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What is a "Sensitive Species"?

How are Sensitive Species displayed in eBird?

How should eBirders report sensitive species?

What about other birds that aren't on the Sensitive Species List?

Sensitive Species List


Bali Mynas are Critically Endangered due to illegal poaching, fewer than 1,000 adults of the species left in the wild. 

Bill Bacon/Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab (ML106837731)

 


What is a "Sensitive Species"?


Some bird species face risks from humans of capture, targeted killing, or significant targeted disturbance. Open-access data can be a risk for these birds that are targeted for exploitation. eBird data output is restricted to protect these "Sensitive Species" while still allowing important data about them to be entered into eBird. 

 

The exploitation of wild birds for captive trade is the most significant risk for many bird species. Despite laws that protect wild birds and regulate international trade in threatened animals (see Birdlife International summary of bird trade and CITES), illegal trade remains a major threat to many species.


With these dangers to wild birds in mind, Sensitive Species listings allow eBirders to submit specific location data for at-risk species in a way that supports science and conservation, without risk of causing harm to the birds.


How are Sensitive Species defined?


eBird consults with our local partners worldwide in order to develop our list of Sensitive Species. Sensitive Species in eBird conform to these guidelines:

  • Sensitive Species are formally recommended by a partner or published source, and rationale for the listing is stored at eBird.

  • Sensitive Species in eBird are those for which demonstrable harm could occur from public display of site-level records, including (but not limited to): 1) targeted capture for the cage bird trade; 2) targeted hunting; 3) targeted disturbance of nests, roosts, or individual birds from birdwatchers or photographers. Species that are rare but are not under pressure from targeted human exploitation or disturbance generally are not considered Sensitive.

  • In many, but not all, cases, a Sensitive Species has formal listing as an Endangered or Threatened species either on a local priority list or by the IUCN (http://www.iucnredlist.org/).

  • Sensitive Species are implemented primarily at the global scale, but regional and seasonal treatments are applied in some cases.


How are Sensitive Species displayed in eBird?

 

Sensitive Species have a customized display in eBird, where they are:      

  • Hidden from checklist views, except to observers on the checklist

  • Hidden from all site-level output (e.g., Hotspot Explorer, bar charts for hotspots)

  • Shown only at grid-cell level (400 km2 accuracy) on eBird species maps 

  • Shown at region-level output (e.g., Region Explorer, Illustrated Checklists) with checklist details (date, location, observer, checklist link) omitted

  • Included in listing totals (e.g., Top 100), but never shown as "most recent addition"

  • Shown in Media Search with checklist details (date, location, observer, checklist link) omitted and only for regions larger than a hotspot

  • Specifically marked as Sensitive wherever the species name is displayed in output and location-level data has been removed, such as on the Region Explorer or Illustrated Checklist pages


Since these data can still be used by qualified scientists (including Endangered Species recovery teams), these records are still seen by our eBird reviewers, who must check identifications for accuracy. 


This endangered Blakiston’s Fish Owl was a known individual photographed from a blind in a safe setting, but many owl sightings can attract undue disturbance through unethical behavior. 

Ian Davies/Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab (ML26859651).


How should eBirders report sensitive species?

Report the observation in eBird where the record will be protected from exploitation and still help inform research and conservation for the species.


However, we ask eBirders observing any of the species on our Sensitive Species List to use discretion in sharing sightings via other public platforms (e.g., Facebook, WhatsApp, webpages, listservs, etc.). Revealing site-level records exposes the birds to risk from professional bird trappers, hunters, and/or pressure by birdwatchers and photographers and could cause significant harm to the conservation of these species. We recommend that you enjoy your good fortune privately and keep the specific location secret from others outside of eBird to help protect the species. 



Painted Buntings are a regionally sensitive species in Florida between October and April. 

David Hollie/Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab (ML26622721).


What about other birds that aren't on the Sensitive Species List?

eBird's Sensitive Species protections only apply to clear cases where public information about a species may place that species at risk. There are other cases where it may be best to not report specific observations publicly on eBird, even if the species isn't sensitive as a whole, either due to restricted site access concerns or because the bird may be harmed in some way. eBirders must take it upon themselves to understand the situation locally and to use their best judgment, as the status of a species may change from place to place. 


Here are a few ways to help protect sensitive birds when reporting to eBird:

  • Wait until the season is over and the sensitive bird(s) have left before reporting the birds to eBird. You can go back and ‘edit’ your checklists later to include sensitive records after the birds have departed.
  • Do not provide explicit coordinates or directions to sensitive records. For instance, you may say that birds were seen at a state park, instead of listing the exact location therein.
  • Delay reporting observations for 8 days or more to keep these reports off of eBird Alerts.
  • Hide observations in eBird after you have submitted a checklist by selecting that option from the “Checklist Tools” dropdown menu. This keeps the species off the output (e.g., maps, bar charts etc.) but does not hide the fact that you went birding altogether (i.e., the date and location may show up on the Recent Checklists feed, but no one will be able to see the species you saw). Once the species is safe again, we always recommend 'unhiding' your checklist because all sightings on hidden eBird checklists cannot be used for scientific analysis or by fellow birders.


For example, Long-eared Owls are particularly vulnerable to human disturbance in their day roosts across the Northeastern US, but in much of the Western US and eastern Europe this is not an issue. Matt Brady/Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab (ML45715441)


Be a conscientious birder

It’s up to each and every individual birder to ensure that they behave themselves in the field. The American Birding Association published a Birding Code of Ethics that should be followed by all birders (see below). eBird fully supports these recommendations and we are pleased that the great majority of birders follow this code. We encourage all birders to review these guidelines, and realize that they are established to help protect the birds we all love to watch! Moreover, take it upon yourself to understand the conservation concerns in your area, and be aware that your actions could impact birds negatively. Be smart, be aware, and always keep the bird’s best interests in mind.


Sensitive Species List


Species treated as Sensitive Globally

Jump to Regionally Sensitive Species


Certain species are treated as Sensitive at a global level in eBird, including species from the following groups:


Certain falcon species (Falconidae) are rare and highly valued in falconry. These species are treated as Sensitive to protect them from the falconry trade.


Parrots and parakeets. Capture of wild birds for trade has drastically reduced many populations and driven several species to extinction in the wild (Olah et al. 2016). 


Asian birds at risk from commercial trade, particularly species and subspecies groups that are considered Critically Endangered or Endangered by the IUCN, have small or restricted populations, or are known to be severely declining from commercial trade in parts of Southeast Asia. 


Owls sensitive to targeted disturbance. Disturbance at their day roosts or use of playback can repeatedly disturb individuals, pairs, or small populations. Large crowds surrounding and following certain owls in winter (sometimes engaging in unethical baiting practices) disrupts natural hunting and exposes owls to great risk from vehicle collisions or habituation to humans. We currently treat certain species as globally Sensitive because of known issues with publicizing specific locations. However, we encourage ethical behavior around all owls.


Species sensitive to targeted disturbance—certain species with small populations or habitats that cannot tolerate significant targeted disturbance.


Landbirds in certain regions of South America have active bird trade and this has led to severe population declines. This includes species that are considered Critically Endangered or Endangered by the IUCN, have small or restricted populations, or are known to be severely declining from bird trade. Common Diuca-Finch x Yellow Cardinal (hybrid) is included becaused sightings could be used to locate breeding areas of Yellow Cardinal.

Species sensitive to targeted hunting. Some species are under particular pressure from hunting, either for food or for use of the bird's body parts (e.g., Helmeted Hornbill), and hunters may specifically target individuals or concentrations of birds.

Extinct in the Wild species, which persist in captivity, are protected as Sensitive Species to ensure that reintroduction efforts have the best chance at success. 


