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Male Frost Anhinga

Frost Anhinga is one of the many species that makes up the avifauna of Devonshire.

Devonshire map coloured regions

A map of Devonshire with the regions coloured.
Legend:       Glennshire


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(V) means the species is a vagrant, usually caused by anomalies aka wormholes. Occasionally caused by strange weather that blows birds over the sea or sometimes young or inexperienced birds in their first migration.

Plate no. refers to the plate number the bird will be on A Field Guide to the Birds of Devonshire.

12/27/14: To be completely redone. Article will now have beautiful table!

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Template:DevBirdsAnseriformesTemplate:DevBirdsGalliformes
Basal Aves edit
Family Name Image; plate no. Notes and status Where found
Archaeopterygiformes edit
Archaeopterygidae Archaeopteryx lithographica Archaeopteryx lithographica coloured
Plate #1
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Sometimes considered to be related to Wellnhoferia.
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Omnivoropterygiformes edit
Omnivoropterygidae Sapeornis chaoyangensis File:Sapeornis chaoyangensis.png
Plate #1
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Jeholornithiformes edit
Jeholornithidae Jeholornis prima File:Jeholornis prima.png
Plate #1
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Enantiornithes edit
Family Name Image; plate no. Notes and status Where found
Liaoningornithiformes edit
Liaoningornithidae Liaoningornis longidigitris File:Liaoningornis longidigitris.png
Plate #2
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Longipterygiformes edit
Longipterygidae Longipteryx chaoyangensis File:Longipteryx chaoyangensis.png
Plate #2
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Enantiornithiformes edit
Enantiornithidae Enantiornis leali File:Enantiornis leali.png
Plate #2
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Basal Pygostylia edit
Family Name Image; plate no. Notes and status Where found
Patagopterygiformes edit
Patagopterygidae Patagopteryx deferrariisi File:Patagopteryx deferrariisi.png
Plate #3
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Euornithes edit
Incertae sedis Hollanda luceria File:Hollanda luceria.png
Plate #3
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Confuciusornithiformes edit
Confuciusornithidae Confuciusornis sanctus File:Confuciusornis sanctus.png
Plate #3
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Hesperornithes edit
Family Name Image; plate no. Notes and status Where found
Hesperornithiformes edit
Hesperornithidae Marsh Hesperornis,
Hesperornis regalis
Hesperornis regalis
Plate #4
Status iucn3.1 VU
Large population growth.
Resurrected; released in several lakes and ponds across Devonshire.
Non-Neornithes count: 11
NEORNITHES (MODERN BIRDS)
Family Name Image; plate no. Notes and status Where found
PALAEOGNATHAE edit
Struthioniformes
Struthionidae Purple-necked Ostrich,
Struthio purpuricollis
[made-up sp.]
File:Purple-necked Ostrich.png
Plate #5
Status iucn3.1 LC Found throughout grasslands and open forests.
Struthionidae Dwarf Ostrich,
Struthio minor
[made-up sp.]
File:Dwarf Ostrich.png
Plate #5
Status iucn3.1 LC Found throughout grasslands and open forests.
Brevirhynchiformes[made-up or.]
Brevirhynchidae[made-up fam.] Crested Stubbill,
Brevirhynchus cristatus
[made-up sp.]
Crested Stubbill
Plate #6
Status iucn3.1 LC Found throughout grasslands and open forests.
Brevirhynchidae[made-up fam.] Giant Stubbill,
Brevirynchus gigas
[made-up sp.]
Giant Stubbill
Plate #6
Status iucn3.1 LC Found throughout grasslands and open forests.
Brevirhynchidae[made-up fam.] Green Stubbill,
Brevirynchus chloropterus
[made-up sp.]
Alt. name: Green-winged Stubbill
Green Stubbill
Plate #6
Status iucn3.1 LC Found throughout grasslands and open forests.
Casuariiformes
Dromadidae Emu, Dromaius novaehollandiae Emu
Plate #7
Status iucn3.1 LC Rare; introduced; naturalised in some areas.
Dromadidae Scimitar-billed Emu, Dromaius rhinopomasta[made-up sp.] File:Scimitar-billed Emu.png
Plate #7
Status iucn3.1 VU Rarely found in Frost and Glennshire.
Dromadidae Three-toed Emu, Dromaius tridactyla[made-up sp.] File:Three-toed Emu.png
Plate #7
Status iucn3.1 VU Rarely found in Frost.
Apterygiformes
Apterygidae Glennshire Kiwi, Apteryx glennshirensis[made-up sp.] File:Glennshire Kiwi.png
Plate #8
Status iucn3.1 EN Very rare. Only found in Glennshire.
Lithornithiformes
Lithornithidae Pseudocrypturus cercanaxius File:Pseudocrypturus cercanaxius.png
Plate #8
Status iucn3.1 EW.svg
Resurrected; only found in artificial lab habitats.
Tinamiformes
Tinamidae Little Tinamou, Crypturellus soui (V) File:Pseudocrypturus cercanaxius.png
Plate #8
Status iucn3.1 LC Very rare vagrant, from anomalies. Found throughout forests.
Palaeognathae count: 11
NEOGNATHAE
GALLOANSERAE
Anseriformes
Gastornithidae Gastornis parisiensis File:Gastornis parisiensis.png
Plate #8
Status iucn3.1 EN Resurrected. Introduced into the Frost National Forest.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Nettapodini African Pygmy-Goose, Nettapus auritus File:African Pygmy-Goose.png
Plate #9
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant from anomalies.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Taiga Bean-Goose, Anser fabalis File:Taiga Bean-Goose.png
Plate #9
Status iucn3.1 LC Rare winter visitor in small numbers.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Tundra Bean-Goose, Anser serrirostris File:Tundra Bean-Goose.png
Plate #9
