The crimson chat (Epthianura tricolor) is a species of small bird found in Australia. It is also known as the tricoloured chat, saltbush canary, and crimson-breasted nun. Crimson chats are usually 4-5 inches (10–13 cm) in length and 10-11 grams in weight. They have long, thin legs; a pointy, downward curving bill; and a brush-like tipped tongue.
The Goldcrest, Regulus regulus, is a very small passerine bird in the Kinglet family. Several subspecies are recognized across the very large distribution range that includes much of Eurasia and the islands of Micronesia.
The Rose Robin (Petroica rosea) is a small passerine bird native to Australia. It is endemic to Australia east or south of the Great Dividing Range, from Queensland through to southeastern South Australia.