Codes in brackets refer to IUCN Red List (v2019) codes of Critically Endangered [CR], Endangered [EN], or Extinct in the Wild [EW]. 


Philippine DuckPhilippine DuckAnas luzonica
Alagoas CurassowAlagoas CurassowMitu mitu[EW]
Gunnison Sage-GrouseGunnison Sage-GrouseCentrocercus minimus[EN]
Lesser Prairie-ChickenLesser Prairie-ChickenTympanuchus pallidicinctus
Edwards's PheasantEdwards's PheasantLophura edwardsi[CR]
Hainan Peacock-PheasantHainan Peacock-PheasantPolyplectron katsumatae[EN]
Silvery Wood-PigeonSilvery Wood-PigeonColumba argentina[CR]
Wetar Ground DoveWetar Ground DoveAlopecoenas hoedtii[EN]
Blue-eyed Ground DoveBlue-eyed Ground DoveColumbina cyanopis[CR]
Western Crowned-PigeonWestern Crowned-PigeonGoura cristata
Great Indian BustardGreat Indian BustardArdeotis nigriceps[CR]
Lesser FloricanLesser FloricanSypheotides indicus[EN]
Dulit FrogmouthDulit FrogmouthBatrachostomus harterti
Gorgeted PufflegGorgeted PufflegEriocnemis isabellae[CR]
Chilean WoodstarChilean WoodstarEulidia yarrellii[CR]
Guam RailGuam RailGallirallus owstoni[CR]
Plains-wandererPlains-wandererPedionomus torquatus[CR]
Philippine EaglePhilippine EaglePithecophaga jefferyi[CR]
Flores Scops-OwlFlores Scops-OwlOtus alfredi[EN]
Javan Scops-OwlJavan Scops-OwlOtus angelinae
Rinjani Scops-OwlRinjani Scops-OwlOtus jolandae
Philippine Eagle-OwlPhilippine Eagle-OwlBubo philippensis
Blakiston's Fish-OwlBlakiston's Fish-OwlKetupa blakistoni[EN]
Brown Fish-Owl (Turkish)Brown Fish-Owl (Turkish)Ketupa zeylonensis semenowi
Northern Hawk OwlNorthern Hawk OwlSurnia ulula
Northern Hawk Owl (American)Northern Hawk Owl (American)Surnia ulula caparoch
Northern Hawk Owl (Eurasian)Northern Hawk Owl (Eurasian)Surnia ulula ulula/tianschanica
Javan OwletJavan OwletGlaucidium castanopterum
Desert OwlDesert OwlStrix hadorami
Omani OwlOmani OwlStrix butleri
Spotted OwlSpotted OwlStrix occidentalis
Spotted Owl (Northern)Spotted Owl (Northern)Strix occidentalis caurina
Spotted Owl (California)Spotted Owl (California)Strix occidentalis occidentalis
Spotted Owl (Mexican)Spotted Owl (Mexican)Strix occidentalis lucida
Ural OwlUral OwlStrix uralensis
Pere David's OwlPere David's OwlStrix davidi
Great Gray OwlGreat Gray OwlStrix nebulosa
Great Gray Owl (American)Great Gray Owl (American)Strix nebulosa nebulosa
Great Gray Owl (Lapland)Great Gray Owl (Lapland)Strix nebulosa lapponica
Helmeted HornbillHelmeted HornbillBuceros vigil[CR]
Writhe-billed HornbillWrithe-billed HornbillRhabdotorrhinus waldeni[CR]
Javan KingfisherJavan KingfisherHalcyon cyanoventris
Guam KingfisherGuam KingfisherTodiramphus cinnamominus[EW]
Orange-breasted FalconOrange-breasted FalconFalco deiroleucus
Saker FalconSaker FalconFalco cherrug[EN]
GyrfalconGyrfalconFalco rusticolus
Olive-shouldered ParrotOlive-shouldered ParrotAprosmictus jonquillaceus
Derbyan ParakeetDerbyan ParakeetPsittacula derbiana
Great-billed ParrotGreat-billed ParrotTanygnathus megalorynchos
Azure-rumped ParrotAzure-rumped ParrotTanygnathus sumatranus
Azure-rumped Parrot (Blue-backed)Azure-rumped Parrot (Blue-backed)Tanygnathus sumatranus [everetti Group]
Azure-rumped Parrot (Azure-rumped)Azure-rumped Parrot (Azure-rumped)Tanygnathus sumatranus sumatranus/sangirensis
Iris LorikeetIris LorikeetSaudareos iris
Glaucous MacawGlaucous MacawAnodorhynchus glaucus
Maroon-fronted ParrotMaroon-fronted ParrotRhynchopsitta terrisi[EN]
Sun ParakeetSun ParakeetAratinga solstitialis[EN]
Great Green MacawGreat Green MacawAra ambiguus[CR]
Javan Banded-PittaJavan Banded-PittaHydrornis guajanus
Gurney's PittaGurney's PittaHydrornis gurneyi[CR]
Pied Shrike-BabblerPied Shrike-BabblerPteruthius flaviscapis
Trilling Shrike-BabblerTrilling Shrike-BabblerPteruthius aenobarbus
Fawn-breasted WhistlerFawn-breasted WhistlerPachycephala orpheus
Isabela OrioleIsabela OrioleOriolus isabellae[CR]
Cerulean FlycatcherCerulean FlycatcherEutrichomyias rowleyi[CR]
Sumatran DrongoSumatran DrongoDicrurus sumatranus
Wallacean DrongoWallacean DrongoDicrurus densus
Javan Green-MagpieJavan Green-MagpieCissa thalassina[CR]
Bornean Green-MagpieBornean Green-MagpieCissa jefferyi
Sumatran TreepieSumatran TreepieDendrocitta occipitalis
Hawaiian CrowHawaiian CrowCorvus hawaiiensis[EW]
Ruby-throated BulbulRuby-throated BulbulRubigula dispar
