List of birds of the Netherlands


List of birds of the Netherlands

463 bird species have occurred in the Netherlands, along with seven introduced species. The avifauna is, of course, typical of coastal northern Europe

Anseriformes

Anatidae: swans, geese and ducks
* Mute Swan, "Cygnus olor"
* Whooper Swan, "Cygnus cygnus"
* Tundra Swan, "Cygnus columbianus"
* Bean Goose, "Anser fabalis"
* Pink-footed Goose, "Anser brachyrhynchus"
* Greater White-fronted Goose, "Anser albifrons"
* Lesser White-fronted Goose, "Anser erythropus" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Greylag Goose, "Anser anser"
* Snow Goose, "Chen caerulescens"
* Ross's Goose, "Chen rossii" Rare/Accidental
* Brent Goose, "Branta bernicla"
* Barnacle Goose, "Branta leucopsis"
* Canada Goose, "Branta canadensis"
* Red-breasted Goose, "Branta ruficollis" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Egyptian Goose, "Alopochen aegyptiacus" Introduced species
* Ruddy Shelduck, "Tadorna ferruginea"
* Common Shelduck, "Tadorna tadorna"
* Mandarin Duck, "Aix galericulata" Introduced species
* Eurasian Wigeon, "Anas penelope"
* American Wigeon, "Anas americana"
* Falcated Duck, "Anas falcata" Rare/Accidental
* Gadwall, "Anas strepera"
* Baikal Teal, "Anas formosa" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Eurasian Teal, "Anas crecca"
* Mallard, "Anas platyrhynchos"
* Northern Pintail, "Anas acuta"
* Garganey, "Anas querquedula"
* Blue-winged Teal, "Anas discors" Rare/Accidental
* Northern Shoveler, "Anas clypeata"
* Red-crested Pochard, "Netta rufina"
* Common Pochard, "Aythya ferina"
* Canvasback, "Aythya valisineria" Rare/Accidental
* Ring-necked Duck, "Aythya collaris" Rare/Accidental
* Ferruginous Pochard, "Aythya nyroca" Near-threatened
* Tufted Duck, "Aythya fuligula"
* Greater Scaup, "Aythya marila"
* Lesser Scaup, "Aythya affinis"
* Common Eider, "Somateria mollissima"
* King Eider, "Somateria spectabilis"
* Steller's Eider, "Polysticta stelleri" Rare/Accidental
* Harlequin Duck, "Histrionicus histrionicus"
* Long-tailed Duck, "Clangula hyemalis"
* Black Scoter, "Melanitta nigra"
* Surf Scoter, "Melanitta perspicillata"
* White-winged Scoter, "Melanitta fusca"
* Common Goldeneye, "Bucephala clangula"
* Bufflehead, "Bucephala albeola"
* Smew, "Mergellus albellus"
* Red-breasted Merganser, "Mergus serrator"
* Common Merganser, "Mergus merganser"
* Ruddy Duck, "Oxyura jamaicensis" Introduced species
* White-headed Duck, "Oxyura leucocephala" Endangered

Galliformes

Tetraonidae: grouse
* Black Grouse, "Tetrao tetrix"
* Hazel Grouse, "Bonasa bonasia" Rare/Accidental
Phasianidae: partridges, pheasants and quails
* Red-legged Partridge, "Alectoris rufa" Introduced species
* Grey Partridge, "Perdix perdix"
* Common Quail, "Coturnix coturnix"
* Ring-necked Pheasant, "Phasianus colchicus" Introduced species

Gaviiformes

Gaviidae: divers
* Red-throated Diver, "Gavia stellata"
* Black-throated Diver, "Gavia arctica"
* Great Northern Diver, "Gavia immer"
* White-billed Diver, "Gavia adamsii"

Podicipediformes

Podicepidae: grebes
* Pied-billed Grebe, "Podilymbus podiceps"
* Little Grebe, "Tachybaptus ruficollis"
* Great Crested Grebe, "Podiceps cristatus"
* Red-necked Grebe, "Podiceps grisegena"
* Slavonian Grebe, "Podiceps auritus"
* Black-necked Grebe, "Podiceps nigricollis"

