A pair of oblivious Brolgas in Windjana Gorge.
A Willie Wagtail on the pathway out of Windjana Gorge.
A flock of Corellas chasing ...
... a Whistling Kite down Geike Gorge.
One of a large flock of Corellas in the trees along the campsite at Mary Creek.
Another Greater Bower Bird at Mary Creek. Also a male but his neckerchief is not obvious even in the shot where I can see it. Wait ...
A Peaceful Dove outside the Medical Centre in Halls Creek. I heard it long before I could see it.
Now I think - think - this is a Black Kite, aka a Forked-tail Kite. I think it is different from the earlier Whistling Kite although it wheels over townships in a similar manner.
Check out your books, but I think the fork in the tail AND those black splodges on the under of the wing seals it. For me anyways. NB. Immediately found proof that a Whistling Kite does not have a forked-tail. Have a good shot of a WK beside the