Status iucn3.1 LC Rare winter visitor in small numbers.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Pink-footed Goose, Anser brachyrhynchus File:Pink-footed Goose.png
Plate #9
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant and occasionally a rare winter visitor in small numbers.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Greylag Goose, Anser anser File:Greylag Goose.png
Plate #9
Status iucn3.1 LC Common winter visitor.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Greater White-fronted Goose, Anser albifrons File:Greater White-fronted Goose.png
Plate #9
Status iucn3.1 LC Rare vagrant in winter, to Odysseus.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Lesser White-fronted Goose, Anser erythropus File:Lesser White-fronted Goose.png
Plate #9
Status iucn3.1 VU Rare vagrant in winter.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Snow Goose, Chen caerulescens File:Snow Goose.png
Plate #10
Status iucn3.1 LC Rare vagrant.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Canada Goose, Branta canadensis File:Canada Goose.png
Plate #10
Status iucn3.1 LC Introduced, naturalised.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Brent, Branta bernicla File:Brent Goose.png
Plate #10
Status iucn3.1 LC Uncommon in small numbers.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Devonshire Brent, Branta devonshirensis[made-up sp.] File:Devonshire Brent.png
Plate #10
Status iucn3.1 LC Uncommon in small numbers; breeds along the coasts of Devonshire; sometimes overwinters.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Barnacle Goose, Branta leucopsis File:Barnacle Goose.png
Plate #10
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant in winter.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Red-breasted Goose, Branta ruficollis File:Red-breasted Goose.png
Plate #10
Status iucn3.1 EN Vagrant in winter.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Mute Swan, Cygnus olor File:Mute Swan.png
Plate #11
Status iucn3.1 LC Common across Devonshire.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Tundra Swan, Cygnus columbianus File:Tundra Swan.png
Plate #11
Status iucn3.1 LC Rare in winter.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Whooper Swan, Cygnus cygnus File:Whooper Swan.png
Plate #11
Status iucn3.1 LC Rare in winter.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Trumpeter Swan, Cygnus buccinator File:Trumpeter Swan.png
Plate #11
Status iucn3.1 LC Rare vagrant from anomalies.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Patched Weatherbird, Cygnus maculatus[made-up sp.] File:Patched Weatherbird.png
Plate #12
Status iucn3.1 LC Common along the Glennshire River.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Dwarf Swan, Cygnus pygmeus[made-up sp.] File:Dwarf Swan.png
Plate #12
Status iucn3.1 LC Common in wetlands, lakes and ponds.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Wry-billed Swan, Cygnus anarhynchus[made-up sp.] File:Wry-billed Swan.png
Plate #12
Status iucn3.1 LC Common in ponds in the Frost National Forest.
Anatidae, Anserinae, Anserini Black Swan, Cygnus attratus File:Black Swan.png
Plate #12
Status iucn3.1 LC Introduced; nautralised in some areas.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Tadornini Egyptian Goose, Alopochen aegyptiaca File:Egyptian Goose.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant. Some individuals may have been introduced.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Tadornini Common Shelduck, Tadorna tadorna File:Common Shelduck.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Uncommon winter visitor, sometimes resident.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Tadornini Ruddy Shelduck, Tadorna ferruginea File:Ruddy Shelduck.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Introduced in some areas; escapes are usually from waterfowl collections.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Long-tailed Duck, Clangula hyemalis File:Long-tailed Duck.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 VU Uncommon winter visitor.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Steller's Eider, Polysticta stelleri File:Steller's Eider.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 VU Vagrant. Some come from anomalies.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini King Eider, Somateria spectabilis File:King Eider.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Common Eider, Somateria mollissima File:Common Eider.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Winter visitor.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Surf Scoter, Melanitta perspicillata File:.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Velvet Scoter, Melanitta fusca fusca File:Velvet Scoter.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Winter visitor.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini White-winged Scoter, Melanitta fusca deglandi File:White-winged Scoter.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 EN Vagrant.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Common Scoter, Melanitta nigra File:Common Scoter.png.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Black Scoter, Melanitta nigra File:Black Scoter.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Bufflehead, Bucephala albeola File:Bufflehead.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Common Goldeneye, Bucephala clangula File:Common Goldeneye.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Common year-round.
Anatidae, Anatinae, Mergini Barrow's Goldeneye, Bucephala islandica File:Barrow's Goldeneye.png
Plate #13
Status iucn3.1 LC Vagrant.
Galliformes
NEOAVES
METAVES


Galloanserae[]

