In the trees (arboreal)
This is a female common bronzewing (phaps chalcoptera), perched in a tree beside the reservoir.
This striated thornbill (acanthiza lineata) – apologies for the quality of the image – was found at a hairpin banksia, eating insects or the nectar of the banksia.
This group of silvereyes (zosterops lateralis) was found among the melaleucas on an island in the reservoir.
On the ground (terrestrial)
This pair of superb fairy wrens (malurus cyaneus) were two of a bigger grouping, flitting around the brush and water at the edge of the reservoir.
This white-browed scrubwren (sericornis frontalis) was in a company of a few different species of small birds, feeding on the ground and in low brush on the edges of the reservoir.
In the water (aquatic)
A sole eurasian coot (fulica atra), mainly in the company of the pacific black ducks.
Purple swamp hens (porphyrio porphyrio) on their reed platform.
Pacific black ducks (anas superciliosa) resting near the shore.
Pacific black ducks with Northen Mallards (and intermixes).
And an australasian grebe (tachybaptus novaehollandiae) …