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Pardalotus with nesting material

A Striated Pardalote collecting nesting material in its beak.

In List of Birds by Common Name, a total of 9,721 bird species are recognised, belonging to a total 204 families.

Non-PasserinesEdit

TinamousEdit

OstrichesEdit

RheasEdit

Cassowaries and EmusEdit

KiwisEdit

GamebirdsEdit

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WaterfowlsEdit

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Domestic Goose

A feral Domestic goose in Tasmania, Australia

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PenguinsEdit

DiversEdit

Albatrosses and PetrelsEdit

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GrebesEdit

FlamingosEdit

Storks and HeronsEdit

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Pelicans and RelativesEdit

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Birds of PreyEdit

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Cranes and RelativesEdit

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Waders, Gulls, and AuksEdit

SandgrousesEdit

Pigeons and DovesEdit

ParrotsEdit

Cuckoos and TuracosEdit

OwlsEdit

Nightjars and FrogmouthsEdit

Swifts and HummingbirdsEdit

MousebirdsEdit

TrogonsEdit

Kingfishers and RelativesEdit

Woodpeckers and ToucansEdit

PasserinesEdit

New Zealand WrensEdit

BroadbillsEdit

AsitiesEdit

PittasEdit

ManakinsEdit

CotingasEdit

Tyrant FlycatchersEdit

AntbirdsEdit

GnateatersEdit

TapaculosEdit

Antpittas and AntthrushesEdit

OvenbirdsEdit

WoodcreepersEdit

LyrebirdsEdit

BowerbirdsEdit

ScrubbirdsEdit

Australasian TreecreepersEdit

Australasian WrensEdit

HoneyeatersEdit

BristlebirdsEdit

PardalotesEdit

Thornbills and GerygonesEdit

Australasian BabblersEdit

LogrunnersEdit

SatinbirdsEdit

BerrypeckersEdit

Wattled CrowsEdit

Whipbirds and RelativesEdit

Quail-ThrushesEdit

Wattle-Eyes and BatisesEdit

Helmetshrikes and PuffbacksEdit

BoatbillsEdit

VangasEdit

ButcherbirdsEdit

WoodswallowsEdit

IorasEdit

BristleheadsEdit

CuckooshrikesEdit

SitellasEdit

ShriketitsEdit

WhistlersEdit

ShrikesEdit

Vireos and RelativesEdit

OriolesEdit

Shrikethrushes and RelativesEdit

DrongosEdit

FantailsEdit

MonarchsEdit

Crows and JaysEdit

MudnestersEdit

Birds-of-ParadiseEdit

Australasian RobinsEdit

Bald CrowsEdit

Waxwings and RelativesEdit

PalmchatEdit

True TitsEdit

Penduline TitsEdit

BushtitsEdit

Swallows and MartinsEdit

LarksEdit

CisticolasEdit

BulbulsEdit

Old World WarblersEdit

Babblers and RelativesEdit

White-EyesEdit

Fairy-BluebirdsEdit

GoldcrestsEdit

WrensEdit

GnatcatchersEdit

NuthatchesEdit

TreecreepersEdit

Mockingbirds and ThrashersEdit

Philippine CreepersEdit

  • Stripe-breasted Creeper

StarlingsEdit

ThrushesEdit

Chats and FlycatchersEdit

DippersEdit

LeafbirdsEdit

FlowerpeckersEdit

SunbirdsEdit

SugarbirdsEdit

Old World Sparrows and SnowfinchesEdit

WeaversEdit

Waxbills and RelativesEdit

WhydahsEdit

Wagtails and PipitsEdit

AccentorsEdit

Finches and RelativesEdit

New World WarblersEdit

New World BlackbirdsEdit

BananaquitEdit

Bunting and American SparrowsEdit

TanagersEdit

Cardinals and GrosbeaksEdit

See alsoEdit

ArticlesEdit

ListsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Bird: The Definitive Visual Guide. by Peter Frances, David Burnie, National Audubon Society, BirdLife International. DK Publishing (2007). ISBN 075663153X

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