Procellariiformes

Procellariidae: fulmar, shearwaters, gadfly and other petrels
* Northern Fulmar, "Fulmarus glacialis"
* Soft-plumaged Petrel, "Pterodroma mollis" Rare/Accidental
* Bulwer's Petrel, "Bulweria bulwerii" Rare/Accidental
* Cory's Shearwater, "Calonectris diomedea"
* Greater Shearwater, "Puffinus gravis"
* Sooty Shearwater, "Puffinus griseus"
* Manx Shearwater, "Puffinus puffinus"
* Balearic Shearwater, "Puffinus mauretanicus" Near-threatened
Hydrobatidae: storm petrels
* White-faced Storm-Petrel, "Pelagodroma marina" Rare/Accidental
* European Storm-Petrel, "Hydrobates pelagicus"
* Leach's Storm-Petrel, "Oceanodroma leucorhoa"

Pelecaniformes

Pelecanidae, pelicans
* Great White Pelican, "Pelecanus onocrotalus"
Sulidae: gannets
* Gannet, "Morus bassanus"
Phalacrocoracidae: cormorants
* Great Cormorant, "Phalacrocorax carbo"
* European Shag, "Phalacrocorax aristotelis"
* Pygmy Cormorant, "Phalacrocorax pygmaeus" Rare/Accidental Near-threatened

Ciconiiformes

Ardeidae: herons and bitterns
* Grey Heron, "Ardea cinerea"
* Purple Heron, "Ardea purpurea"
* Great Egret, "Ardea alba"
* Little Egret, "Egretta garzetta"
* Squacco Heron, "Ardeola ralloides" Rare/Accidental
* Cattle Egret, "Bubulcus ibis"
* Black-crowned Night-Heron, "Nycticorax nycticorax"
* Little Bittern, "Ixobrychus minutus"
* Great Bittern, "Botaurus stellaris"
Ciconiidae: storks
* Black Stork, "Ciconia nigra"
* White Stork, "Ciconia ciconia"
Threskiornithidae: ibises and spoonbills
* Glossy Ibis, "Plegadis falcinellus"
* Common Spoonbill, "Platalea leucorodia"

Phoenicopteriformes

Phoenicopteridae Flamingos
* Greater Flamingo, "Phoenicopterus roseus" Rare/Accidental

Accipitriformes

Pandionidae: Osprey
* Osprey, "Pandion haliaetus"
Accipitridae: hawks, eagles, buzzards, harriers, kites and allies
* European Honey-buzzard, "Pernis apivorus"
* Black-shouldered Kite, "Elanus caeruleus"
* Red Kite, "Milvus milvus"
* Black Kite, "Milvus migrans"
* Pallas's Fish-Eagle, "Haliaeetus leucoryphus" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* White-tailed Eagle, "Haliaeetus albicilla" Near-threatened
* Egyptian Vulture, "Neophron percnopterus" Rare/Accidental
* Eurasian Griffon, "Gyps fulvus" Rare/Accidental
* Cinereous Vulture, "Aegypius monachus" Rare/Accidental Near-threatened
* Short-toed Eagle, "Circaetus gallicus"
* Western Marsh-Harrier, "Circus aeruginosus"
* Hen Harrier, "Circus cyaneus"
* Pallid Harrier, "Circus macrourus" Near-threatened
* Montagu's Harrier, "Circus pygargus"
* Eurasian Sparrowhawk, "Accipiter nisus"
* Northern Goshawk, "Accipiter gentilis"
* Common Buzzard, "Buteo buteo"
* Long-legged Buzzard, "Buteo rufinus"
* Rough-legged Buzzard, "Buteo lagopus"
* Lesser Spotted Eagle, "Aquila pomarina"
* Greater Spotted Eagle, "Aquila clanga" Vulnerable
* Steppe Eagle, "Aquila nipalensis"
* Imperial Eagle, "Aquila heliaca" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Golden Eagle, "Aquila chrysaetos"
* Bonelli's Eagle, "Aquila fasciatus"
* Booted Eagle, "Aquila pennatus"

Falconiformes

Sometimes included in the Accipitriformes

Falconidae: falcons
* Common Kestrel, "Falco tinnunculus"
* Red-footed Falcon, "Falco vespertinus"
* Merlin, "Falco columbarius"
* Eurasian Hobby, "Falco subbuteo"
* Gyrfalcon, "Falco rusticolus"
* Peregrine Falcon, "Falco peregrinus"

