Birds

Meru is a birders haven with many colourful and rare species. An impressive checklist with 511 species.

Birds of Meru

Our inofficial checklist with 511 species. High diversity and many rarities. Just click on name for more information.
AM- African migrant
PM- Palaearktic migrant
MM- Malagacy migrant
Lower case residents exists as well
NameLatinComment
Somali OstrichStruthio molybdophanes
Little GrebePodiceps nigricollis
Great White PelicanPelecanus onocrotalus
Pink-backed PelicanPelecanus rufescens
Great CormorantPhalacrocorax carbo
Reed CormorantPhalacrocorax africanusCalled Long-tailed Cormorant in the 1996 list
African DarterAnhinga rufa
Dwarf BitternIxobrychus sturmiiam
Black-crowned Night HeronNycticorax nycticoraxam, pm
Cattle EgretBubulcus ibisam
Little EgretEgretta garzetta
Squacco HeronArdeola ralloidesam, pm, Called Common Squacco Heron in the 1996 list
Madagascar Pond HeronArdeola idaeMM; Endangered, `Called Madagascar Squacco Heron in the 1996 list
Striated HeronButorides striataCalled Green-backed Heron B. striatus in the 1996 list; gender change following David & Gosselin (2002b)
Yellow-billed EgretEgretta intermediaCalled Mesophoyx intermedia in the 1996 list
Great White EgretEgretta albaCalled Casmerodius albus and Great Egret in the 1996 list
Grey HeronArdea cinereaam, pm
Purple HeronArdea purpureapm
Goliath HeronArdea goliath
Black-headed HeronArdea melanocephala
HamerkopScopus umbretta
White StorkCiconia ciconiaPM
Black StorkCiconia nigraPM
Abdim's StorkCiconia abdimiiAM
Woolly-necked StorkCiconia episcopus
Saddle-billed StorkEphippiorhynchus senegalensis
Marabou StorkLeptoptilos crumeniferus
African Open-billed StorkAnastomus lamelligerusam
Yellow-billed StorkMycteria ibisam
Sacred IbisThreskiornis aethiopicus
Hadada IbisBostrychia hagedash
Glossy IbisPlegadis falcinellusam, pm
Eurasian SpoonbillPlatalea leucorodiaPM
African SpoonbillPlatalea alba
Fulvous Whistling DuckDendrocygna bicolorAM
White-faced Whistling DuckDendrocygna viduata
Spur-winged GoosePlectropterus gambensis
Egyptian GooseAlopochen aegyptiacaWas Alopochen aegyptiacus in the 1996 list; gender change follows David & Gosselin (2002b)
Red-billed TealAnas erythrorhyncha
Southern PochardNetta erythrophthalmaam
SecretarybirdSagittarius serpentariusWas included in its own family, Sagittariidae, in the 1996 list and called the Secretary Bird
OspreyPandion haliaetusPM
European Honey BuzzardPernis apivorusPM, Called the Eurasian Honey Buzzard in the 1996 list
Bat HawkMacheiramphus alcinus
African Black-shouldered KiteElanus caeruleusCalled simply Black-shouldered Kite in the 1996 list
African Swallow-tailed KiteChelictinia riocourii
Black KiteMilvus migransam, pm, The Afrotropical race parasitus is often called the Yellow-billed Kite
Egyptian VultureNeophron percnopterusEndangered
Hooded VultureNecrosyrtes monachus
White-backed VultureGyps africanusNear Threatened, Called the African White-backed Vulture in the 1996 list
Rüppell's VultureGyps rueppelliiNear Threatened, Called Rüppell’s Griffon Vulture in the 1996 list
Lappet-faced VultureTorgos tracheliotus Vulnerable, Was Torgos tracheliotos in the 1996 list
White-headed VultureTrigonoceps occipitalisVulnerable
Black-chested Snake EagleCircaetus pectoralis
Brown Snake EagleCircaetus cinereus
Western Banded Snake EagleCircaetus cinerascensCalled simply Banded Snake Eagle in the 1996 list
BateleurTerathopius ecaudatus
African Harrier HawkPolyboroides typusOften called by the Afrikaans name Gymnogene
Pallid HarrierCircus macrourusPM; Near Threatened
Montagu's HarrierCircus pygargusPM
African Marsh HarrierCircus ranivorus
Western Marsh HarrierCircus aeruginosusPM, Called the Eurasian Marsh Harrier in the 1996 list
Gabar GoshawkMicronisus gabar
Eastern Chanting GoshawkMelierax poliopterusCalled the Eastern Pale Chanting Goshawk in the 1996 list
African GoshawkAccipiter tachiro
ShikraAccipiter badius
Levant SparrowhawkAccipiter brevipesPM
Little SparrowhawkAccipiter minullus
Eurasian SparrowhawkAccipiter nisusPM
Grasshopper BuzzardButastur rufipennisAM
Lizard BuzzardKaupifalco monogrammicus
Common BuzzardButeo buteoPM, The race that occurs here, vulpinus, is known as the Steppe Buzzard
Augur BuzzardButeo augur
African Fish EagleHaliaeetus vocifer
Palm-nut VultureGypohierax angolensis
Lesser Spotted EagleAquila pomarinaPM
Tawny EagleAquila rapax
Steppe EagleAquila nipalensisPM
Eastern Imperial EagleAquila heliacaPM; Vulnerable, In the 1996 list it was called simply Imperial Eagle; the qualifier is now required as the Spanish form has been given specifirank (Aquila adalberti)
Wahlberg's EagleAquila verreauxiiam
African Hawk EagleAquila wahlbergiThis and the next two species were in Hieraaetus in the 1996 list
Booted EagleHieraaetus pennatusPM