Neognathae[]

Galliformes[]

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Satyr Tragopan

File:Buffy-crowned Wood-Partidge.png

Buffy-crowned Wood-partridge

File:Crested Guan.png

Crested Guan

Cracidae[]
Odontophoridae[]
Phasianidae[]

Anseriformes[]

Anatidae[]
File:Hooded Merganser.jpg

Hooded Merganser


File:Gastornis.png

Gastornis

Gastornithidae[]

Galloanserae count: 47


Neoaves[]

Metaves[]

Phoenicopteriformes[]

Phoenicopteridae[]

Podicipediformes[]

Podicipedidae[]
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Great Crested Grebe

Phaetoniformes[]

Phaetonidae[]

Pteroclidiformes[]

Pteroclididae[]

Columbiformes[]

Columbidae[]

Eurypygiformes[]

Eurypygidae[]
Rhynochetidae[]

Steatornithiformes[]

Steatornithidae[]

Nyctibiiformes[]

Nyctibiidae[]

Caprimugliformes[]

Caprimuglidae[]

Apodiformes[]

Trochilidae[]
Apodidae[]
Incertae sedis*[]


Coronaves[]

Sphenisciformes[]

Spheniscidae[]
File:Adelie Penguin.png

Adelie Penguin

Gaviiformes[]

Gaviidae[]
File:Common Loon.png

Common Loon

Procellariformes[]

File:Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross.jpg

Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross

File:Ringed Storm-petrel.jpg

Ringed Storm-petrel

Diomedeidae[]
Procellaridae[]
Hydrobatidae[]

Ciconiiformes[]

Ciconiidae[]

Pelecaniformes[]

Ardeidae[]
Threskiornithidae[]
Balaenicipitidae[]
Fregatidae[]
Pelecanidae[]
Sulidae[]
Anhingidae[]
Phalacrocoracidae[]

Falconiformes/Accipitriformes[]

Acciptridae[]
Chiropteridae*[]
  • 1. Chiropterus*
  • 2. Long-crested Tooth Bird*
Falconidae[]
Pandionidae[]
Sagittariidae[]
Cathartidae[]

Cariamae[]

Phorusrhacidae[]
  • 1. Bushy-crested Terror Bird*
  • 2. Terror Bird*
  • 3. Phorusrhacos

Gruiformes[]

Gruidae[]
Otidae[]
Rallidae[]
  • 1. Grey-necked Wood-rail
  • 2. Blue-winged Swamp-hen*
  • 3. American Coot
Heliornithidae[]
Aramidae[]

Charadriiformes[]

Burhinidae[]
Recurvirostridae[]
Alcidae[]
Rhynchopidae[]
Laridae[]
Sternidae[]
Chionididae[]
Charadriidae[]
Scolopacidae[]
Jacanidae[]
Ibidorhynchidae[]
Dromadidae[]
  • 1. Black Crab-plover*


Non-passerine total: 204


Altirhiniformes*[]

Altirhinidae[]

Psittaciformes[]

Psittacidae[]
Cacatuidae[]

Opisthocomiformes[]

Opisthocomidae[]

Cuculiformes[]

Cuculidae[]
Musophagidae[]

Strigiformes[]

Strigidae[]


Coliiformes[]

Coliidae[]

Trogoniformes[]

Trogonidae[]

Coraciiformes[]

Cerylidae[]
Alcedinidae[]
  • 1. Orange-throated Kingfisher*
Bucerotidae[]
Momotidae[]
Upupidae[]
  • 1. Hoopoe
  • 2. Purple-winged Hoopoe*
Phoeniculidae[]
  • 1. Tan-throated Woodhoopoe
Halcyonidae[]
Meropidae[]

Piciformes[]

Picidae[]
Ramphastidae[]

Note: some people classify barbets with toucans

Lybiidae[]
Bucconidae[]



Near-passerine total: 124


Passeriformes[]

Tyrannidae[]
Incertae sedis (Tityridae?)[]
Formicaridae[]
Sapayoidae[]
Monarchidae[]
Corvidae[]
Cotingidae[]
Furnariidae[]
Menuridae[]
Meluridae[]
Vangidae[]
Paradisaeidae[]
Ploceidae[]
Dicruridae[]
Artamidae[]
  • 1. Yellow-naped Woodswallow*
Pityriaseidae[]
Nectariniidae[]
  • 1. White's Sunbird*
Meliphagidae[]
Laniidae[]
Alaudidae[]
Hirundinidae[]
Timallidae[]
Paridae[]
Certhiidae[]
Neosittidae[]
  • 1. Cone-beaked Sittela*
Sittidae[]
Troglodytidae[]
Megaluridae?[]
Muscicapidae[]
  • 1. Green-flanked Bluetail*
Turdidae[]
Pycnonotidae[]
Motacillidae[]
Bombycillidae[]
Ptilogonatidae[]
Mimidae[]
  • 1. Sanford's Catbird*
Sturnidae[]
Prunellidae[]
Thraupidae[]
Emberizidae[]
Cardinalidae[]
Icteridae[]
Fringillidae[]
Estrildidae[]
Passeridae[]



Passerine total: 181


Total: 578

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