Gruiformes

Rallidae: rails and crakes
* Water Rail, "Rallus aquaticus"
* Corn Crake, "Crex cre" xVulnerable
* Little Crake, "Porzana parva"
* Baillon's Crake, "Porzana pusilla"
* Spotted Crake, "Porzana porzana"
* Common Moorhen, "Gallinula chloropus"
* Eurasian Coot, "Fulica atra"
Gruidae: cranes
* Demoiselle Crane, "Anthropoides virgo" Rare/Accidental
* Sandhill Crane, "Grus canadensis" Rare/Accidental
* Common Crane, "Grus grus"
Otidae: bustards
* Great Bustard, "Otis tarda" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* Houbara Bustard, "Chlamydotis undulata" Rare/Accidental
* Macqueen's Bustard, "Chlamydotis macqueenii" Extirpated
* Little Bustard, "Tetrax tetra" xRare/Accidental Near-threatened

Charadriiformes

uborder Charadrii: waders

Haematopodidae: oystercatchers
* Common Pied Oystercatcher, "Haematopus ostralegus"
Recurvirostridae: avocets and stilts
* Black-winged Stilt, "Himantopus himantopus"
* Avocet, "Recurvirostra avosetta"
Burhinidae: thick-knees
* Stone Curlew, "Burhinus oedicnemus"
Glareolidae: coursers and pratincoles
* Cream-colored Courser, "Cursorius cursor"
* Collared Pratincole, "Glareola pratincola"
* Black-winged Pratincole, "Glareola nordmanni" Data deficient
Charadriidae: plovers and lapwings
* Northern Lapwing, "Vanellus vanellus"
* Sociable Lapwing, "Vanellus gregarius" Rare/Accidental Vulnerable
* White-tailed Lapwing, "Vanellus leucurus"
* Pacific Golden Plover, "Pluvialis fulva" Rare/Accidental
* American Golden Plover, "Pluvialis dominica"
* Eurasian Golden Plover, "Pluvialis apricaria"
* Grey Plover, "Pluvialis squatarola"
* Ringed Plover, "Charadrius hiaticula"
* Little Ringed Plover, "Charadrius dubius"
* Kentish Plover, "Charadrius alexandrinus"
* Greater Sandplover, "Charadrius leschenaultii"
* Eurasian Dotterel, "Charadrius morinellus"
Scolopacidae: typical waders or shorebirds
* Eurasian Woodcock, "Scolopax rusticola"
* Jack Snipe, "Lymnocryptes minimus"
* Great Snipe, "Gallinago media" Near-threatened
* Common Snipe, "Gallinago gallinago"
* Long-billed Dowitcher, "Limnodromus scolopaceus" Rare/Accidental
* Black-tailed Godwit, "Limosa limosa"
* Bar-tailed Godwit, "Limosa lapponica"
* Whimbrel, "Numenius phaeopus"
* Slender-billed Curlew, "Numenius tenuirostris" Critically endangered
* Eurasian Curlew, "Numenius arquata"
* Upland Sandpiper, "Bartramia longicauda" Rare/Accidental
* Spotted Redshank, "Tringa erythropus"
* Common Redshank, "Tringa totanus"
* Marsh Sandpiper, "Tringa stagnatilis"
* Common Greenshank, "Tringa nebularia"
* Greater Yellowlegs, "Tringa melanoleuca" Rare/Accidental
* Lesser Yellowlegs, "Tringa flavipes" Rare/Accidental
* Green Sandpiper, "Tringa ochropus"
* Wood Sandpiper, "Tringa glareola"
* Terek Sandpiper, "Xenus cinereus"
* Common Sandpiper, "Actitis hypoleucos"
* Spotted Sandpiper, "Actitis macularia" Rare/Accidental
* Ruddy Turnstone, "Arenaria interpres"
* Great Knot, "Calidris tenuirostris" Rare/Accidental
* Red Knot, "Calidris canutus"
* Sanderling, "Calidris alba"
* Semipalmated Sandpiper, "Calidris pusilla" Rare/Accidental
* Red-necked Stint, "Calidris ruficollis"
* Little Stint, "Calidris minuta"
* Temminck's Stint, "Calidris temminckii"
* White-rumped Sandpiper, "Calidris fuscicollis" Rare/Accidental
* Baird's Sandpiper, "Calidris bairdii" Rare/Accidental
* Pectoral Sandpiper, "Calidris melanotos"
* Sharp-tailed Sandpiper, "Calidris acuminata" Rare/Accidental
* Curlew Sandpiper, "Calidris ferruginea"
* Dunlin, "Calidris alpina"
* Purple Sandpiper, "Calidris maritima"
* Stilt Sandpiper, "Calidris himantopus" Rare/Accidental
* Broad-billed Sandpiper, "Limicola falcinellus"
* Buff-breasted Sandpiper, "Tryngites subruficollis" Near-threatened
* Ruff, "Philomachus pugnax"
* Wilson's Phalarope, "Phalaropus tricolor"
* Red-necked Phalarope, "Phalaropus lobatus"
* Grey Phalarope, "Phalaropus fulicarius"