Ayres's Hawk EagleHieraaetus ayresii
Long-crested EagleLophaetus occipitalis
Crowned EagleStephanoaetus coronatusCalled the African Crowned Eagle in the 1996 list
Martial EaglePolemaetus bellicosusNear Threatened
Pygmy FalconPolihierax semitorquatus
Lanner FalconFalco biarmicus
Saker FalconFalco cherrugPM; Endangered
Peregrine FalconFalco peregrinuspm
Taita FalconFalco fasciinuchaNear Threatened
Eurasian HobbyFalco subbuteoPM
Red-necked FalconFalco chicquera
Amur FalconFalco amurensisPM
Dickinson's KestrelFalco dickinsoni
Sooty FalconFalco concolorPM; Near Threatened
Greater KestrelFalco rupicoloides
Fox KestrelFalco alopex
Lesser KestrelFalco naumanniPM; Vulnerable
Common KestrelFalco tinnunculuspm, The resident race rufescens is often called the Rock Kestrel
Harlequin QuailCoturnix delegorgueiam
Crested FrancolinFrancolinus sephaenaSällsynt/tillfällig
Yellow-necked SpurfowlFrancolinus leucoscepus
Crested GuineafowlGuttera pucheraniThe nominate, mainly coastal and lowland race is sometimes regarded as being a species, the Kenya Crested Guineafowl; mainly western and highland forest birds of the race verreauxi are then split off as a species, the Crested Guinea Fowl
Vulturine GuineafowlAcryllium vulturinum
Helmeted GuineafowlNumida meleagris
QuailploverOrtyxelos meiffrenii
Common ButtonquailTurnix sylvaticusCalled Common Button-quail in the 1996 list
African CrakeCrex egregiaam
Black CrakeAmaurornis flavirostraSpecifiepithet was flavirostris in the 1996 list; the change follows David & Gosselin (2002a)
Allen's GallinulePorphyrio alleni
Red-knobbed CootFulica cristataam
Grey Crowned CraneBalearica regulorumVulnerable
African FinfootPodica senegalensis
Kori BustardArdeotis kori
Buff-crested BustardLophotis gindianaWas included in Eupodotis ruficrista in the 1996 list
White-bellied BustardEupodotis senegalensis
Black-bellied BustardLissotis melanogasterThis and the next species were in Eupodotis in the 1996 list
Hartlaub's BustardLissotis hartlaubii
African JacanaActophilornis africanus
Greater Painted-snipeRostratula benghalensis
Black-winged StiltHimantopus himantopusam
Spotted Thick-kneeBurhinus capensis
Heuglin's CourserRhinoptilus cinctus
Bronze-winged CourserRhinoptilus chalcopterusAM, Called Violet-tipped Courser in the 1996 list
Somali CourserCursorius somalensis
Temminck's CourserCursorius temminckii
Little Ringed PloverCharadrius dubiusPM
Three-banded PloverCharadrius tricollaris
Caspian PloverCharadrius asiaticusPM
Blacksmith PloverVanellus armatus
Spur-winged PloverVanellus spinosus
Black-headed PloverVanellus tectus
Senegal PloverVanellus lugubris
Crowned PloverVanellus coronatus
Little StintCalidris minutaPM
Curlew SandpiperCalidris ferrugineaPM
RuffPhilomachus pugnaxPM
Common SnipeGallinago gallinagoPM
Black-tailed GodwitLimosa limosaPM; Near Threatened
Marsh SandpiperTringa stagnatilisPM
Common GreenshankTringa nebulariaPM
Green SandpiperTringa ochropusPM
Wood SandpiperTringa glareolaPM
Common SandpiperActitis hypoleucosPM
Grey PhalaropePhalaropus fulicariusPM, The sole confirmed record is of one on 1 September 1979, Nairobi National Park (EA Bird Report 1980)
Chestnut-bellied SandgrousePterocles exustus
Black-faced SandgrousePterocles decoratus
Lichtenstein's SandgrousePterocles lichtensteinii
African Green PigeonTreron calvusFollowing David & Gosselin (2002b), calvus is correct (was calva in the 1996 list)
Tambourine DoveTurtur tympanistria
Emerald-spotted Wood DoveTurtur chalcospilos
Namaqua DoveOena capensis
African Olive PigeonColumba arquatrix
Speckled PigeonColumba guineaInförd art
Red-eyed DoveStreptopelia semitorquata
African Mourning DoveStreptopelia decipiens
Ring-necked DoveStreptopelia capicola
Laughing DoveStreptopelia senegalensis
African Orange-bellied ParrotPoicephalus rufiventris
Hartlaub's TuracoTauraco hartlaubi
White-bellied Go-away-birdCorythaixoides leucogaster
Jacobin CuckooClamator jacobinusam, pm, om, Called Black-and-white Cuckoo Oxylophus jacobinus in the 1996 list
Great Spotted CuckooClamator glandariusam, (pm), Palaearctic migrants may occur
Black CuckooCuculus clamosusam
Red-chested CuckooCuculus solitariusam
Common CuckooCuculus canorusPM, Called the Eurasian Cuckoo in the 1996 list
African CuckooCuculus gularisAM
African Emerald CuckooChrysococcyx cupreus
Klaas's CuckooChrysococcyx klaas
Diederik CuckooChrysococcyx capriusam
YellowbillCeuthmochares aereusam
White-browed CoucalCentropus superciliosus
Black CoucalCentropus grillii
Barn OwlTyto alba
Sokoke Scops OwlOtus ireneaeEndangered
African Scops OwlOtus senegalensis
Northern White-faced Scops OwlPtilopsis leucotisThe 1996 list included this and the next species in Otus leucotis
Southern White-faced Scops OwlPtilopsis grantiSee note above
Spotted Eagle OwlBubo africanus
