This list shows new genera of birds. Though some might not be new, they are new as for their use. It also shows new genera from the start of January 1.
New genera for 2017
- Acanthoptila (Leiothrichidae) — February 20
- Argya (Leiothrichidae) — February 20
- Centurus (Picidae) — April 14
- Chatarrhaea (Leiothrichidae) — February 20
- Chrysominla (Leiothrichidae) — February 20
- Stactocichla (Leiothrichidae) — February 20
- Sibia (Leiothrichidae) — February 20
- Siva (Leiothrichidae) — February 20
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