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Rundown of feathered creatures of Liberia

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This is a rundown of the feathered creature species recorded in Liberia. The avifauna of Liberia incorporate an aggregate of 695 animal types, of which one is endemic, three have been presented by people and three are uncommon or unintentional.branndata Twelve species are all inclusive undermined.

This current rundown’s ordered treatment (assignment and arrangement of requests, families and species) and terminology (normal and logical names) follow the shows of The Clements Checklist of Birds of the World, sixth release. The family accounts toward the start of each heading mirror this scientific categorization, as do the species includes found in every family account. Presented and incidental species are remembered for the all out means Liberia.

The accompanying labels have been utilized to feature a few classifications. The usually happening local species don’t fall into any of these classes.

(An) Accidental – an animal categories that once in a while or inadvertently happens in Liberia

(E) Endemic – an animal categories endemic to Liberia

(I) Introduced – an animal categories acquainted with Liberia as a result, immediate or aberrant, of human activities


GrebesShearwaters and petrelsAustral storm petrelsNorthern storm petrelsTropicbirdsBoobies and gannetsCormorantsDartersFrigatebirdsPelicansBitterns, herons and egretsHammerkopIbises and spoonbillsStorksFlamingosDucks, geese and swansOspreyHawks, kites and eaglesSecretarybirdCaracaras and falconsPheasants and partridgesGuineafowlFlufftailsRails, crakes, gallinules and cootsSungrebe and finfootsBustardsButtonquailsJacanasPainted-snipeOystercatchersAvocets and stiltsThick-kneesPratincoles and coursersPlovers and lapwingsSandpipers and alliesSkuas and jaegersGulls, terns, and skimmersPigeons and dovesOld World parrotsAfrican and New World parrotsTuracosCuckoos and anisBarn owlsTypical owlsNightjarsSwiftsTrogons and quetzalsKingfishersBee-eatersTypical rollersHoopoesWoodhoopoesHornbillsAfrican barbetsHoneyguidesWoodpeckers and alliesAfrican and green broadbillsPittasLarksSwallows and martinsWagtails and pipitsCuckooshrikesBulbulsThrushes and alliesCisticolas and alliesAfrican warblersLocustellid warblersAcrocephalid warblersPhylloscopid warblersHyliotid warblersSylviid larks, parrotbills, and alliesOld World flycatchersWattle-eyesErythrocercid flycatchersFairy flycatchersMonarch flycatchersRockfowlGround babblersLaughingthrushesChickadees and titmiceTreecreepersPenduline titsSunbirds and spiderhuntersWhite-eyesOld World oriolesShrikesBushshrikes and alliesVangas, helmetshrikes, and alliesDrongosCrows, jays, ravens and magpiesStarlingsWeavers and alliesWaxbills and alliesIndigobirdsOld World buntingsFinches, euphonias, and alliesOld World sparrowsSee alsoReferencesExternal joins


Request: Podicipediformes Family: Podicipedidae

Grebes are little to medium-enormous freshwater plunging fowls. They have lobed toes and are brilliant swimmers and jumpers. Be that as it may, they have their feet put far back on the body, making them very ungraceful ashore. There are 20 species worldwide and 1 species which happens in Liberia.

Little grebe, Tachybaptus ruficollis

Shearwaters and petrels

Request: Procellariiformes Family: Procellariidae

The procellariids are the principle gathering of medium-sized “genuine petrels”, portrayed by joined nostrils with medium septum and a long external practical essential.

Delicate plumaged petrel, Pterodroma mollis

Fea’s petrel, Pterodroma feae

Bulwer’s petrel, Bulweria bulwerii

Cory’s shearwater, Calonectris borealis

Scopoli’s shearwater, Calonectris diomedea

Incredible shearwater, Ardenna gravis

Dirty shearwater, Ardenna griseus

Manx shearwater, puffinus

Balearic shearwater, Puffinus mauretanicus

Barolo shearwater, Puffinus baroli (A)

Austral tempest petrels

Request: Procellariiformes Family:


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