Verreaux's Eagle OwlBubo lacteus
Pel's Fishing OwlScotopelia peli
Pearl-spotted OwletGlaucidium perlatum
African Wood OwlStrix woodfordii
Marsh OwlAsio capensis
Donaldson Smith's NightjarCaprimulgus donaldsoniThe American zoologist and collector Dr Arthur Donaldson Smith (1864–1939) had no hyphen in his name
Nubian NightjarCaprimulgus nubicus
Freckled NightjarCaprimulgus tristigma
Plain NightjarCaprimulgus inornatusAM, (pm)
Dusky NightjarCaprimulgus fraenatus
Eurasian NightjarCaprimulgus europaeusPM
Slender-tailed NightjarCaprimulgus clarus
Mottled SpinetailTelacanthura ussheri
Scarce SwiftSchoutedenapus myoptilus
African Palm SwiftCypsiurus parvus
Common SwiftApus apusPM, Called the Eurasian Swift in the 1996 list
African Black SwiftApus barbatus
Mottled SwiftTachymarptis aequatorialis
Alpine SwiftTachymarptis melba
White-rumped SwiftApus cafferThis and the next species were included in Apus in the 1996 list. There is no evidence that Palaearctic birds reach Kenya
Horus SwiftApus horus
Speckled MousebirdColius striatusColius striatus kikuyuensis E
White-headed MousebirdColius leucocephalusColius leucocephalus turneri
Blue-naped MousebirdUrocolius macrourus
Narina TrogonApaloderma narina
Grey-headed KingfisherHalcyon leucocephalaam
Brown-hooded KingfisherHalcyon albiventris
Woodland KingfisherHalcyon senegalensis
Striped KingfisherHalcyon chelicuti
Malachite KingfisherAlcedo cristata
African Pygmy KingfisherCeyx pictusam, Called Ispidina picta in the 1996 list
Giant KingfisherMegaceryle maxima
Pied KingfisherCeryle rudis
Eurasian Bee-eaterMerops apiasterPM
Blue-cheeked Bee-eaterMerops persicusPM
Madagascar Bee-eaterMerops superciliosusam
White-throated Bee-eaterMerops albicollisAM
Little Bee-eaterMerops pusillus
Cinnamon-chested Bee-eaterMerops oreobates
Somali Bee-eaterMerops revoilii
Eurasian RollerCoracias naeviusPM; Near Threatened
Lilac-breasted RollerCoracias garrulusam
Rufous-crowned RollerCoracias caudatusThe specifiepithets changed to -us (from -a) endings following David & Gosselin (2002b) for this and the next two species
Broad-billed RollerEurystomus glaucurusam, mm
HoopoeUpupa epopsam, pm, Includes the African Hoopoe, comprising the races africana, waibeli and senegalensis; the nominate race is a Palaearctic migrant
White-headed Wood-hoopoePhoeniculus bollei
Green Wood-hoopoePhoeniculus purpureus
Black-billed Wood-hoopoePhoeniculus somaliensis
Violet Wood-hoopoePhoeniculus damarensis
Common ScimitarbillRhinopomastus cyanomelas
Abyssinian ScimitarbillRhinopomastus minor
Southern Ground HornbillBucorvus leadbeateri
Red-billed HornbillTockus erythrorhynchus
Eastern Yellow-billed HornbillTockus flavirostris
Von der Decken's HornbillTockus deckeni
Jackson's HornbillTockus jacksoniConsidered a race (jacksoni) of Von der Decken’s by several authors
Crowned HornbillTockus alboterminatus
African Grey HornbillTockus nasutus
Trumpeter HornbillBycanistes bucinator
Silvery-cheeked HornbillBycanistes brevisam
White-eared BarbetStactolaema leucotis
Moustached TinkerbirdPogoniulus leucomystaxCalled the Moustached Green Tinkerbird in the 1996 list
Yellow-rumped TinkerbirdPogoniulus bilineatus
Red-fronted TinkerbirdPogoniulus pusillus
Red-fronted BarbetTricholaema diademata
Spot-flanked BarbetTricholaema lacrymosa
Black-throated BarbetTricholaema melanocephala
White-headed BarbetLybius leucocephalusLybius leucocephalus senex E
Red-and-yellow BarbetTrachyphonus erythrocephalus
D'Arnaud's BarbetTrachyphonus darnaudiiSome authors formerly considered the race usambiro as a separate species, the Usambiro Barbet
Scaly-throated HoneyguideIndicator variegatus
Greater HoneyguideIndicator indicator
Lesser HoneyguideIndicator minorIncludes Thick-billed Honeyguide Indicator minor conirsotris which was treated as a separate species in the 1996 list
Pallid HoneyguideIndicator meliphilus
Green-backed HoneybirdProdotiscus zambesiaeCalled the Eastern Honeybird in the 1996 list
Eurasian WryneckJynx torquillaPM
Nubian WoodpeckerCampethera nubica
Fine-banded WoodpeckerCampethera tullbergiCampethera tullbergi hausburgi E
Cardinal WoodpeckerDendropicos fuscescens
Bearded WoodpeckerDendropicos namaquus
Brown-backed WoodpeckerPicoides obsoletus
Red-winged LarkMirafra hypermetra
Flappet LarkMirafra rufocinnamomea
Fawn-coloured LarkCalendulauda africanoides
Pink-breasted LarkCalendulauda poecilosterna
Somali Short-toed LarkCalandrella somalica
Fischer's Sparrow LarkEremopterix leucopareiaAlthough the genus is masculine (David & Gosselin 2002b), the species epithet leucopareia, not being an adjective, must retain the feminine -a ending
Chestnut-backed Sparrow LarkEremopterix leucotisThis and the next two species had Sparrow-Lark in their English names in the 1996 list
Sand MartinRiparia riparia
Wire-tailed SwallowHirundo smithii