Straw-headed BulbulStraw-headed BulbulPycnonotus zeylanicus[CR]
Spot-necked BulbulSpot-necked BulbulPycnonotus tympanistrigus
Aceh BulbulAceh BulbulPycnonotus snouckaerti[EN]
Orange-spotted BulbulOrange-spotted BulbulPycnonotus bimaculatus
Aceh/Orange-spotted BulbulAceh/Orange-spotted BulbulPycnonotus snouckaerti/bimaculatus
Gray-cheeked BulbulGray-cheeked BulbulAlophoixus tephrogenys
Brown-cheeked BulbulBrown-cheeked BulbulAlophoixus bres[EN]
Sangihe Golden-BulbulSangihe Golden-BulbulAlophoixus platenae[CR]
Javan Gray-throated White-eyeJavan Gray-throated White-eyeHeleia javanica
Javan White-eyeJavan White-eyeZosterops flavus[EN]
Black-browed BabblerBlack-browed BabblerMalacocincla perspicillata
Gray-crowned CrociasGray-crowned CrociasLaniellus langbianis[EN]
Spotted CrociasSpotted CrociasLaniellus albonotatus
Collared LaughingthrushCollared LaughingthrushTrochalopteron yersini[EN]
Golden-winged LaughingthrushGolden-winged LaughingthrushTrochalopteron ngoclinhense[EN]
Silver-eared Mesia (Sumatran)Silver-eared Mesia (Sumatran)Leiothrix argentauris laurinae/rookmakeri[EN]
Gray-faced LiocichlaGray-faced LiocichlaLiocichla omeiensis
Rufous-fronted LaughingthrushRufous-fronted LaughingthrushGarrulax rufifrons[CR]
Sunda LaughingthrushSunda LaughingthrushGarrulax palliatus
Sumatran LaughingthrushSumatran LaughingthrushGarrulax bicolor[EN]
Chestnut-eared LaughingthrushChestnut-eared LaughingthrushIanthocincla konkakinhensis
Biet's LaughingthrushBiet's LaughingthrushIanthocincla bieti
White-cheeked LaughingthrushWhite-cheeked LaughingthrushPterorhinus vassali
Blue-crowned LaughingthrushBlue-crowned LaughingthrushPterorhinus courtoisi[CR]
Buffy LaughingthrushBuffy LaughingthrushPterorhinus berthemyi
Finch-billed MynaFinch-billed MynaScissirostrum dubium
Enggano MynaEnggano MynaGracula enganensis
Nias MynaNias MynaGracula robusta[CR]
Asian Pied Starling (Javan)Asian Pied Starling (Javan)Gracupica contra jalla[CR]
Bali MynaBali MynaLeucopsar rothschildi[CR]
Black-winged StarlingBlack-winged StarlingAcridotheres melanopterus
Black-winged Starling (Black-winged)Black-winged Starling (Black-winged)Acridotheres melanopterus melanopterus[CR]
Black-winged Starling (Gray-backed)Black-winged Starling (Gray-backed)Acridotheres melanopterus tricolor[CR]
Black-winged Starling (Gray-rumped)Black-winged Starling (Gray-rumped)Acridotheres melanopterus tertius[CR]
Pale-bellied MynaPale-bellied MynaAcridotheres cinereus
PuaiohiPuaiohiMyadestes palmeri[CR]
Sumatran CochoaSumatran CochoaCochoa beccarii
Javan CochoaJavan CochoaCochoa azurea
Buru ThrushBuru ThrushGeokichla dumasi
Seram ThrushSeram ThrushGeokichla joiceyi
Chestnut-capped ThrushChestnut-capped ThrushGeokichla interpres[EN]
Enggano ThrushEnggano ThrushGeokichla leucolaema
Chestnut-backed ThrushChestnut-backed ThrushGeokichla dohertyi
Slaty-backed ThrushSlaty-backed ThrushGeokichla schistacea
Javan Blue FlycatcherJavan Blue FlycatcherCyornis banyumas
Javan Whistling-ThrushJavan Whistling-ThrushMyophonus glaucinus
Sunda ForktailSunda ForktailEnicurus velatus
Sunda RobinSunda RobinMyiomela diana
Sunda Robin (Sumatran)Sunda Robin (Sumatran)Myiomela diana sumatrana
Sunda Robin (Javan)Sunda Robin (Javan)Myiomela diana diana
White-flanked SunbirdWhite-flanked SunbirdAethopyga eximia
Greater Green LeafbirdGreater Green LeafbirdChloropsis sonnerati[EN]
Sumatran LeafbirdSumatran LeafbirdChloropsis media[EN]
Blue-masked LeafbirdBlue-masked LeafbirdChloropsis venusta
Finn's WeaverFinn's WeaverPloceus megarhynchus
Zebra Finch (Lesser Sundas)Zebra Finch (Lesser Sundas)Taeniopygia guttata guttata
Timor SparrowTimor SparrowPadda fuscata
Tricolored ParrotfinchTricolored ParrotfinchErythrura tricolor
Mount Mutis Parrotfinch (undescribed form)Mount Mutis Parrotfinch (undescribed form)Erythrura [undescribed form]
Green AvadavatGreen AvadavatAmandava formosa
Yellow-faced SiskinYellow-faced SiskinSpinus yarrellii
Red SiskinRed SiskinSpinus cucullatus[EN]
Great-billed Seed-FinchGreat-billed Seed-FinchSporophila maximiliani[EN]
Large-billed Seed-FinchLarge-billed Seed-FinchSporophila crassirostris
Yellow CardinalYellow CardinalGubernatrix cristata[EN]
Diuca Finch x Yellow Cardinal (hybrid)Diuca Finch x Yellow Cardinal (hybrid)Diuca diuca x Gubernatrix cristata

