List Of Birds Of Austria
This is a list of the bird species recorded in Austria. The avifauna of Austria includes a total of 416 species (but see also Notes, below), of which 90 are rare or accidental, 15 of which have not been recorded since 1950; and seven have been introduced by humans.
This list's taxonomic treatment (designation and sequence of orders, families, and species) and nomenclature follow the Checkliste Der Vögel Österreichs (Ranner 2005).
The following tags have been used to highlight certain relevant categories. The commonly occurring, native, species do not fall into any of these categories.
- (*) Accidental - species that rarely occur in Austria, for which descriptions are required by the Austrian Rarities Committee (Avifaunistische Kommission, AFK).
- (B) Historical - species that have not been recorded in Austria since 1950.
- (C) Introduced - species introduced to Austria as a consequence, direct or indirect, of human actions.
Read more about List Of Birds Of Austria: Swans, Geese and Ducks, Grouse, Pheasants and Partridges, Divers, Grebes, Shearwaters and Petrels, Storm-petrels, Gannets, Cormorants, Pelicans, Bitterns, Herons and Egrets, Storks, Ibises and Spoonbills, Flamingos, Kites, Hawks and Eagles, Osprey, Falcons, Rails, Crakes and Coots, Cranes, Bustards, Oystercatchers, Avocets and Stilts, Thick-knees, Pratincoles and Coursers, Plovers and Lapwings, Sandpipers and Allies, Skuas, Gulls, Terns, Auks, Sandgrouse, Pigeons and Doves, Cuckoos, Barn Owls, Typical Owls, Nightjars, Swifts, Kingfishers, Bee-eaters, Rollers, Hoopoes, Woodpeckers, Larks, Swallows and Martins, Pipits and Wagtails, Waxwings, Dippers, Wrens, Accentors, Thrushes and Allies, Old World Warblers, Old World Flycatchers, Parrotbills, Long-tailed Tits, Tits, Nuthatches, Wallcreeper, Treecreepers, Penduline Tits, Orioles, Shrikes, Jays, Magpies and Crows, Starlings, Sparrows, Finches, Buntings
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