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Types of Songbird

Acrocephalidae​
Acrocephalidae​

A songbird is a bird belonging to the clade Passeri of the perching birds (Passeriformes). Another name that is sometimes seen as a scientific or vernacular name is Oscines, from Latin oscen, "a songbird".

Acrocephalus​
Acrocephalus​

The Acrocephalus warblers are small, insectivorous passerine birds belonging to the genus Acrocephalus. Formerly in the paraphyletic Old World warbler assemblage, they are now separated as the namesake of the marsh and tree warbler family Acrocephalidae.

American ​Sparrows​
American ​Sparrows​

Sparrows and finches. Every one of our native sparrows (more than two dozen species) has a song, and many are sweet and melodic. Listen for the common, brown-streaked song sparrow, which begins singing in late winter. House finches are among the earliest singers, beginning their complicated warbling not long after the turn of the year.

Australo-​Papuan Babbler​
Australo-​Papuan Babbler​

The Pomatostomidae (Australo-Papuan or Australasian babblers, also known as pseudo-babblers) are small to medium-sized birds endemic to Australia-New Guinea. For many years, the Australo-Papuan babblers were classified, rather uncertainly, with the Old World babblers (Timaliidae), on the grounds of similar appearance and habits. More recent research, however, indicates that they are too basal ...

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Bowerbirds​
Bowerbirds​

A songbird is a bird belonging to the clade Passeri of the perching birds (Passeriformes). Another name that is sometimes seen as a scientific or vernacular name is Oscines, from Latin oscen, "a songbird".

Butcherbird​
Butcherbird​

Butcherbird, in general, any bird that impales its prey (small vertebrates, large insects) on a thorn or wedges it into a crack or a forked twig in order to tear it or, sometimes, to store it.

Chestnut-​Crowned Babbler​
Chestnut-​Crowned Babbler​

The chestnut-crowned babbler (Pomatostomus ruficeps) is a medium-sized bird that is endemic to arid and semi-arid areas of south-eastern Australia. It is a member of the family Pomatostomidae, which comprises five species of Australo-Papuan babblers.

Corvida​
Corvida​

A songbird is a bird belonging to the clade Passeri of the perching birds (Passeriformes). Another name that is sometimes seen as a scientific or vernacular name is Oscines, from Latin oscen, "a songbird".

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Cracticinae​
Cracticinae​

The Cracticinae, bellmagpies and allies, gathers together 12 species of mostly crow-like birds native to Australasia and nearby areas. Historically, ...

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Crow Family​
Crow Family​

A songbird is a bird belonging to the clade Passeri of the perching birds (Passeriformes). Another name that is sometimes seen as a scientific or vernacular name is Oscines, from Latin oscen, "a songbird".

Currawong​
Currawong​

Currawong: Currawong, any of several songbirds of the Australian family Cracticidae (order Passeriformes). They are large, up to 50 centimetres (20 inches) long, with black, gray, or black-and-white plumage and yellow eyes.

Dippers​
Dippers​

Moreover, dippers have movable nasal flaps of skin that close shut so water cannot enter their nasal passages. Also interesting, and rare among songbirds, is that dippers molt both their wing and tail feathers all at once, becoming flightless for a period of time just like ducks and geese do.

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Drongos​
Drongos​

Definition of drongo - a songbird with glossy black plumage and typically a long forked tail and a crest, found in Africa, southern Asia, and Australia.,

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Dusky-Faced ​Tanager​
Dusky-Faced ​Tanager​

Dusky-faced Tanager is locally fairly common on the Caribbean slope of Central America and in Andean foothills of northwestern South America. They strongly prefer streamside areas, but can be found in other edge zones with shrubby undergrowth. Almost always low in the undergrowth, these tanagers tend to stay under cover in thick vegetation.

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Fantails​
Fantails​

Fantail: Fantail, any of numerous birds of the family Rhipiduridae. The fantails constitute the genus Rhipidura. Fantails are native to forest clearings, riverbanks, and beaches from southern Asia to New Zealand; some have become tame garden birds. Most of the two dozen species are coloured in shades of

Finches​
Finches​

The true finches are small to medium-sized passerine birds in the family Fringillidae. Finches have stout conical bills adapted for eating seeds and often have colourful plumage. They occupy a great range of habitats where they are usually resident and do not migrate.