Barn SwallowHirundo rusticaPM
Ethiopian SwallowHirundo aethiopica
Red-rumped SwallowCecropis daurica
Mosque SwallowCecropis senegalensis
Lesser Striped SwallowCecropis abyssinicaThis and the next three species were included in Hirundo in the 1996 list
Rock MartinPtyonoprogne fuligulaIncluded in Hirundo in the 1996 list
Common House MartinDelichon urbicumPM, Species epithet was urbica in the 1996 list but was changed to the neuter form following David & Gosselin (2002b)
Black Saw-wingPsalidoprocne pristoptera
African Pied WagtailMotacilla aguimp
Grey WagtailMotacilla cinereaPM
Mountain WagtailMotacilla clara
Yellow WagtailMotacilla flavaPM
Golden PipitTmetothylacus tenellusAM
Tawny PipitAnthus campestrisPM
Grassland PipitAnthus cinnamomeusThe taxon latistriatus, described from Mumias in 1899, and not recorded in Kenya since, is sometimes considered a race of A. cinnamomeus, and sometimes (e.g., by Clancey 1990) as a full species, A. latistriatus Jackson’s Pipit
Tree PipitAnthus trivialisPM
Yellow-throated LongclawMacronyx croceus
Pangani LongclawMacronyx aurantiigula
Yellow-whiskered GreenbulAndropadus latirostris
Slender-billed GreenbulAndropadus gracilirostris
Mountain GreenbulAndropadus nigriceps
Zanzibar GreenbulAndropadus importunusCalled the Zanzibar Sombre Greenbul in the 1996 list
Grey-olive GreenbulPhyllastrephus cerviniventris
Cabanis's GreenbulPhyllastrephus cabanisi
Northern BrownbulPhyllastrephus strepitans
Terrestrial BrownbulPhyllastrephus terrestris
Yellow-bellied GreenbulChlorocichla flaviventris
Common BulbulPycnonotus barbatusThe small race dodsoni is sometimes considered as a separate species, the White-eared Bulbul
Eastern NicatorNicator gularis
Hinde's BabblerTurdoides hindeiE; Vulnerable
Northern Pied BabblerTurdoides hypoleucaSpecies epithet was hypoleucus in the 1996 list, changed following David & Gosselin (2002b)
Rufous ChattererTurdoides rubiginosaSpecies epithet was rubiginosus in the 1996 list, changed following David & Gosselin (2002b)
Scaly ChattererTurdoides aylmeri
White-starred RobinPogonocichla stellataPogonocichla stellata macarthuri E
Cape Robin ChatCossypha caffra
Red-capped Robin ChatCossypha natalensisam
Rüppell's Robin ChatCossypha semirufa
Brown-chested AletheAlethe poliocephalaAlethe poliocephala akelyae E
Spotted Palm ThrushCichladusa guttataCalled the Spotted Morning Thrush in the 1996 list
Common NightingaleLuscinia megarhynchosPM, Called simply Nightingale in the 1996 list
Thrush NightingaleLuscinia lusciniaPM, Called by the German name Sprosser in the 1996 list
White-browed Scrub RobinCercotrichas leucophrysThe races vulpina, leucoptera and eluta are sometimes called the White-winged Scrub Robin
Rufous Bush ChatCercotrichas galactotesPM
IraniaIrania gutturalisPM, Often called the White-throated Robin in Europe but in South Africa this name is used for Cossypha humeralis
WhinchatSaxicola rubetraPM
Northern WheatearOenanthe oenanthePM
Pied WheatearOenanthe pleschankaPM
Isabelline WheatearOenanthe isabellinaPM
Capped WheatearOenanthe pileata
Common Rock ThrushMonticola saxatilis
Olive ThrushTurdus olivaceusData saknas
African Bare-eyed ThrushTurdus tephronotusWas just Bare-eyed Thrush in the 1996 list
Spotted FlycatcherMuscicapa striataPM
African Dusky FlycatcherMuscicapa adustaMuscicapa adusta marsabit E
Ashy FlycatcherMuscicapa caerulescens
White-eyed Slaty FlycatcherMelaenornis fischeri
Southern Black FlycatcherMelaenornis pammelaina
African Grey FlycatcherBradornis microrhynchusBradornis microrhynchus taruensis E
Pale FlycatcherBradornis pallidus
Lead-coloured FlycatcherMyioparus plumbeus
Sedge WarblerAcrocephalus schoenobaenusPM
Great Reed WarblerAcrocephalus arundinaceusPM
Marsh WarblerAcrocephalus palustrisPM
Eastern Olivaceous WarblerHippolais pallidaPM, The qualifier ‘Eastern’ is needed now that the hitherto included race opaca has been split off as a species, the Western Olivaceous Warbler Hippolais opaca
Upcher's WarblerHippolais languidaPM
Olive-tree WarblerHippolais olivetorumPM
Barred WarblerSylvia nisoriaPM
Common WhitethroatSylvia communisPM
Garden WarblerSylvia borinPM
BlackcapSylvia atricapillaPM
Willow WarblerPhylloscopus trochilusPM
Brown Woodland WarblerPhylloscopus umbrovirens
Cinnamon Bracken WarblerBradypterus cinnamomeus
Moustached Grass WarblerMelocichla mentalisCalled the African Moustached Warbler in the 1996 list
Fan-tailed GrassbirdSchoenicola brevirostrisCalled the Broad-tailed Warbler in the 1996 list
Mountain Yellow WarblerChloropeta similis
Singing CisticolaCisticola cantans
Hunter's CisticolaCisticola hunteri
Tiny CisticolaCisticola nana
Winding CisticolaCisticola galactotes
Croaking CisticolaCisticola natalensis
Rattling CisticolaCisticola chiniana
