Contact Blog Project Noah Facebook Project Noah Twitter

A global citizen science platform
to discover, share and identify wildlife

Join Project Noah!

Pied Currawong

Strepera graculina


Through spring and summer we only see a couple of Currawongs around. During autumn and winter though, they form large flocks that wander around our valley, menacing the other birds, and each other, for food.

Species ID Suggestions

Sign in to suggest organism ID


lori.tas 8 years ago

Yep, that's them, Ashish. I had forgotten about the wood swallows being related. They really are a lovely group of birds.

lori.tas 8 years ago

Ashish, just a slight correction, currawongs are not crows (Corvids) - although they look very much like them. They are Cracticids, and thus related to butcherbirds and magpies.

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 8 years ago

Jodie... nice work..!!
Crows are most important for Human's fate today..!!
You made a Crow a very cute bird with spotting..!!

JodieAtkinson 8 years ago

Thank you both :) Heather, thanks, I've put a couple of spottings into that mission. Cheers :)

HeatherMiller 8 years ago

Amazing photos. I just checked out your other spottings and you clearly have good quality photos. LOVE the birds and colors. Have you considered the 2011 Wildlife Contest "Mission" Especially for the flying shots. Beautiful bird.

lori.tas 8 years ago

Great shots. The Pied is the one we don't have down here.

Spotted by

4213, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Aug 19, 2011
Submitted on Aug 19, 2011

Spotted for Mission

Related Spottings

Pied Currawong Gadwall Gadwall Gadwall

Nearby Spottings

Pied Butcherbird Satin Bowerbird Koala Australian Magpie