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Flowerpecker​
Flowerpecker​

Flowerpecker, any of 44 species belonging to the songbird family Dicaeidae (sometimes placed with the sunbirds in family Nectariniidae), order Passeriformes, that have a double-tubed and brush-tipped tongue and finely serrated bill.

Grey-Crowned ​Babbler​
Grey-Crowned ​Babbler​

Grey-crowned Babbler populations have declined throughout their range as a result of land-clearing practices that ... Found in Songbird ReMix Australia ...

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Iora​
Iora​

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Juncos​
Juncos​

Eastern male ("Slate-colored Junco") is dark slate-gray on head, upper breast, flanks, and upperparts, with white lower breast and belly. Both forms have pink bill and dark gray tail with white outer tail feathers conspicuous in flight.

Kinglet​
Kinglet​

Cytochrome b gene divergence between the Madeira firecrest and the European bird is 8.5%, comparable with the divergence level between other recognised Regulus species, such as the 9% between the goldcrest and the golden-crowned kinglet.

KōKako​
KōKako​

Come on a fascinating journey with Maria Gill and discover how New Zealand’s biggest songbird can make sounds like a cat, a bell and an organ all in one tune. Get lost in the native forests where the kokako live, and learn about how these endangered birds are being saved … and why they are so special.

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Lark​
Lark​

Larks are passerine birds of the family Alaudidae. All species occur in the Old World, and in northern and eastern Australia save one, the horned lark, which is found in North America. Habitats vary widely, but many species live in dry regions.

Leaf Warbler​
Leaf Warbler​

Leaf warblers are small insectivorous birds belonging mainly to the genus Phylloscopus.The genus was introduced by the German zoologist Friedrich Boie in 1826. The genus name Phylloscopus is from Ancient Greek phullon, "leaf", and skopos, "seeker" (from skopeo, "to watch").. Leaf warblers were formerly included in the Old World warbler family but are now considered to belong to the ...

Leafbird​
Leafbird​

Leafbird, (genus Chloropsis), any of about 10 species of short-legged, grass-green birds (family Irenidae, order Passeriformes) from Southeast Asia and the Philippines. Some authorities place the leafbird in the bulbul family (Pycnonotidae).

Lyrebird​
Lyrebird​

An unsurpassed creature for its mimicry skills, no doubt! "To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com"

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Meliphagoidea​
Meliphagoidea​

A songbird is a bird belonging to the clade Passeri of the perching birds (Passeriformes). Another name that is sometimes seen as a scientific or vernacular name is Oscines, from Latin oscen, "a songbird".

Mimid​
Mimid​

For detailed information on the evolutionary relationships of the different mimid lineages, see their articles. Mockingbirds: Genus Mimus – typical mockingbirds (some 10 species, includes Mimodes)

Mockingbirds​
Mockingbirds​

A medium-sized songbird, a bit more slender than a thrush and with a longer tail. Mockingbirds have small heads, a long, thin bill with a hint of a downward curve, and long legs.

Noisy ​Scrubbird​
Noisy ​Scrubbird​

Definition of noisy scrub-bird in US English - A brown ground-dwelling songbird, Atrichornis clamosus (family Atrichornithidae), which is now found only rarely in a sm

Old World ​Babbler​
Old World ​Babbler​

Scimitar-babbler Scimitar-babbler,, any of about 12 species of songbirds of the babbler family Timaliidae (order Passeriformes), which have long, curved bills used for uncovering insects in ground litter.

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Olive-Green ​Tanager​
Olive-Green ​Tanager​

Japanese White-eye: This small active songbird has an olive-green head, neck and back. Wings and upper tail feathers are blackish-brown outlined with green. It has a yellow throat, gray breast and flanks with a buff wash, white belly and eye ring, black bill, legs and feet. It feeds mostly on insects and nectar.

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Penduline Tits​
Penduline Tits​

A songbird is a bird belonging to the clade Passeri of the perching birds (Passeriformes). Another name that is sometimes seen as a scientific or vernacular name is Oscines, from Latin oscen, "a songbird". This group contains 5,000 or so species found all over the world, in which the vocal organ typically is developed in such a way as to produce a diverse and elaborate bird song.