Ashy CisticolaCisticola cinereolusWithin Cisticola many specifiepithets have been changed from the feminine -a ending to the masculine -us, following David & Gosselin (2002b) who show that Cisticola is masculine; however, those still remaining with the -a ending in the present list are indeed correct
Siffling CisticolaCisticola brachypterusCisticola brachypterus kericho E
Zitting CisticolaCisticola juncidis
Desert CisticolaCisticola aridulus
Pectoral-patch CisticolaCisticola brunnescens
Tawny-flanked PriniaPrinia subflava
Pale PriniaPrinia somalica
Grey Wren WarblerCalamonastes simplex
Grey-backed CamaropteraCamaroptera brachyuraGrey-backed subspecies are sometimes regarded as the species C. brevicaudata, while those races with green backs are restricted to C. brachyura (the Green-backed Camaroptera)
Yellow-breasted ApalisApalis flavidaApalis flavida pugnax E, Apalis flavida flavocincta the Brown-tailed Apalis is considered a separate species by some
Grey ApalisApalis cinerea
Black-headed ApalisApalis melanocephalaApalis melanocephala nigrodorsalis E
Black-collared ApalisApalis pulchra
Red-fronted WarblerUrorhipis rufifronsCalled Spiloptila rufifrons in the 1996 list; Urorhipis rufifrons rufidorsalis E
Northern CrombecSylvietta brachyura
Red-faced CrombecSylvietta whytii
Somali CrombecSylvietta isabellinaCalled the Somali Long-billed Crombec in the 1996 list
Yellow-bellied EremomelaEremomela icteropygialis
Yellow-vented EremomelaEremomela flavicrissalis
Green-capped EremomelaEremomela canescens
Buff-bellied WarblerPhyllolais pulchella
Brown ParisomaParisoma lugens
Abyssinian White-eyeZosterops abyssinicus
Montane White-eyeZosterops poliogastrusCalled Z. poliogaster in the 1996 list, but Z. poliogastrus is spelling and gender correct (David & Gosselin 2002a). Includes the Kulal White-eye Z. p. kulalensis E, the Kikuyu White-eye Z. p. kikuyuensis E, and the Taita White-eye Z. p. silvanus E; these three taxa are sometimes regarded as separate species
Northern Grey TitParus thruppi thruppi
Mouse-coloured Penduline TitAnthoscopus musculus
Grey Penduline TitAnthoscopus caroliCalled the African Penduline Tit in the 1996 list
Blue-mantled Crested FlycatcherTrochocercus cyanomelas
African Paradise FlycatcherTerpsiphone viridisam
Black-and-white FlycatcherBias musicus
Chin-spot BatisBatis molitor
Pygmy BatisBatis perkeo
Black-headed BatisBatis minor
Black-throated Wattle-eyePlatysteira peltata
White-crested HelmetshrikePrionops plumatus
Retz's HelmetshrikePrionops retzii
Chestnut-fronted HelmetshrikePrionops scopifronsPrionops scopifrons keniensis E
Northern White-crowned ShrikeEurocephalus rueppelliWas included in the helmetshrikes (Prionopidae) in the 1996 list
Red-backed ShrikeLanius collurioPM
Isabelline ShrikeLanius isabellinusPM, Called the Red-tailed Shrike in the 1996 list
Lesser Grey ShrikeLanius minorPM
Grey-backed FiscalLanius excubitorius
Long-tailed FiscalLanius cabanisi
Taita FiscalLanius dorsalis
Common FiscalLanius collaris
Woodchat ShrikeLanius senatorPM
BrubruNilaus afer
Black-crowned TchagraTchagra senegalusSpecifiepithet gender change (from -a) following David & Gosselin (2002b)
Brown-crowned TchagraTchagra australis
Three-streaked TchagraTchagra jamesiTchagra jamesi mandanus E
Sulphur-breasted BushshrikeTelophorus sulfureopectus
Black-fronted BushshrikeTelophorus nigrifronsThis and the next four species were included in Malaconotus in the 1996 list
Grey-headed BushshrikeMalaconotus blanchotiThe following seven species had Bush-Shrike in their English names in the 1996 list
Rosy-patched BushshrikeRhodophoneus cruentus
Tropical BoubouLaniarius aethiopicus
Slate-coloured BoubouLaniarius funebris
Black-backed PuffbackDryoscopus cubla
Pringle's PuffbackDryoscopus pringlii
Black CuckooshrikeCampephaga flavaam
Grey CuckooshrikeCoracina caesia
Common DrongoDicrurus adsimilis
Eurasian Golden OrioleOriolus oriolusPM
African Golden OrioleOriolus auratusAM
Black-headed OrioleOriolus larvatus
Montane OrioleOriolus percivali
Pied CrowCorvus albus
White-necked RavenCorvus albicollisCalled White-naped Raven in the 1996 list
Fan-tailed RavenCorvus rhipidurus
Kenrick's StarlingPoeoptera kenricki
Red-winged StarlingOnychognathus morio
Slender-billed StarlingOnychognathus tenuirostris
Black-bellied StarlingLamprotornis corruscus
Greater Blue-eared StarlingLamprotornis chalybaeus
Rüppell's StarlingLamprotornis purpuropteraMissgynnad
Hildebrandt's StarlingLamprotornis hildebrandti
Shelley's StarlingLamprotornis shelleyi
Superb StarlingLamprotornis superbus
Golden-breasted StarlingLamprotornis regius
Violet-backed StarlingCinnyricinclus leucogaster
Abbott's StarlingCinnyricinclus femoralis
Fischer's StarlingSpreo fischeri
Magpie StarlingSpeculipastor bicolor
Wattled StarlingCreatophora cinerea
Red-billed OxpeckerBuphagus africanus
