List Of Birds Of Jordan
This is a list of the bird species recorded in Jordan. The avifauna of Jordan includes a total of 412 species, of which 2 have been introduced by humans, and 86 are rare or accidental. 2 species listed are extirpated in Jordan and are not included in the species count. 12 species are globally threatened.
This list's taxonomic treatment (designation and sequence of orders, families, and species) and nomenclature (common and scientific names) follow the conventions of Clements's 5th edition. The family accounts at the beginning of each heading reflects this taxonomy, as do the species counts found in each family account. Introduced and accidental species are included in the total counts for Jordan.
The following tags have been used to highlight certain relevant categories. The commonly occurring, native, species do not fall into any of these categories.
- (A) Accidental A species that rarely or accidentally occurs in Jordan.
- (I) Introduced A species introduced to Jordan as a consequence, direct or indirect, of human actions.
- (Ex) Extirpated A species that no longer occurs in Jordan although populations exist elsewhere.
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Non-passerines: Ostriches . Grebes . Shearwaters and Petrels . Storm-Petrels . Tropicbirds . Pelicans . Boobies and Gannets . Cormorants . Darters . Frigatebirds . Bitterns, Herons and Egrets . Storks . Ibises and Spoonbills . Flamingos . Ducks, Geese and Swans . Osprey . Hawks, Kites and Eagles . Caracaras and Falcons . Pheasants and Partridges . Cranes . Rails, Crakes, Gallinules, and Coots . Bustards . Painted snipe . Crab Plover . Oystercatchers . Avocets and Stilts . Thick-knees . Pratincoles and Coursers . Plovers and Lapwings . Sandpipers and allies . Skuas and Jaegers . Gulls . Terns . Sandgrouse . Pigeons and Doves . Parrots, Macaws and allies . Cuckoos and Anis . Barn owls . Typical owls . Nightjars . Swifts . Kingfishers . Bee-eaters . Typical Rollers . Hoopoes . Woodpeckers and allies .
Passerines: Larks . Swallows and Martins . Wagtails and Pipits . Bulbuls . Kinglets . Wrens . Accentors . Thrushes and allies . Cisticolas and allies . Old World warblers . Old World flycatchers . Babblers . Chickadees and Titmice . Wallcreeper . Penduline tits . Sunbirds and Spiderhunters . Old World Orioles . Shrikes . Crows, Jays, Ravens and Magpies . Starlings . Waxbills and allies . Buntings, Sparrows, Seedeaters and allies . Siskins, Crossbills and allies . Sparrows .
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