uborder Lari: skuas, gulls & terns

Stercorariidae: skuas
* Pomarine Skua, "Stercorarius pomarinus"
* Arctic Skua, "Stercorarius parasiticus"
* Long-tailed Skua, "Stercorarius longicaudus"
* Great Skua, "Stercorarius skua"
Laridae: gulls
* Common Gull, "Larus canus"
* Ring-billed Gull, "Larus delawarensis"
* Great Black-backed Gull, "Larus marinus"
* Glaucous Gull, "Larus hyperboreus"
* Iceland Gull, "Larus glaucoides"
* Herring Gull, "Larus argentatus"
* Lesser Black-backed Gull, "Larus fuscus"
* Caspian Gull, "Larus cachinnans"
* Yellow-legged Gull, "Larus michahellis" Rare/Accidental
* Great Black-headed Gull, "Larus ichthyaetus"
* Black-headed Gull, "Larus ridibundus"
* Bonaparte's Gull, "Larus philadelphia" Rare/Accidental
* Mediterranean Gull, "Larus melanocephalus"
* Laughing Gull, "Larus atricilla"
* Franklin's Gull, "Larus pipixcan"
* Little Gull, "Larus minutus"
* Ivory Gull, "Pagophila eburnea"
* Ross's Gull, "Rhodostethia rosea"
* Sabine's Gull, "Xema sabini"
* Black-legged Kittiwake, "Rissa tridactyla"
Sternidae: terns
* Gull-billed Tern, "Sterna nilotica"
* Caspian Tern, "Sterna caspia"
* Sandwich Tern, "Sterna sandvicensis"
* Roseate Tern, "Sterna dougallii"
* Common Tern, "Sterna hirundo"
* Arctic Tern, "Sterna paradisaea"
* Forster's Tern, "Sterna forsteri" Rare/Accidental
* Little Tern, "Sterna albifrons"
* Bridled Tern, "Sterna anaethetus" Rare/Accidental
* Whiskered Tern, "Chlidonias hybridus"
* White-winged Tern, "Chlidonias leucopterus"
* Black Tern, "Chlidonias niger"

uborder Alcae: auks

Alcidae: auks
* Common Guillemot, "Uria aalge"
* Brunnich's Guillemot, "Uria lomvia"
* Razorbill, "Alca torda"
* Black Guillemot, "Cepphus grylle"
* Little Auk, "Alle alle"
* Atlantic Puffin, "Fratercula arctica"

Pterocliformes

Pteroclidae: sandgrouse
* Pallas's Sandgrouse, "Syrrhaptes paradoxus"

Columbiformes

Columbidae: pigeons and doves
* Rock Pigeon or Feral Pigeon, "Columba livia"
* Stock Pigeon, "Columba oenas"
* Wood Pigeon, "Columba palumbus"
* Collared Dove, "Streptopelia decaocto"
* Turtle Dove, "Streptopelia turtur"

Psittaciformes

Psittacidae: parrots
* Ring-necked Parakeet, "Psittacula krameri"

Cuculiformes

Cuculidae: cuckoos
* Great Spotted Cuckoo, "Clamator glandarius"
* Common Cuckoo, "Cuculus canorus"

Strigiformes

Tytonidae: barn owls
* Barn Owl, "Tyto alba"
Strigidae: owls
* Scops Owl, "Otus scops"
* Eurasian Eagle Owl, "Bubo bubo"
* Snowy Owl, "Bubo scandiacus"
* Northern Hawk Owl, "Surnia ulula"
* Little Owl, "Athene noctua"
* Tawny Owl, "Strix aluco"
* Tengmalm's Owl, "Aegolius funereus"
* Long-eared Owl, "Asio otus"
* Short-eared Owl, "Asio flammeus"