Yellow-billed OxpeckerBuphagus erythrorhynchusSällsynt/tillfällig
Eastern Violet-backed SunbirdAnthreptes orientalis
Collared SunbirdHedydipna collaris
Olive SunbirdCyanomitra olivacea
Amethyst SunbirdChalcomitra amethystina
Scarlet-chested SunbirdChalcomitra senegalensis
Hunter's SunbirdChalcomitra hunteri
Variable SunbirdCinnyris venustus
Northern Double-collared SunbirdCinnyris reichenowiCalled Nectarinia preussi in the 1996 list, but with its inclusion in Cinnyris here, the ICZN requires the species epithet reichenowi to be used
Eastern Double-collared SunbirdCinnyris mediocris
Marico SunbirdCinnyris mariquensis
Black-bellied SunbirdCinnyris nectarinioides
Beautiful SunbirdCinnyris pulchellus
Shining SunbirdCinnyris habessinicus
Tacazze SunbirdNectarinia tacazze
Bronze SunbirdNectarinia kilimensis
Kenya Rufous SparrowPasser rufocinctusCalled simply Rufous Sparrow in the 1996 list. The race shelleyi (Shelley’s Rufous Sparrow) is sometimes regarded as a separate species
Grey-headed SparrowPasser griseusThe races gongonensis, suahelicus and swainsonii are frequently regarded as separate species with the English names Parrot-billed Sparrow, Swahili Sparrow and Swainson’s Sparrow, respectively (see, for instance Fry & Keith (Eds) 2004, Gill & Wright 2006)
Chestnut SparrowPasser eminibey
Yellow-spotted PetroniaPetronia pyrgita
White-headed Buffalo WeaverDinemellia dinemelli
Red-billed Buffalo WeaverBubalornis niger
White-billed Buffalo WeaverBubalornis albirostris
White-browed Sparrow WeaverPlocepasser mahaliThe name Sparrow-Weaver was used in the 1996 list for this and the next two species
Black-capped Social WeaverPseudonigrita cabanisi
Speckle-fronted WeaverSporopipes frontalis
Grosbeak WeaverAmblyospiza albifrons
Baglafecht WeaverPloceus baglafechtThe races emini, reichenowi and stuhlmanni have often borne the English names Emin’s Weaver, Reichenow’s Weaver and Stuhlmann’s Weaver, respectively
Black-necked WeaverPloceus nigricollis
Eastern Golden WeaverPloceus subaureusCalled the African Golden Weaver in the 1996 list
Holub's Golden WeaverPloceus xanthops
Golden Palm WeaverPloceus bojeri
Vitelline Masked WeaverPloceus vitellinusIncluded in Ploceus velatus in the 1996 list
Lesser Masked WeaverPloceus intermedius
Speke's WeaverPloceus spekei
Village WeaverPloceus cucullatusCalled the Black-headed Weaver in the 1996 list
Chestnut WeaverPloceus rubiginosusam
Brown-capped WeaverPloceus insignis
Red-headed WeaverAnaplectes rubricepsCalled Anaplectes rubriceps in the 1996 list
Red-billed QueleaQuelea queleaam
Cardinal QueleaQuelea cardinalis
Fire-fronted BishopEuplectes diadematus
Yellow BishopEuplectes capensis
White-winged WidowbirdEuplectes albonotatus
Red-collared WidowbirdEuplectes ardens
Grey-headed NegrofinchNigrita canicapillus
Green-winged PytiliaPytilia melba
Peters's TwinspotHypargos niveoguttatus
Red-billed FirefinchLagonosticta senegala
African FirefinchLagonosticta rubricata
Jameson's FirefinchLagonosticta rhodopareia
Yellow-bellied WaxbillEstrilda quartiniaWas included in Estrilda in the 1996 list
Crimson-rumped WaxbillEstrilda rhodopyga
Common WaxbillEstrilda astrild
Kandt's WaxbillEstrilda atricapillaListed as the Black-headed Waxbill Estrilda atricapilla in the 1996 list (but see Fry & Keith Eds 2004)
Black-cheeked WaxbillEstrilda charmosyna
Red-cheeked Cordon-bleuUraeginthus bengalusUraeginthus bengalus brunneigularis E
Blue-capped Cordon-bleuUraeginthus cyanocephalus
Purple GrenadierUraeginthus ianthinogasterIncluded in Uraeginthus in the 1996 list
African SilverbillLonchura cantans
Grey-headed SilverbillLonchura griseicapillaThis and the next four species were included in Lonchura in the 1996 list
Bronze MannikinLonchura cucullata
Black-and-white MannikinLonchura bicolorThe race nigriceps, the Rufous-backed Mannikin, has often been regarded as a separate species in the past
Cut-throat FinchAmadina fasciata
Steel-blue WhydahVidua hypocherina
Pin-tailed WhydahVidua macroura
Straw-tailed WhydahVidua fischeri
Eastern Paradise WhydahVidua paradisaeaCalled just Paradise Whydah in the 1996 list
Yellow-crowned CanarySerinus canicollisWas included within Serinus canicollis in the 1996 list
African CitrilSerinus citrinelloides
Brimstone CanarySerinus sulphuratus
Streaky SeedeaterSerinus striolatus
Reichenow's SeedeaterSerinus reichenowiCalled the Yellow-rumped Seedeater in the 1996 list; however, that name is now given to the Ethiopian and Eritrean species C. xanthopygia
Cinnamon-breasted BuntingEmberiza tahapisiCalled the Cinnamon-breasted Rock Bunting in the 1996 list
Somali BuntingEmberiza poliopleuraCalled the Somali Golden-breasted Bunting in the 1996 list

Still under investigation

Suspected birds

Birds reported but not yet approved. Over 50 waiting to be added!