 


Orange-breasted Falcon by Gustavo Diniz Mendes de Carvalho/Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab (ML8066432).


Regionally Sensitive Species


In addition to the species treated as Sensitive at a global level (above), a subset of species Sensitive in their native range or in subsets of their range are also included. For some of these (e.g., Java Sparrow) the species is Sensitive throughout all of its native range, but has introduced populations in certain places (e.g., Hawaii) where site-level records are still displayed. 


Many parrot species are treated as Sensitive in their native range only, since some introduced populations are worth displaying openly and may represent important populations for conservation with other wild populations so close to extinction.


Codes in brackets refer to IUCN Red List (v2019) codes of Critically Endangered [CR], Endangered [EN], or Extinct in the Wild [EW]. 

 

Whooper SwanCygnus cygnusScotland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Baer's PochardAythya baeri[CR]South Korea
Greater ScaupAythya marilaScotland-GB (May 01-Jul 31)
Common ScoterMelanitta nigraScotland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Common GoldeneyeBucephala clangulaEngland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Scaly-sided MerganserMergus squamatus[EN]South Korea
Hazel GrouseTetrastes bonasiaSwitzerland
Greater Sage-GrouseCentrocercus urophasianusCanada, Oregon-US (Feb 01-May 31)
Sharp-tailed GrouseTympanuchus phasianellusBritish Columbia-CA, Wisconsin-US
Greater Prairie-ChickenTympanuchus cupidoIllinois-US
Greater Prairie-Chicken (pinnatus)Tympanuchus cupido pinnatusIllinois-US
Greater Prairie-Chicken (Heath Hen)Tympanuchus cupido cupidoIllinois-US
Greater Prairie-Chicken (Attwater's)Tympanuchus cupido attwateriIllinois-US
Rock PtarmiganLagopus mutaSpain
Spruce GrouseCanachites canadensisNew York-US
Spruce Grouse (Spruce)Canachites canadensis [canadensis Group]New York-US
Spruce Grouse (Franklin's)Canachites canadensis franklinii/isleibiNew York-US
Western CapercaillieTetrao urogallusSwitzerland, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Poland
Black GrouseLyrurus tetrix
Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Poland
Gray PartridgePerdix perdix
Switzerland
Ring-necked PheasantPhasianus colchicusMongolia
Ring-necked Pheasant (Ring-necked)Phasianus colchicus [colchicus Group]Mongolia
Ring-necked Pheasant (Green)Phasianus colchicus [versicolor Group]Mongolia
Altai SnowcockTetraogallus altaicusMongolia
Blue-breasted QuailSynoicus chinensisTaiwan
Rock PartridgeAlectoris graecaSwitzerland, Bayern-DE
Rock Partridge (European)Alectoris graeca [graeca Group]Switzerland, Bayern-DE
Rock Partridge (Sicilian)Alectoris graeca whitakeriSwitzerland, Bayern-DE
Horned GrebePodiceps auritusScotland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Eared GrebePodiceps nigricollisUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Sclater's Crowned-PigeonGoura sclateriiIndonesia
Scheepmaker's Crowned-PigeonGoura scheepmakeriIndonesia
Victoria Crowned-PigeonGoura victoriaIndonesia
Pin-tailed SandgrousePterocles alchataTurkey
Pin-tailed Sandgrouse (Iberian)Pterocles alchata alchataTurkey
Pin-tailed Sandgrouse (Pin-tailed)Pterocles alchata caudacutusTurkey
Great BustardOtis tarda
Italy, Morocco, Mongolia, Turkey, England-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Macqueen's BustardChlamydotis macqueeniiIsrael, Mongolia, Palestinian Territory
Little BustardTetrax tetrax
Italy
Sunda CoucalCentropus nigrorufusIndonesia
Yellow-billed CuckooCoccyzus americanusIdaho-US
Eurasian NightjarCaprimulgus europaeusSwitzerland
Egyptian NightjarCaprimulgus aegyptiusIsrael, Palestinian Territory
Nubian NightjarCaprimulgus nubicusIsrael, Palestinian Territory
Nubian Nightjar (Nubian)Caprimulgus nubicus nubicus/tamaricisIsrael, Palestinian Territory
Nubian Nightjar (Torrid)Caprimulgus nubicus torridusIsrael, Palestinian Territory
Nubian Nightjar (Socotra)Caprimulgus nubicus jonesiIsrael, Palestinian Territory
King RailRallus elegansOntario-CA, New York-US (Mar 15-Aug 15), Wisconsin-US (May 15-Aug 01)
King Rail (Northern)Rallus elegans elegansOntario-CA, New York-US (Mar 15-Aug 15)
King Rail (Cuban)Rallus elegans ramsdeniOntario-CA, New York-US (Mar 15-Aug 15)
Corn CrakeCrex crex
Switzerland, United Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Spotted CrakePorzana porzanaUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31)
WatercockGallicrex cinereaSouth Korea (Jun 01-Aug 31), Taiwan
White-breasted WaterhenAmaurornis phoenicurusSouth Korea (Jun 01-Aug 31)
Ruddy-breasted CrakeZapornia fuscaSouth Korea (Jun 01-Aug 31)
Black RailLaterallus jamaicensisCanada, United States
Black Rail (Northern)Laterallus jamaicensis jamaicensis/coturniculusCanada, United States
Black Rail (Southern South America)Laterallus jamaicensis salinasi/murivagansCanada, United States
Black Rail (Junin)Laterallus jamaicensis tuerosi[EN]Canada, United States
Siberian CraneLeucogeranus leucogeranus[CR]Mongolia
Sarus CraneAntigone antigoneChhattisgarh-IN
Common CraneGrus grus
United Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Whooping CraneGrus americana[EN]Georgia-US, Indiana-US, Kentucky-US, Louisiana-US, Nebraska-US, Texas-US (Apr 01-Sep 01), Wisconsin-US
Red-crowned CraneGrus japonensis[EN]Japan (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Eurasian Thick-kneeBurhinus oedicnemusBaden-Württemberg-DE (Mar 01-Sep 30), England-GB (Apr 01-Oct 15)
Black-winged StiltHimantopus himantopusEngland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Sociable LapwingVanellus gregarius[CR]Gujarat-IN (Jan 01-Mar 31 & Nov 01-Dec 31), Rajasthan-IN (Nov 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31)
Piping PloverCharadrius melodusWisconsin-US
Eurasian DotterelCharadrius morinellusScotland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Temminck's StintCalidris temminckiiScotland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Spoon-billed SandpiperCalidris pygmaea[CR]Russia
Purple SandpiperCalidris maritimaScotland-GB (May 01-Jul 31)
Great SnipeGallinago mediaLubelskie-PL (Apr 01-Jul 01), Mazowieckie-PL (Apr 01-Jul 01), Podlaskie-PL (Apr 01-Jul 01)
Red-necked PhalaropePhalaropus lobatusScotland-GB (May 01-Jul 31)
Green SandpiperTringa ochropusScotland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Common GreenshankTringa nebulariaScotland-GB (May 01-Jul 31)
Wood SandpiperTringa glareolaScotland-GB (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Small ButtonquailTurnix sylvaticusAlgeria, Spain, Gibraltar, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Portugal, Tunisia
Black-bellied TernSterna acuticauda[EN]India (Feb 01-Jun 30)
Indian SkimmerRynchops albicollis[EN]India (Feb 01-Jul 31)
Arctic LoonGavia arctica
Scotland-GB (Mar 15-Aug 31)
Black StorkCiconia nigra
Germany (Mar 01-Aug 15), Italy (Apr 01-Aug 15)
Dalmatian PelicanPelecanus crispusMongolia
Yellow BitternIxobrychus sinensisSouth Korea (Jun 01-Aug 31)
Schrenck's BitternIxobrychus eurhythmusSouth Korea (Jun 01-Aug 31)
Japanese Night-HeronGorsachius goisagiJapan (Apr 15-Aug 31 & Apr 01-Jul 31), South Korea, Philippines
Egyptian VultureNeophron percnopterus[EN]Italy
European Honey-buzzardPernis apivorusUnited Kingdom (May 01-Aug 20)
Oriental Honey-buzzardPernis ptilorhynchusJapan (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Oriental Honey-buzzard (Northern)Pernis ptilorhynchus orientalisJapan (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Oriental Honey-buzzard (Indomalayan)Pernis ptilorhynchus [ptilorhynchus Group]Japan (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Crested Serpent-EagleSpilornis cheelaJapan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Crested)Spilornis cheela [cheela Group]Japan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Andaman)Spilornis cheela davisoniJapan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Central Nicobar)Spilornis cheela minimusJapan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Ryukyu)Spilornis cheela perplexusJapan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Natuna)Spilornis cheela natunensisJapan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Simeulue)Spilornis cheela abbottiJapan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Nias)Spilornis cheela asturinusJapan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Mentawai)Spilornis cheela siporaJapan
Crested Serpent-Eagle (Bawean)Spilornis cheela baweanusJapan
Mountain Hawk-EagleNisaetus nipalensisJapan
Black-and-chestnut EagleSpizaetus isidori[EN]Colombia
Greater Spotted EagleClanga clangaPodlaskie-PL (Mar 01-Aug 20)
Steppe EagleAquila nipalensis[EN]Ankara-TR (Mar 01-Aug 31), Kırşehir-TR (Mar 01-Aug 31), Konya-TR (Mar 01-Aug 31), Aksaray-TR (Mar 01-Aug 31)
Spanish EagleAquila adalbertiPortugal
Golden EagleAquila chrysaetosIsrael, Italy (Mar 01-Aug 15), Japan, Palestinian Territory, Scotland-GB, Malopolskie-PL, Podkarpackie-PL, Pomorskie-PL, Maine-US (Apr 10-Sep 25), New York-US (Apr 15-Sep 15)
Bonelli's EagleAquila fasciataIsrael, Italy, Palestinian Territory, Turkey
Gray-faced BuzzardButastur indicusJapan (May 01-Jul 31)
Eastern Marsh-HarrierCircus spilonotusJapan (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Hen HarrierCircus cyaneusUnited Kingdom (Feb 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Montagu's HarrierCircus pygargusItaly, England-GB (Apr 01-Aug 31)
Japanese SparrowhawkAccipiter gularisKagoshima-JP, Okinawa-JP
Northern GoshawkAccipiter gentilisUnited Kingdom (Feb 01-Jul 31), Japan, Ontario-CA (Mar 01-Jul 31), Maryland-US (Apr 01-Aug 31), New York-US (Mar 15-Aug 15), Pennsylvania-US (Mar 01-Aug 31), Wisconsin-US (Mar 01-Aug 01)
