Superb Fairy Wren

The superb fairywren (Malurus cyaneus) is found in southeastern Australia. The beading males have bright blue feathers and a black mask, while non-breeding males, females, and juveniles are grey-brown. Males display yellow petals to attract females during courtship. They thrive in dense undergrowth, including grasslands, forests, woodlands, and gardens, and are common at Bimbi Park. Their diet mainly consists of insects and seeds.

Likelihood to see them: Very Common.

Where to see them: Around Bimbi Park.

Time: Sunrise and most of the day.