Name Latin Comment
Little BitternIxobrychus minutusam, pm
Olive IbisBostrychia olivaceaCalled the African Green Ibis in the 1996 list
African Cuckoo HawkAviceda cuculoides
Short-toed Snake EagleCircaetus gallicusPM, The only confirmed record is of one seen on 2 February 2001 in Tsavo East National Park (EARC 2005), all previous claimed records having been rejected
Beaudouin's Snake EagleCircaetus beaudouiniVulnerable, Recently raised to species level; the only confirmed record is of one seen on 21 January 2001 at Mungatsi, western Kenya (EARC 2005)
Black SparrowhawkAccipiter melanoleucusSometimes called Black Sparrowhawk (as it is in southern Africa)
Steppe BuzzardButeo vulpinus
African HoopoeUpupa africanaOwn?
Red-footed FalconFalco vespertinusPM; Near Threatened
Eleonora's FalconFalco eleonoraePM
Blue-headed WagtailMotacilla flava flava
Ring-necked FrancolinFrancolinus streptophorusSällsynt/tillfällig
Red-chested FlufftailSarothrura rufa
Striped CrakeAenigmatolimnas marginalisAM
Water Thick-kneeBurhinus vermiculatus
Double-banded CourserRhinoptilus africanusCalled Two-banded Courser in the 1996 list
Common Ringed PloverCharadrius hiaticula
Kittlitz's PloverCharadrius pecuarius
Lesser Sand PloverCharadrius mongolusPM, Called Lesser Sandplover in the 1996 list
African SnipeGallinago nigripennisam
European Turtle DoveStreptopelia turtur
Dusky Turtle DoveStreptopelia lugens
Levaillant's CuckooClamator levaillantiiAM, Included in the genus Oxylophus in the 1996 list
Greyish Eagle OwlBubo cinerascensWas included as a race of Bubo africanus in the 1996 list
African Barred OwletGlaucidium capense
Böhm's SpinetailNeafrapus boehmi
Nyanza SwiftApus niansae
Northern Carmine Bee-eaterMerops nubicusAM
African BroadbillSmithornis capensis
Rufous-naped LarkMirafra africanaMirafra africana harterti E
Chestnut-headed Sparrow LarkEremopterix signatusThe genus is masculine (David & Gosselin 2002b), hence the -us ending for the adjective signatus
White WagtailMotacilla albaPM
Gambaga FlycatcherMuscicapa gambagae
Eurasian Reed WarblerAcrocephalus scirpaceusPM
Icterine WarblerHippolais icterinaPM
Wood WarblerPhylloscopus sibilatrixPM
Little Rush WarblerBradypterus baboecala
Coastal CisticolaCisticola haematocephalusConsidered as a race of Cisticola galactotes in the 1996 list; but raised to a species here following Gill & Wright (2006)
Stout CisticolaCisticola robustus
Olive-green CamaropteraCamaroptera chloronota
Grey-capped WarblerEminia lepida
Banded ParisomaParisoma boehmiParisoma boehmi marsabit E
Somali FiscalLanius somalicus
Parrot-billed SparrowPasser gongonensis
Grey-headed Social WeaverPseudonigrita arnaudi
Spectacled WeaverPloceus ocularis
Black-headed WeaverPloceus melanocephalusGill & Wright (2006) rather confusingly call this species the Black-headed Weaver, a direct translation of the specifiepithet, but it is the name quite often used for Ploceus cucullatus, here called the Village Weaver
Orange-winged PytiliaPytilia afra
Zebra WaxbillAmandava subflavaCalled Zebra Waxbill in the 1996 list
Magpie MannikinLonchura fringilloides
Village IndigobirdVidua chalybeata
White-bellied CanarySerinus dorsostriatus

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birds with hyperlink

Ostrich
Little Grebe
Great White Pelican
Pink-backed Pelican
Great Cormorant
Reed Cormorant
African Darter
Dwarf Bittern
Black-crowned Night Heron
Cattle Egret
Little Egret
Squacco Heron
Madagascar Pond Heron
Striated Heron
Yellow-billed Egret
Great White Egret
Grey Heron
Purple Heron
Goliath Heron
Black-headed Heron
Hamerkop
White Stork
Black Stork
Abdim’s Stork
Woolly-necked Stork
Saddle-billed Stork
Marabou Stork
African Open-billed Stork
Yellow-billed Stork
Sacred Ibis
Hadada Ibis
Glossy Ibis
Eurasian Spoonbill
African Spoonbill
Fulvous Whistling Duck
White-faced Whistling Duck
Spur-winged Goose
Egyptian Goose
Red-billed Teal
Southern Pochard
Secretarybird
Osprey
European Honey Buzzard
Bat Hawk
African Black-shouldered Kite
African Swallow-tailed Kite
Black Kite
Egyptian Vulture
Hooded Vulture
White-backed Vulture
Rüppell’s Vulture
Lappet-faced Vulture
White-headed Vulture
Black-chested Snake Eagle
Brown Snake Eagle
Western Banded Snake Eagle
Bateleur
African Harrier Hawk
Pallid Harrier
Montagu’s Harrier
African Marsh Harrier
Western Marsh Harrier
Gabar Goshawk
Eastern Chanting Goshawk
African Goshawk
Shikra
Levant Sparrowhawk
Little Sparrowhawk
Eurasian Sparrowhawk
Grasshopper Buzzard
Lizard Buzzard
Common Buzzard
Augur Buzzard
African Fish Eagle
Palm-nut Vulture
Lesser Spotted Eagle