Phylloscopidae​
Phylloscopidae​

A songbird is a bird belonging to the clade Passeri of the perching birds (Passeriformes). Another name that is sometimes seen as a scientific or vernacular name is Oscines, from Latin oscen, "a songbird".

Remiz​
Remiz​

A remix is a piece of media which has been altered from its original state by adding, removing, and/or changing pieces of the item. A song, piece of artwork, book, video, or photograph can all be remixes. The only characteristic of a remix is that it appropriates and changes other materials to create something new.

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Rufous ​Scrubbird​
Rufous ​Scrubbird​

The rufous scrubbird (Atrichornis rufescens) is a bird species in the family Atrichornithidae. It is endemic to Australia. Two subspecies are recognized: the nominate A. r. rufescens, and A. r. ferrieri.

Starling​
Starling​

The largest starling, going on standard measurements and perhaps weight, is the Nias hill myna (Gracula robusta). This species can measure up to 36 cm (14 in) and, in domestication they can weigh up to 400 g (14 oz).

Swallow​
Swallow​

Swallow: Swallow, any of the approximately 90 species of the bird family Hirundinidae (order Passeriformes). A few, including the bank swallow, are called martins (see martin; see also woodswallow; for sea swallow, see tern).

Sylvia ​Warblers​
Sylvia ​Warblers​

The Eurasian blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla) usually known simply as the blackcap, is a common and widespread typical warbler. It has mainly olive-grey upperparts and pale grey underparts, and differences between the five subspecies are small.

Sylviid ​Warblers​
Sylviid ​Warblers​

Wrentit: Small, noisy songbird with dark gray-brown upperparts, thick streaked, red-brown to buff-brown underparts. Bill is short and black. Tail is very long and dark. Eyes are creamy white, bill is short and gray. Legs and feet are gray. Northern birds have darker upperparts than southern birds.

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Tesia​
Tesia​

The tesias are a genus, Tesia, of Old World warbler. Though once included in the large family Sylviidae, more recent research placed it within a new family, Cettiidae.

Treecreeper​
Treecreeper​

All species of treecreeper are found in forest and woodland habitats. The more northerly species are partly migratory, and those found in warmer climates are thought to be resident, although information is lacking for many species.

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Typical White-​Eyes​
Typical White-​Eyes​

While some songbirds expel cowbird eggs laid in their nests, ... This average-size songbird is the standard by which all other songbirds are measured.

Western ​Bonelli's Warbler​
Western ​Bonelli's Warbler​

Western Bonelli's warbler birdcall songbird, animal sound, bird, Phylloscopus bonelli. Sound Effects and Royalty Free Sound Effects for Creative Audio Visual Projects Including YouTube, TV, Film, PowerPoint, Flash, and All Media.

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Western Chat-​Tanager​
Western Chat-​Tanager​

The Western Chat-Tanager is generally uncommon and local, and highly skulking, being usually encountered on or close to the ground. It constructs a large and unusual cup-shaped nest with an overhanging dome and a front entrance.

White-Browed ​Babbler​
White-Browed ​Babbler​

The white-browed babbler is a small, gregarious species of bird in the family Pomatostomidae. They are endemic to the open woodlands and shrubby areas of central and southern Australia. The Latin name superciliosus refers to the supercilium or ‘eyebrow’, which is a feature synonymous with the pomatostomine babblers.

White-Eyes​
White-Eyes​

The Japanese white-eye is naturally found in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, eastern China, and the northern Philippines. Migratory populations of the bird spend winters in Burma, Hainan Island, and Vietnam. The white-eye is widespread and common in Japan, considered one of the more dominant bird species.

Wood Warbler​
Wood Warbler​

Wood warbler, also called New World warbler, any of the species in the songbird family Parulidae. Wood warblers are New World birds, distinct from the true warblers of the Old World, which represent a taxonomically diverse group.

Woodswallow​
Woodswallow​

Swallow, any of the approximately 90 species of the bird family Hirundinidae (order Passeriformes). A few, including the bank swallow, are called martins (see martin; see also woodswallow; for sea swallow, see tern).

Wren​
Wren​

Listen for its rush-and-jumble song in summer and you’ll find this species zipping through shrubs and low tree branches, snatching at insects. House Wrens will gladly use nestboxes, or you may find their twig-filled nests in old cans, boots, or boxes lying around in your garage.