Caprimulgiformes

Caprimulgidae: nightjars
* European Nightjar, "Caprimulgus europaeus"

Apodiformes

Apodidae: swifts
* Needle-tailed Swift, "Hirundapus caudacutus" Rare/Accidental
* Common Swift, "Apus apus"
* Alpine Swift, "Apus melba"

Coraciiformes

* Alcedinidae: kingfishers
* European Kingfisher, "Alcedo atthis"
* Belted Kingfisher, "Ceryle alcyon" Rare/Accidental
Meropidae: bee-eaters
* Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, "Merops persicus" Rare/Accidental
* European Bee-eater, "Merops apiaster" Rare/Accidental
Coraciidae: rollers
* European Roller, "Coracias garrulus" Rare/Accidental
Upupidae: Hoopoes
* Hoopoe, "Upupa epops"

Piciformes

Picidae: woodpeckers
* Eurasian Wryneck, "Jynx torquilla"
* Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, "Dendrocopos minor"
* Middle Spotted Woodpecker, "Dendrocopos medius"
* Great Spotted Woodpecker, "Dendrocopos major"
* Black Woodpecker, "Dryocopus martius"
* Green Woodpecker, "Picus viridis"
* Grey-faced Woodpecker, "Picus canus"

Passeriformes

Alaudidae, larks
* Calandra Lark, "Melanocorypha calandra"
* Greater Short-toed Lark, "Calandrella brachydactyla" rare
* Crested Lark, "Galerida cristata"
* Wood Lark, "Lullula arborea"
* Skylark, "Alauda arvensis"
* Shore Lark, "Eremophila alpestris"

Hirundinidae, swallows and martins
* Sand Martin, "Riparia riparia"
* Barn Swallow, "Hirundo rustica"
* Red-rumped Swallow, "Hirundo daurica"
* House Martin, "Delichon urbicum"

Motacillidae, wagtails and pipits
* Citrine Wagtail, " Motacilla citreola", rare
* White Wagtail, " Motacilla alba".
* Grey Wagtail, " Motacilla cinerea"
* Blue-headed Wagtail, "Motacilla flava"
* Richard's Pipit, "Anthus richardi"
* Tawny Pipit, "Anthus campestris"
* Blyth's Pipit, "Anthus godlewskii"
* Tree Pipit, "Anthus trivialis"
* Olive-backed Pipit, "Anthus hodgsoni "
* Meadow Pipit, "Anthus pratensis"
* Red-throated Pipit, "Anthus cervinus"
* Water Pipit, "Anthus spinoletta"
* Rock Pipit, "Anthus petrosus"

Bombycillidae, waxwings
* Bohemian Waxwing, "Bombycilla garrulus"

Cinclidae, dippers
* European Dipper, "Cinclus cinclus"

Troglodytidae, wrens
* Wren, "Troglodytes troglodytes"

Mimidae, mockingbirds
* Northern Mockingbird, "Mimus polyglottos", very rare

Prunellidae, accentors
* Dunnock, "Prunella modularis "
* Alpine Accentor, "Prunella collaris", rare

Turdidae thrushes and chats
* Rufous-tailed Rock-Thrush, "Monticola saxatilis" Rare/Accidental
* Siberian Thrush, "Zoothera sibirica" Rare/Accidental
* Scaly Thrush, "Zoothera dauma" Rare/Accidental
* Ring Ouzel, "Turdus torquatus"
* Eurasian Blackbird, "Turdus merula"
* Eyebrowed Thrush, "Turdus obscurus" Rare/Accidental
* Dark-throated Thrush, "Turdus ruficollis" Rare/Accidental
* Dusky Thrush, "Turdus naumanni" Rare/Accidental
* Fieldfare, "Turdus pilaris"
* Redwing, "Turdus iliacus"
* Song Thrush, "Turdus philomelos"
* Mistle Thrush, "Turdus viscivorus"* Bluethroat, "Luscinia svecica"

Corvidae crows, ravens, and allies
* Eurasian Jay, "Garrulus glandarius"
* Eurasian Magpie, "Pica pica"
* Eurasian Nutcracker, "Nucifraga caryocatactes"
* Eurasian Jackdaw, "Corvus monedula"
* Daurian Jackdaw, "Corvus dauuricus" Rare/Accidental
* House Crow, "Corvus splendens"
* Rook, "Corvus frugilegus"
* Carrion Crow, "Corvus corone"
* Common Raven, "Corvus corax"

