The Australian Brush Turkey lives on the east coast from Cape York to Illawarra.
Ku-ring-gai is home to many different species of frogs in a variety of water habitats.
Ku-ring-gai is home to an important maternal colony of the grey-headed flying-fox.
Powerful Owls have been monitored within a reserve in the south-west of Ku-ring-gai for more than 10 years.
Eastern Pygmy Possums are found in bushland areas in Ku-ring-gai and are officially listed as vulnerable.
Rosenberg's Goanna is a fascinating creature. Reaching up to a length of 1.5 metres and laying its eggs within termites mounds.
The distinctive black and white bird has adapted well to human habitation, and is familiar to backyards, parks and gardens, occurring almost everywhere in Australia.