Northern Goshawk (Eurasian)Accipiter gentilis [gentilis Group]United Kingdom, Japan, Ontario-CA (Mar 01-Jul 31), Maryland-US (Apr 01-Aug 31), New York-US (Mar 15-Aug 15), Pennsylvania-US (Mar 01-Aug 31), Wisconsin-US (Mar 01-Aug 01)
Northern Goshawk (American)Accipiter gentilis atricapillus/laingiUnited Kingdom, Japan, Ontario-CA (Mar 01-Jul 31), Maryland-US (Apr 01-Aug 31), New York-US (Mar 15-Aug 15), Pennsylvania-US (Mar 01-Aug 31), Wisconsin-US (Mar 01-Aug 01)
White-tailed EagleHaliaeetus albicillaJapan (Mar 01-Jul 31), Scotland-GB (Feb 01-Jul 31)
Eastern BuzzardButeo japonicusTokyo-JP
Australasian Grass-OwlTyto longimembrisTaiwan
Barn OwlTyto alba
Canada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Eurasian)Tyto alba [alba Group]Canada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Madeiran)Tyto alba schmitziCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Canary Is.)Tyto alba gracilirostrisCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (African)Tyto alba affinisCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Bioko)Tyto alba poensisCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Cape Verde)Tyto alba detortaCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Sao Tome)Tyto alba thomensisCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Boang)Tyto alba crassirostrisCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Eastern)Tyto alba [javanica Group]Canada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (American)Tyto alba [tuidara Group]Canada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (White-winged)Tyto alba furcataCanada, China, Indonesia, Maryland-US, New York-US
Barn Owl (Curacao)Tyto alba bargeiCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Lesser Antilles)Tyto alba insularis/nigrescensCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Barn Owl (Galapagos)Tyto alba punctatissimaCanada, China, Indonesia, Poland, Maryland-US, New York-US, Wisconsin-US
Oriental Bay-OwlPhodilus badiusChina, Indonesia
Sunda Scops-OwlOtus lempiji
Indonesia
Japanese Scops-OwlOtus semitorquesSouth Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30)
Eurasian Scops-OwlOtus scops
Switzerland, Germany
Oriental Scops-OwlOtus sunia
South Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30)
Eurasian Eagle-OwlBubo bubo
Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30), Mongolia, Poland
Rock Eagle-OwlBubo bengalensisIndia
Brown Fish-OwlKetupa zeylonensisIran, Turkey
Brown Fish-Owl (Eastern)Ketupa zeylonensis [zeylonensis Group]Iran, Turkey
Tawny Fish-OwlKetupa flavipesTaiwan
Buffy Fish-OwlKetupa ketupuIndonesia
Eurasian Pygmy-OwlGlaucidium passerinumSwitzerland
Ferruginous Pygmy-OwlGlaucidium brasilianumArizona-US, California-US
Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl (Ferruginous)Glaucidium brasilianum [brasilianum Group]Arizona-US, California-US
Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl (Tucuman)Glaucidium brasilianum tucumanumArizona-US, California-US
Collared OwletTaenioptynx brodieiTaiwan
Elf OwlMicrathene whitneyiCalifornia-US
Little OwlAthene noctuaSwitzerland, South Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30), Poland
Little Owl (Little)Athene noctua [noctua Group]Switzerland, South Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30), Poland
Little Owl (Abyssinian)Athene noctua spilogastra/somaliensisSwitzerland, South Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30), Poland
Little Owl (Lilith)Athene noctua lilithSwitzerland, South Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30), Poland
Little Owl (Hutton's)Athene noctua bactrianaSwitzerland, South Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30), Poland
Burrowing OwlAthene cuniculariaAlberta-CA, British Columbia-CA, Manitoba-CA, Saskatchewan-CA
Burrowing Owl (Western)Athene cunicularia hypugaea/rostrataAlberta-CA, British Columbia-CA, Manitoba-CA, Saskatchewan-CA
Burrowing Owl (Florida)Athene cunicularia floridanaAlberta-CA, British Columbia-CA, Manitoba-CA, Saskatchewan-CA
Burrowing Owl (guadeloupensis Group)Athene cunicularia [guadeloupensis Group]Alberta-CA, British Columbia-CA, Manitoba-CA, Saskatchewan-CA
Burrowing Owl (Andean)Athene cunicularia [tolimae Group]Alberta-CA, British Columbia-CA, Manitoba-CA, Saskatchewan-CA
Burrowing Owl (Littoral)Athene cunicularia nanodes/juninensisAlberta-CA, British Columbia-CA, Manitoba-CA, Saskatchewan-CA
Burrowing Owl (grallaria)Athene cunicularia grallariaAlberta-CA, British Columbia-CA, Manitoba-CA, Saskatchewan-CA
Burrowing Owl (Southern)Athene cunicularia [cunicularia Group]Alberta-CA, British Columbia-CA, Manitoba-CA, Saskatchewan-CA
Spotted Wood-OwlStrix seloputoIndonesia
Brown Wood-OwlStrix leptogrammicaTaiwan
Brown Wood-Owl (Brown)Strix leptogrammica [indranee Group]Taiwan
Brown Wood-Owl (Bornean)Strix leptogrammica [leptogrammica Group]Taiwan
Himalayan OwlStrix nivicolumSouth Korea (Feb 01-Sep 30), Taiwan
Long-eared OwlAsio otus
Switzerland, United Kingdom, Taiwan (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31), British Columbia-CA (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Apr 30), Maryland-US (Apr 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Mar 01-Aug 15), Wisconsin-US (Jan 01-Apr 15 & Nov 01-Dec 31)
Long-eared Owl (American)Asio otus wilsonianus/tuftsiSwitzerland, United Kingdom, Taiwan (Jan 01-Mar 31 & Oct 01-Dec 31), British Columbia-CA (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Apr 30), Maryland-US (Apr 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Mar 01-Aug 15), Wisconsin-US (Nov 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Apr 15)
Long-eared Owl (Eurasian)Asio otus otus/canariensisSwitzerland, United Kingdom, Taiwan (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31), British Columbia-CA (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Apr 30), Maryland-US (Apr 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Mar 01-Aug 15), Wisconsin-US (Nov 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Apr 15)
Short-eared OwlAsio flammeusTaiwan (Jan 01-Mar 31 & Oct 01-Dec 31), Maryland-US (May 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Apr 15-Jul 15)
Short-eared Owl (Northern)Asio flammeus flammeusTaiwan (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31), Maryland-US (May 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Apr 15-Jul 15)
Short-eared Owl (Pohnpei)Asio flammeus ponapensisTaiwan (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31), Maryland-US (May 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Apr 15-Jul 15)
Short-eared Owl (Hawaiian)Asio flammeus sandwichensisTaiwan (Jan 01-Mar 31 & Oct 01-Dec 31), Maryland-US (May 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Apr 15-Jul 15)
Short-eared Owl (Antillean)Asio flammeus domingensis/portoricensisTaiwan (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31), Maryland-US (May 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Apr 15-Jul 15)
Short-eared Owl (Galapagos)Asio flammeus galapagoensisTaiwan (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31), Maryland-US (May 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Apr 15-Jul 15)
Short-eared Owl (South American)Asio flammeus [suinda Group]Taiwan (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31), Maryland-US (May 01-Sep 30), New York-US (Apr 15-Jul 15)
Long-eared/Short-eared OwlAsio otus/flammeusTaiwan (Oct 01-Dec 31 & Jan 01-Mar 31), Maryland-US (Apr 01-Sep 30)
Asio sp.Asio sp.
Maryland-US (Apr 01-Sep 30)
Boreal OwlAegolius funereusSwitzerland, Japan, Poland, Turkey, Moskovskaya oblast'-RU, Moscow-RU, Wisconsin-US
Boreal Owl (Tengmalm's)Aegolius funereus [funereus Group]Switzerland, Japan, Poland, Turkey, Moskovskaya oblast'-RU, Moscow-RU, Wisconsin-US
Boreal Owl (Richardson's)Aegolius funereus richardsoniSwitzerland, Japan, Poland, Turkey, Moskovskaya oblast'-RU, Moscow-RU, Wisconsin-US
Northern Saw-whet OwlAegolius acadicusMaryland-US (Apr 01-Sep 30)
Northern Saw-whet Owl (acadicus)Aegolius acadicus acadicusMaryland-US (Apr 01-Sep 30)
Northern Saw-whet Owl (Haida Gwaii)Aegolius acadicus brooksiMaryland-US (Apr 01-Sep 30)
Northern BoobookNinox japonicaHokkaido-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aomori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Iwate-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyagi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Akita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamagata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ibaraki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tochigi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gunma-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saitama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Chiba-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokyo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kanagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Niigata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Toyama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ishikawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukui-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamanashi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagano-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gifu-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shizuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aichi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Mie-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shiga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kyoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Osaka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hyogo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nara-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Wakayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tottori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shimane-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Okayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hiroshima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamaguchi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ehime-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kochi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagasaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kumamoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Oita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyazaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31)