Sylviidae Old World warblers
* Cetti's Warbler, "Cettia cetti"
* Lanceolated Warbler, "Locustella lanceolata"
* Grasshopper Warbler, "Locustella naevia"
* Pallas's Warbler, "Locustella certhiola"
* Eurasian River Warbler, "Locustella fluviatilis"
* Savi's Warbler, "Locustella luscinioides"
* Aquatic Warbler, "Acrocephalus paludicola" Vulnerable
* Sedge Warbler, "Acrocephalus schoenobaenus"
* Paddyfield Warbler, "Acrocephalus agricola"
* Eurasian Reed-Warbler, "Acrocephalus scirpaceus"
* Blyth's Reed-Warbler, "Acrocephalus dumetorum"
* Marsh Warbler, "Acrocephalus palustris"
* Great Reed-Warbler, "Acrocephalus arundinaceus"
* Booted Warbler, "Hippolais caligata"
* Melodious Warbler, "Hippolais polyglotta"
* Icterine Warbler, "Hippolais icterina"
* Willow Warbler, "Phylloscopus trochilus"
* Common Chiffchaff, "Phylloscopus collybita"
* Iberian Chiffchaff, "Phylloscopus ibericus"
* Western Bonelli's Warbler, "Phylloscopus bonelli"
* Eastern Bonelli's Warbler, "Phylloscopus orientalis"
* Wood Warbler, "Phylloscopus sibilatrix"
* Dusky Warbler, "Phylloscopus fuscatus"
* Radde's Warbler, "Phylloscopus schwarzi"
* Lemon-rumped Warbler, "Phylloscopus proregulus"
* Yellow-browed Warbler, "Phylloscopus inornatus"
* Hume's Warbler, "Phylloscopus humei"
* Arctic Warbler, "Phylloscopus borealis"
* Greenish Warbler, "Phylloscopus trochiloides"
* Blackcap, "Sylvia atricapilla"
* Garden Warbler, "Sylvia borin"
* Greater Whitethroat, "Sylvia communis"
* Lesser Whitethroat, "Sylvia curruca"
* African Desert Warbler, "Sylvia deserti" Rare/Accidental
* Barred Warbler, "Sylvia nisoria"
* Subalpine Warbler, "Sylvia cantillans"
* Sardinian Warbler, "Sylvia melanocephala"
* Spectacled Warbler, "Sylvia conspicillata"
* Dartford Warbler, "Sylvia undata"
* Zitting Cisticola, "Cisticola juncidis"

Regulidae kinglets
* Goldcrest, "Regulus regulus"
* Firecrest, "Regulus ignicapillus"

Muscicapidae Old World flycatchers
* Spotted Flycatcher, "Muscicapa striata"
* European Pied Flycatcher, "Ficedula hypoleuca"
* Collared Flycatcher, "Ficedula albicollis"
* Red-breasted Flycatcher, "Ficedula parva" Rare/Accidental
* European Robin, "Erithacus rubecula"
* Thrush Nightingale, "Luscinia luscinia"
* Common Nightingale, "Luscinia megarhynchos"
* Bluethroat, "Luscinia svecica"
* Red-flanked Bluetail, "Tarsiger cyanurus" Rare/Accidental
* White-throated Robin, "Irania gutturalis"
* Black Redstart, "Phoenicurus ochruros"
* Common Redstart, "Phoenicurus phoenicurus"
* Siberian Stonechat, "Saxicola maura" Rare/Accidental
* Whinchat, "Saxicola rubetra"
* European Stonechat, "Saxicola rubicola"
* Northern Wheatear, "Oenanthe oenanthe"
* Pied Wheatear, "Oenanthe pleschanka" Rare/Accidental
* Black-eared Wheatear, "Oenanthe hispanica" Rare/Accidental
* Desert Wheatear, "Oenanthe deserti" Rare/Accidental
* Isabelline Wheatear, "Oenanthe isabellina" Rare/Accidental

Paradoxornithidae: parrotbills
* Bearded Tit, "Panurus biarmicus"

Aegithalidae long-tailed tits
* Long-tailed Tit, "Aegithalos longicaudus "
Remizidae
* Eurasian Penduline Tit, "Remiz pendulinus"


