diet Nocturnal insects, worms, slugs and snails. Small mammals, reptiles, frogs and birds are also eaten. Habitat Almost any habitat type (except the denser rainforests and treeless deserts), including heath, forests, woodlands and suburban and rural areas.
Scientific Name Calyptorhynchus funereus Size 55–65cm Diet Wood-boring larvae, and seeds of native and introduced trees and ground plants. Habitat Variety of habitat types, but favours eucalypt woodland and pine plantations.
Scientific Name Neophema chrysostoma Size 20–23cm Diet Seeds of grasses and herbaceous plants. Habitat Coastal, sub-coastal and inland areas, through to semi-arid zones. They favour grasslands, grassy woodlands and wetlands.
Scientific Name Trichoglossus moluccanus Size 25–32cm Diet Nectar and pollen from flowering of shrubs or trees. Also fruits, seeds and some insects. Habitat Rainforest and woodlands, as well as in well-treed suburban areas.
Scientific Name Glossopsitta concinna Size 20–23cm Diet Nectar and pollen from flowering of shrubs or trees. Also fruits, seeds and some insects. Habitat Tall, open, dry forest and woodlands and well-treed suburban areas.