Great HornbillBuceros bicornisGoa-IN, Karnataka-IN, Kerala-IN, Maharashtra-IN, Tamil Nadu-IN
Ruddy KingfisherHalcyon coromandaHokkaido-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Aomori-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Iwate-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Miyagi-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Akita-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Yamagata-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Fukushima-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Ibaraki-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Tochigi-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Gunma-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Saitama-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Chiba-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Tokyo-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Kanagawa-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Niigata-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Toyama-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Ishikawa-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Fukui-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Yamanashi-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Nagano-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Gifu-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Shizuoka-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Aichi-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Mie-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Shiga-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Kyoto-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Osaka-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Hyogo-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Nara-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Wakayama-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Tottori-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Shimane-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Okayama-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Hiroshima-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Yamaguchi-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Tokushima-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Kagawa-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Ehime-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Kochi-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Fukuoka-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Saga-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Nagasaki-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Kumamoto-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Oita-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31), Miyazaki-JP (Apr 15-Jul 31)
European RollerCoracias garrulusPoland
Eurasian Three-toed WoodpeckerPicoides tridactylusJapan
Eurasian Three-toed Woodpecker (Eurasian)Picoides tridactylus [tridactylus Group]Japan
Eurasian Three-toed Woodpecker (Dark-bodied)Picoides tridactylus funebrisJapan
White-backed WoodpeckerDendrocopos leucotosSwitzerland
White-backed Woodpecker (Lilford's)Dendrocopos leucotos lilfordiSwitzerland
White-backed Woodpecker (White-backed)Dendrocopos leucotos [leucotos Group]Switzerland
White-backed Woodpecker (Amami)Dendrocopos leucotos owstoniSwitzerland
Black WoodpeckerDryocopus martiusJapan (Apr 01-Jun 30)
Sooty FalconFalco concolorIsrael, Palestinian Territory
Lanner FalconFalco biarmicusAndorra, Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Algeria, Egypt, Western Sahara, Spain, France, Georgia, Gibraltar, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Israel, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Oman, Palestinian Territory, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, Kosovo, Yemen
Peregrine FalconFalco peregrinusUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (North American)Falco peregrinus anatumUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Tundra)Falco peregrinus calidus/tundriusUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Peale's)Falco peregrinus pealeiUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (South American)Falco peregrinus cassiniUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Eurasian)Falco peregrinus [peregrinus Group]United Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Mediterranean)Falco peregrinus brookeiUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Barbary)Falco peregrinus pelegrinoidesUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Cape Verde)Falco peregrinus madensUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Red-capped)Falco peregrinus babylonicusUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (African)Falco peregrinus minorUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Madagascar)Falco peregrinus radamaUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Shaheen)Falco peregrinus peregrinatorUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Indo-Pacific)Falco peregrinus ernesti/nesiotesUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Peregrine Falcon (Australian)Falco peregrinus macropus/submelanogenysUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31), Isle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31), Japan
Palm CockatooProbosciger aterrimusIndonesia
Tanimbar CorellaCacatua goffinianaIndonesia
Philippine CockatooCacatua haematuropygia[CR]Philippines
Yellow-crested CockatooCacatua sulphurea[CR]Indonesia, Singapore, Timor-Leste
Yellow-crested Cockatoo (Yellow-crested)Cacatua sulphurea [sulphurea Group]Indonesia, Singapore, Timor-Leste
Yellow-crested Cockatoo (Orange-crested)Cacatua sulphurea citrinocristataIndonesia, Singapore, Timor-Leste
Sulphur-crested CockatooCacatua galeritaIndonesia
Salmon-crested CockatooCacatua moluccensisIndonesia
White CockatooCacatua alba[EN]Indonesia
Pesquet's ParrotPsittrichas fulgidusIndonesia
Moluccan King-ParrotAlisterus amboinensisIndonesia
Buru Racquet-tailPrioniturus madaIndonesia
Golden-mantled Racquet-tailPrioniturus platurusIndonesia
Blue-winged Racquet-tailPrioniturus verticalis[CR]Philippines
Yellow-breasted Racquet-tailPrioniturus flavicansIndonesia
Green Racquet-tailPrioniturus luconensis[EN]Philippines
Alexandrine ParakeetPsittacula eupatriaVietnam
Gray-headed ParakeetPsittacula finschiiVietnam
Blossom-headed ParakeetPsittacula roseataVietnam
Red-breasted ParakeetPsittacula alexandriVietnam
Black-lored ParrotTanygnathus gramineusIndonesia
Blue-naped ParrotTanygnathus lucionensisIndonesia, Philippines
Night ParrotPezoporus occidentalis[EN]Australia
Orange-bellied ParrotNeophema chrysogaster[CR]Australia
Ouvea ParakeetEunymphicus uvaeensisNew Caledonia
Double-eyed Fig-Parrot (Coxen's)Cyclopsitta diophthalma coxeni[EN]Australia
Blue-fronted LorikeetCharmosynopsis toxopei[CR]Indonesia
Chattering LoryLorius garrulusIndonesia
Purple-naped LoryLorius domicella[EN]Indonesia
Black-capped LoryLorius lory
Indonesia
Mindanao LorikeetSaudareos johnstoniaePhilippines
Blue-streaked LoryEos reticulataIndonesia
Blue-eared LoryEos semilarvataIndonesia
Red LoryEos bornea
Indonesia
Red-and-blue LoryEos histrio[EN]Indonesia
Violet-necked LoryEos squamataIndonesia
Coconut LorikeetTrichoglossus haematodusIndonesia, Timor-Leste
Coconut Lorikeet (Biak)Trichoglossus haematodus rosenbergiiIndonesia, Timor-Leste
Coconut Lorikeet (Coconut)Trichoglossus haematodus [haematodus Group]Indonesia, Timor-Leste
Rainbow LorikeetTrichoglossus moluccanusIndonesia, Timor-Leste
Red-collared LorikeetTrichoglossus rubritorquisIndonesia, Timor-Leste
rainbow lorikeet sp.Trichoglossus sp. (rainbow lorikeet complex)Indonesia, Timor-Leste
Marigold LorikeetTrichoglossus capistratusIndonesia, Timor-Leste
Leaf LorikeetTrichoglossus weberiIndonesia, Timor-Leste
Sunset LorikeetTrichoglossus forsteni[EN]Indonesia, Timor-Leste
Camiguin Hanging-ParrotLoriculus camiguinensisPhilippines
Yellow-throated Hanging-ParrotLoriculus pusillusIndonesia
Wallace's Hanging-ParrotLoriculus flosculusIndonesia
Vinaceous-breasted ParrotAmazona vinacea[EN]Argentina
Red-crowned ParrotAmazona viridigenalis[EN]Mexico
Lilac-crowned ParrotAmazona finschi[EN]Mexico
Yellow-naped ParrotAmazona auropalliata[EN]Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Chiapas-MX, Oaxaca-MX
Yellow-headed ParrotAmazona oratrix[EN]Belize, Izabal-GT, Atlántida-HN, Cortés-HN, Campeche-MX, Chiapas-MX, Colima-MX, Guerrero-MX, Hidalgo-MX, Jalisco-MX, Michoacán-MX, Nayarit-MX, Nuevo León-MX, Oaxaca-MX, Puebla-MX, San Luis Potosí-MX, Tabasco-MX, Tamaulipas-MX, Veracruz-MX
Yellow-headed Parrot (Tres Marias Is.)Amazona oratrix tresmariaeBelize, Izabal-GT, Atlántida-HN, Cortés-HN, Campeche-MX, Chiapas-MX, Colima-MX, Guerrero-MX, Hidalgo-MX, Jalisco-MX, Michoacán-MX, Nayarit-MX, Nuevo León-MX, Oaxaca-MX, Puebla-MX, San Luis Potosí-MX, Tabasco-MX, Tamaulipas-MX, Veracruz-MX
