These are all video captures from a Zooniverse project I'm helping with: Numbat Discovery. I find very few of the rare Numbats, a colorful anteater, in these videos but quite a few birds.
With luck, some more exotic Western Australia birds will turn up. I will add them as they appear.
Thanks to Fred Ramsay for this identification:
"The bird with the white back - is an Australian Magpie (Cracticus tibicen).
This dorsalis subspecies of the Australian Magpie has plumage intermediate between the White-backed subspecies and the Black-backed subspecies. When the Magpies are nesting, the male becomes very aggressive, attacking any passerby. So people on bicycles or walking nearby wear motorcycle helmets to protect themselves. If this were to happen here, the birds would probably be eliminated. But in WA policemen are stationed nearby to warn people about the birds’ attacks.
Fred also identified the birds below as "Grey Currawongs (Strepera versicolor). This is the intermedia subspecies that ranges from SA through southern WA. There are two other subspecies of the Grey, and there are also
two other Currawong species - the Pied Currawong of the east coast and the Black Currawong of Tasmania.
And Fred says, for the bird below, walking through the brush...
There are two white=tailed black cockatoos in WA. They are nearly identical except for habitat and bill.
Carnaby’s (Short-billed) Black-Cockatoo (Zanda latirostris)
Baudin’s (Long-billed) Black-Cockatoo (Zanda baudinii)
Baudin’s is a creature of the Yarri forests; Carnaby’s is more widespread in range but is Endangered
because of habitat destruction. My guess: Baudin’s based on habitat … but the bill looks short.