This is my favorite photo of the ubiquitous Australian Magpie, as it shows the beauty of its feathers. Some have all white, some have gray, depending on their region and subspecies.
Scavenging at the uni cafe.
In a paddock.
Not cooperative, but the extent of the white on the sides/back of neck looks like Grey to me. Lack of grey could be from being subadult.
In between making lots of noise.
Strepera graculina (Shaw, 1790), Pied Currawong, Jerrabomberra Wetlands, Kingston, ACT, 4 January 2014
Immature, oddly thin.
Must be a bird in immature plumage. Grey and Pied are in range. Or melanistic? Or something else entirely?
This bird was seen strutting in a public park in central Sydney. The only species within family Artamidae to conduct terrestrial locomotion via walking rather than hopping.