Yellow-headed Parrot (Mainland)Amazona oratrix [oratrix Group]Belize, Izabal-GT, Atlántida-HN, Cortés-HN, Campeche-MX, Chiapas-MX, Colima-MX, Guerrero-MX, Hidalgo-MX, Jalisco-MX, Michoacán-MX, Nayarit-MX, Nuevo León-MX, Oaxaca-MX, Puebla-MX, San Luis Potosí-MX, Tabasco-MX, Tamaulipas-MX, Veracruz-MX
Yellow-lored ParrotAmazona xantholoraHonduras, Mexico
Puerto Rican ParrotAmazona vittata[CR]Puerto Rico
Mexican ParrotletForpus cyanopygiusMexico
Thick-billed ParrotRhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha[EN]Mexico
Spix's MacawCyanopsitta spixii[EW]Brazil
Blue-throated MacawAra glaucogularis[CR]Bolivia
Red-fronted MacawAra rubrogenys[CR]Bolivia
Military MacawAra militaris
Mexico
Scarlet MacawAra macao
Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Alta Verapaz-GT, Petén-GT, Chiapas-MX, Veracruz-MX
Pacific ParakeetPsittacara strenuusMexico
Fairy PittaPitta nymphaChina, Japan (May 15-Jul 31), Taiwan (Apr 01-Aug 31)
Raja Ampat PitohuiPitohui cerviniventrisIndonesia
Northern Variable PitohuiPitohui kirhocephalusIndonesia
Southern Variable PitohuiPitohui uropygialisIndonesia
Hooded ButcherbirdCracticus cassicusIndonesia
Spangled DrongoDicrurus bracteatusIndonesia
Black SicklebillEpimachus fastosusIndonesia
Japanese Paradise-FlycatcherTerpsiphone atrocaudataJapan (May 01-Jul 31)
Crested ShrikejayPlatylophus galericulatusIndonesia
Tiger ShrikeLanius tigrinusJapan (May 01-Jul 31)
Brown ShrikeLanius cristatusHokkaido-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aomori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Iwate-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyagi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Akita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamagata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ibaraki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tochigi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gunma-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saitama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Chiba-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokyo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kanagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Niigata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Toyama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ishikawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukui-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamanashi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagano-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gifu-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shizuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aichi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Mie-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shiga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kyoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Osaka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hyogo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nara-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Wakayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tottori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shimane-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Okayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hiroshima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamaguchi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ehime-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kochi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagasaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kumamoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Oita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyazaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31)
Brown Shrike (Brown)Lanius cristatus cristatus/confususHokkaido-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aomori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Iwate-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyagi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Akita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamagata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ibaraki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tochigi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gunma-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saitama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Chiba-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokyo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kanagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Niigata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Toyama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ishikawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukui-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamanashi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagano-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gifu-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shizuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aichi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Mie-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shiga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kyoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Osaka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hyogo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nara-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Wakayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tottori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shimane-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Okayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hiroshima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamaguchi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ehime-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kochi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagasaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kumamoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Oita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyazaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31)
Brown Shrike (Japanese)Lanius cristatus superciliosusHokkaido-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aomori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Iwate-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyagi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Akita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamagata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ibaraki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tochigi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gunma-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saitama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Chiba-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokyo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kanagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Niigata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Toyama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ishikawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukui-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamanashi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagano-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gifu-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shizuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aichi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Mie-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shiga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kyoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Osaka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hyogo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nara-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Wakayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tottori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shimane-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Okayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hiroshima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamaguchi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ehime-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kochi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagasaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kumamoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Oita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyazaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31)