Blue Tit

Paridae titmice
* Marsh Tit, "Poecile palustris"
* Willow Tit, "Poecile montana"
* Coal Tit, "Periparus ater"
* Crested Tit, "Lophophanes cristatus"
* Great Tit, "Parus major"
* Blue Tit, "Cyanistes caeruleus"

Tichodromadidae Wallcreeper
* Wallcreeper, "Tichodroma muraria"

Sittidae nuthatches
* Eurasian Nuthatch, "Sitta europaea"

Certhiidae treecreepers
* Common Treecreeper, "Certhia familiaris"
* Short-toed Treecreeper, "Certhia brachydactyla", rare

Laniidae shrikes
* Red-backed Shrike, "Lanius collurio"
* Isabelline Shrike, "Lanius isabellinus" Rare/Accidental
* Great Grey Shrike, "Lanius excubitor"
* Lesser Grey Shrike, "Lanius minor"
* Woodchat Shrike, "Lanius senator"

Emberizidae buntings and, as very rare vagrants, American sparrows
* Yellowhammer, "Emberiza citrinella"
* Pine Bunting, "Emberiza leucocephalos" Rare/Accidental
* Cirl Bunting, "Emberiza cirlus"
* Rock Bunting, "Emberiza cia" Rare/Accidental
* Ortolan Bunting, "Emberiza hortulana"
* Cretzschmar's Bunting, "Emberiza caesia" Rare/Accidental
* Little Bunting, "Emberiza pusilla" Rare/Accidental
* Yellow-browed Bunting, "Emberiza chrysophrys" Rare/Accidental
* Rustic Bunting, "Emberiza rustica" Rare/Accidental
* Yellow-breasted Bunting, "Emberiza aureola" Rare/Accidental
* Chestnut Bunting, "Emberiza rutila" Rare/Accidental
* Black-headed Bunting, "Emberiza melanocephala"
* Red-headed Bunting, "Emberiza bruniceps" Rare/Accidental
* Black-faced Bunting, "Emberiza spodocephala" Rare/Accidental
* Reed Bunting, "Emberiza schoeniclus"
* Corn Bunting, "Emberiza calandra"
* White-crowned Sparrow, "Zonotrichia leucophrys" Rare/Accidental
* White-throated Sparrow, "Zonotrichia albicollis" Rare/Accidental
* Dark-eyed Junco, "Junco hyemalis" Rare/Accidental
* Lapland Longspur, "Calcarius lapponicus"
* Snow Bunting, "Plectrophenax nivalis"

Cardinalidae
* Indigo Bunting, "Passerina cyanea" Rare/Accidental

Vireonidae vireos rare vagrants
* Red-eyed Vireo, "Vireo olivaceus", rare

Parulidae New World warblers very rare vagrants
* Yellow-rumped Warbler, "Dendroica coronata", rare

Icteridae icterids very rare vagrant
* Baltimore Oriole, "Icterus galbula", very rare

Fringillidae finches
* Chaffinch, "Fringilla coelebs"
* Brambling, "Fringilla montifringilla"
* Pine Grosbeak, "Pinicola enucleator"
* Common Rosefinch, "Carpodacus erythrinus"
* Parrot Crossbill, "Loxia pytyopsittacus"
* Common Crossbill, "Loxia curvirostra"
* Two-barred Crossbill, "Loxia leucoptera"
* European Greenfinch, "Carduelis chloris"
* Common Redpoll, "Carduelis flammea"
* Arctic Redpoll, "Carduelis hornemanni"
* Eurasian Siskin, "Carduelis spinus"
* European Goldfinch, "Carduelis carduelis"
* Twite, "Carduelis flavirostris"
* Eurasian Linnet, "Carduelis cannabina"
* European Serin, "Serinus serinus"
* Eurasian Bullfinch, "Pyrrhula pyrrhula"
* Hawfinch, "Coccothraustes coccothraustes"

Ploceidae sparrows
* House Sparrow, "Passer domesticus"
* Eurasian Tree Sparrow, "Passer montanus"

Sturnidae starlings
* Rosy Starling, "Sturnus roseus", rare but increasing
* Common Starling, "Sturnus vulgaris"

Oriolidae orioles
* Golden Oriole, "Oriolus oriolus"


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