Brown Shrike (Philippine)Lanius cristatus lucionensisHokkaido-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aomori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Iwate-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyagi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Akita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamagata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ibaraki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tochigi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gunma-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saitama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Chiba-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokyo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kanagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Niigata-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Toyama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ishikawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukui-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamanashi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagano-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Gifu-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shizuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Aichi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Mie-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shiga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kyoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Osaka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hyogo-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nara-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Wakayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tottori-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Shimane-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Okayama-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Hiroshima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Yamaguchi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Tokushima-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kagawa-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Ehime-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kochi-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Fukuoka-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Saga-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Nagasaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Kumamoto-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Oita-JP (May 01-Jul 31), Miyazaki-JP (May 01-Jul 31)
Long-tailed ShrikeLanius schachIndonesia
Long-tailed Shrike (erythronotus/caniceps)Lanius schach erythronotus/canicepsIndonesia
Long-tailed Shrike (schach)Lanius schach schachIndonesia
Long-tailed Shrike (tricolor/longicaudatus)Lanius schach tricolor/longicaudatusIndonesia
Long-tailed Shrike (bentet)Lanius schach bentetIndonesia
Long-tailed Shrike (nasutus Group)Lanius schach [nasutus Group]Indonesia
Loggerhead ShrikeLanius ludovicianusNew York-US (Apr 15-Aug 01), Wisconsin-US (May 15-Aug 15)
Lesser Gray ShrikeLanius minor
Spain
Red-billed Blue-MagpieUrocissa erythrorynchaChina, Myanmar, Vietnam
Common Green-MagpieCissa chinensisChina, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam
Indochinese Green-MagpieCissa hypoleucaVietnam
Racket-tailed TreepieCrypsirina temiaIndonesia
Red-billed ChoughPyrrhocorax pyrrhocoraxIsle of Man (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Red-billed Chough (Red-billed)Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax [pyrrhocorax Group]Isle of Man
Red-billed Chough (Ethiopian)Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax baileyiIsle of Man
Greater Hoopoe-LarkAlaemon alaudipesIsrael, Palestinian Territory
Greater Hoopoe-Lark (Cape Verde)Alaemon alaudipes boavistaeIsrael, Palestinian Territory
Greater Hoopoe-Lark (Mainland)Alaemon alaudipes [alaudipes Group]Israel, Palestinian Territory
Australasian BushlarkMirafra javanicaIndonesia, Vietnam
Mongolian LarkMelanocorypha mongolicaChina
Oriental SkylarkAlauda gulgulaVietnam
Marsh WarblerAcrocephalus palustrisEngland-GB (May 25-Aug 20)
Red-whiskered BulbulPycnonotus jocosusThailand, Vietnam
Sooty-headed BulbulPycnonotus aurigasterIndonesia
Penan BulbulAlophoixus ruficrissusIndonesia
Ochraceous BulbulAlophoixus ochraceusIndonesia
Arabian WarblerCurruca leucomelaenaIsrael, Palestinian Territory
Dartford WarblerCurruca undataUnited Kingdom
Black-capped White-eyeZosterops atricapillaIndonesia
Chestnut-flanked White-eyeZosterops erythropleurusVietnam
Swinhoe's White-eyeZosterops simplexIndonesia
Warbling White-eyeZosterops japonicusIndonesia
Hume's White-eyeZosterops auriventerIndonesia
Sangkar White-eyeZosterops melanurusIndonesia
Black LaughingthrushMelanocichla lugubrisIndonesia
Large Wren-BabblerTurdinus macrodactylusIndonesia
Red-tailed LaughingthrushTrochalopteron milneiVietnam
Black-headed SibiaHeterophasia desgodinsiVietnam
Black-headed Sibia (Black-headed)Heterophasia desgodinsi desgodinsi/tonkinensisVietnam
Black-headed Sibia (engelbachi/kingi)Heterophasia desgodinsi engelbachi/kingiVietnam
Black-headed Sibia (Lang Bian)Heterophasia desgodinsi robinsoniVietnam
Black-crowned BarwingActinodura sodangorumVietnam
Silver-eared MesiaLeiothrix argentaurisChina, Indonesia, Vietnam
Silver-eared Mesia (Silver-eared)Leiothrix argentauris [argentauris Group]China, Indonesia, Vietnam
Rufous-backed SibiaLeioptila annectensVietnam
Rufous-backed Sibia (Rufous-backed)Leioptila annectens [annectens Group]Vietnam
Rufous-backed Sibia (Dalat)Leioptila annectens eximiaVietnam
Spot-breasted LaughingthrushGarrulax merulinusChina, Myanmar, Thailand
Orange-breasted LaughingthrushGarrulax annamensisVietnam
Chinese HwameiGarrulax canorusChina, Laos, Vietnam
White-crested LaughingthrushGarrulax leucolophusVietnam
Black-hooded LaughingthrushGarrulax milletiVietnam
Gray LaughingthrushGarrulax maesiVietnam
Rufous-cheeked LaughingthrushGarrulax castanotisVietnam
Moustached LaughingthrushIanthocincla cineraceaChina
Moustached Laughingthrush (Western)Ianthocincla cineracea cineracea/strenuaChina
Moustached Laughingthrush (Eastern)Ianthocincla cineracea cinereicepsChina
Chestnut-capped LaughingthrushPterorhinus mitratusIndonesia
Chestnut-hooded LaughingthrushPterorhinus treacheriIndonesia
Black-throated LaughingthrushPterorhinus chinensisChina, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Macau, Thailand, Vietnam
Black-throated Laughingthrush (Black-throated)Pterorhinus chinensis [chinensis Group]China, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Macau, Thailand, Vietnam
Black-throated Laughingthrush (Hainan)Pterorhinus chinensis monachusChina, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Macau, Thailand, Vietnam
WallcreeperTichodroma murariaMalopolskie-PL (May 01-Sep 01)
Asian Glossy StarlingAplonis panayensisIndonesia
Common Hill MynaGracula religiosaIndonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam
Asian Pied StarlingGracupica contraIndonesia
Asian Pied Starling (Asian)Gracupica contra [contra Group]Indonesia
Javan MynaAcridotheres javanicusIndonesia
Slate-colored SolitaireMyadestes unicolorMexico
Sunda ThrushZoothera andromedaeIndonesia
Rusty-backed ThrushGeokichla erythronotaIndonesia
Orange-headed ThrushGeokichla citrinaIndonesia, Vietnam
Orange-headed Thrush (Orange-headed)Geokichla citrina [citrina Group]Indonesia, Vietnam
Orange-headed Thrush (White-throated)Geokichla citrina cyanotaIndonesia, Vietnam
Orange-headed Thrush (Plain-winged)Geokichla citrina albogularis/andamanensisIndonesia, Vietnam
Orange-headed Thrush (Buff-throated)Geokichla citrina [aurimacula Group]Indonesia, Vietnam
RedwingTurdus iliacusScotland-GB (May 01-Jul 31)
FieldfareTurdus pilarisScotland-GB (May 01-Jul 31)
Oriental Magpie-RobinCopsychus saularisIndonesia, Malaysia
Oriental Magpie-Robin (Oriental)Copsychus saularis [saularis Group]Indonesia, Malaysia
Oriental Magpie-Robin (Black)Copsychus saularis [amoenus Group]Indonesia, Malaysia
Rufous-tailed ShamaCopsychus pyrropygusIndonesia
White-rumped ShamaCopsychus malabaricusIndonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam
White-rumped Shama (White-rumped)Copsychus malabaricus [malabaricus Group]Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam
White-rumped Shama (Barusan)Copsychus malabaricus [melanurus Group]Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam
White-rumped Shama (White-crowned)Copsychus malabaricus stricklandii/barbouriIndonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam
Red-breasted FlycatcherFicedula parvaSwitzerland
Van Hasselt's SunbirdLeptocoma brasilianaIndonesia
Asian Fairy-bluebirdIrena puella
Indonesia
Asian Fairy-bluebird (Asian)Irena puella [puella Group]Indonesia
Asian Fairy-bluebird (Palawan)Irena puella tweeddaliiIndonesia
Lesser Green LeafbirdChloropsis cyanopogonIndonesia
Blue-winged LeafbirdChloropsis cochinchinensisIndonesia, Malaysia
Blue-winged Leafbird (Blue-winged)Chloropsis cochinchinensis [moluccensis Group]Indonesia, Malaysia
Blue-winged Leafbird (Javan)Chloropsis cochinchinensis cochinchinensis[EN]Indonesia, Malaysia
Bornean LeafbirdChloropsis kinabaluensisIndonesia
Golden-fronted LeafbirdChloropsis aurifronsVietnam
Orange-bellied LeafbirdChloropsis hardwickiiMalaysia, Vietnam
Orange-bellied Leafbird (Orange-bellied)Chloropsis hardwickii hardwickii/malayanaMalaysia, Vietnam
Orange-bellied Leafbird (Grayish-crowned)Chloropsis hardwickii lazulina/mellianaMalaysia, Vietnam
Asian Golden WeaverPloceus hypoxanthusIndonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam
Zebra FinchTaeniopygia guttataIndonesia, Timor-Leste
Zebra Finch (Australian)Taeniopygia guttata castanotisIndonesia, Timor-Leste
Java SparrowPadda oryzivora[EN]Indonesia
White-capped MuniaLonchura ferruginosaJawa-ID, Nusa Tenggara-ID
Pin-tailed ParrotfinchErythrura prasinaIndonesia
BramblingFringilla montifringillaScotland-GB (May 01-Jul 31)
Yellow-bellied SiskinSpinus xanthogastrusVenezuela
Cirl BuntingEmberiza cirlusUnited Kingdom (Apr 01-Jul 31)
Yellow-breasted BuntingEmberiza aureola[CR]China, India, Japan (May 01-Jul 31)
Henslow's SparrowCentronyx henslowiiOntario-CA (May 15-Aug 15)
Pampas MeadowlarkLeistes defilippiiUruguay
Saffron-cowled BlackbirdXanthopsar flavus[EN]Argentina, Uruguay
Swainson's WarblerLimnothlypis swainsoniiMaryland-US (Apr 10-Aug 20)
Kirtland's WarblerSetophaga kirtlandiiOntario-CA (May 20-Aug 15), Wisconsin-US
Rose-bellied BuntingPasserina rositaeMexico
Painted BuntingPasserina cirisFlorida-US (Jan 01-Apr 15 & Oct 01-Dec 31)
Marsh SeedeaterSporophila palustris[EN]Uruguay
Chestnut SeedeaterSporophila cinnamomeaUruguay