Tawny Eagle
Steppe Eagle
Eastern Imperial Eagle
Wahlberg’s Eagle
African Hawk Eagle
Booted Eagle
Ayres’s Hawk Eagle
Long-crested Eagle
Crowned Eagle
Martial Eagle
Pygmy Falcon
Lanner Falcon
Saker Falcon
Peregrine Falcon
Taita Falcon
Eurasian Hobby
Red-necked Falcon
Amur Falcon
Dickinson’s Kestrel
Sooty Falcon
Greater Kestrel
Fox Kestrel
Lesser Kestrel
Common Kestrel
Harlequin Quail
Crested Francolin
Yellow-necked Spurfowl
Crested Guineafowl
Vulturine Guineafowl
Helmeted Guineafowl
Quailplover
Common Buttonquail
African Crake
Black Crake
Allen’s Gallinule
Red-knobbed Coot
Grey Crowned Crane
African Finfoot
Kori Bustard
Buff-crested Bustard
White-bellied Bustard
Black-bellied Bustard
Hartlaub’s Bustard
African Jacana
Greater Painted-snipe
Black-winged Stilt
Spotted Thick-knee
Heuglin’s Courser
Bronze-winged Courser
Somali Courser
Temminck’s Courser
Little Ringed Plover
Three-banded Plover
Caspian Plover
Blacksmith Plover
Spur-winged Plover
Black-headed Plover
Senegal Plover
Crowned Plover
Little Stint
Curlew Sandpiper
Ruff
Common Snipe
Black-tailed Godwit
Marsh Sandpiper
Common Greenshank
Green Sandpiper
Wood Sandpiper
Common Sandpiper
Grey Phalarope
Chestnut-bellied Sandgrouse
Black-faced Sandgrouse
Lichtenstein’s Sandgrouse
African Green Pigeon
Tambourine Dove
Emerald-spotted Wood Dove
Namaqua Dove
African Olive Pigeon
Speckled Pigeon
Red-eyed Dove
African Mourning Dove
Ring-necked Dove
Laughing Dove
African Orange-bellied Parrot
Hartlaub’s Turaco
White-bellied Go-away-bird
Jacobin Cuckoo
Great Spotted Cuckoo
Black Cuckoo
Red-chested Cuckoo
Common Cuckoo
African Cuckoo
African Emerald Cuckoo
Klaas’s Cuckoo
Diederik Cuckoo
Yellowbill
White-browed Coucal
Black Coucal
Barn Owl
Sokoke Scops Owl
African Scops Owl
Northern White-faced Scops Owl
Southern White-faced Scops Owl
Spotted Eagle Owl
Verreaux’s Eagle Owl
Pel’s Fishing Owl
Pearl-spotted Owlet
African Wood Owl
Marsh Owl
Donaldson Smith’s Nightjar
Nubian Nightjar
Freckled Nightjar
Plain Nightjar
Dusky Nightjar
Eurasian Nightjar
Slender-tailed Nightjar
Mottled Spinetail
Scarce Swift
African Palm Swift
Common Swift
African Black Swift
Mottled Swift
Alpine Swift
White-rumped Swift
Horus Swift
Speckled Mousebird
White-headed Mousebird
Blue-naped Mousebird
Narina Trogon
Grey-headed Kingfisher
Brown-hooded Kingfisher
Woodland Kingfisher
Striped Kingfisher
Malachite Kingfisher
African Pygmy Kingfisher
Giant Kingfisher
Pied Kingfisher
Eurasian Bee-eater
Blue-cheeked Bee-eater
Madagascar Bee-eater
White-throated Bee-eater
Little Bee-eater
Cinnamon-chested Bee-eater
Somali Bee-eater
Eurasian Roller
Lilac-breasted Roller
Rufous-crowned Roller
Broad-billed Roller
Hoopoe
White-headed Wood-hoopoe
Green Wood-hoopoe
Black-billed Wood-hoopoe
Violet Wood-hoopoe
Common Scimitarbill
Abyssinian Scimitarbill
Southern Ground Hornbill
Red-billed Hornbill
Eastern Yellow-billed Hornbill
Von der Decken’s Hornbill
Jackson’s Hornbill
Crowned Hornbill
African Grey Hornbill
Trumpeter Hornbill
Silvery-cheeked Hornbill
White-eared Barbet
Moustached Tinkerbird
Yellow-rumped Tinkerbird
Red-fronted Tinkerbird
Red-fronted Barbet
Spot-flanked Barbet
Black-throated Barbet
White-headed Barbet
Red-and-yellow Barbet
D’Arnaud’s Barbet
Scaly-throated Honeyguide
Greater Honeyguide
Lesser Honeyguide
Pallid Honeyguide
Green-backed Honeybird
Eurasian Wryneck
Nubian Woodpecker
Fine-banded Woodpecker
Cardinal Woodpecker
Bearded Woodpecker
Brown-backed Woodpecker
Red-winged Lark
Flappet Lark
Fawn-coloured Lark
Pink-breasted Lark
Somali Short-toed Lark
Fischer’s Sparrow Lark
Chestnut-backed Sparrow Lark
Sand Martin
Wire-tailed Swallow
Barn Swallow
Ethiopian Swallow
Red-rumped Swallow
Mosque Swallow
Lesser Striped Swallow
Rock Martin
Common House Martin
Black Saw-wing
African Pied Wagtail
Grey Wagtail
Mountain Wagtail
Yellow Wagtail
Golden Pipit
Tawny Pipit
Grassland Pipit
Tree Pipit
Yellow-throated Longclaw
Pangani Longclaw
Yellow-whiskered Greenbul
Slender-billed Greenbul
Mountain Greenbul
Zanzibar Greenbul
Grey-olive Greenbul
Cabanis’s Greenbul
Northern Brownbul
Terrestrial Brownbul
Yellow-bellied Greenbul
Common Bulbul
Eastern Nicator
Hinde’s Babbler
Northern Pied Babbler
Rufous Chatterer
Scaly Chatterer
White-starred Robin
Cape Robin Chat
Red-capped Robin Chat
Rüppell’s Robin Chat
Brown-chested Alethe
Spotted Palm Thrush
Common Nightingale
Thrush Nightingale
White-browed Scrub Robin
Rufous Bush Chat
Irania
Whinchat
Northern Wheatear
Pied Wheatear
Isabelline Wheatear
Capped Wheatear
Common Rock Thrush
Olive Thrush
African Bare-eyed Thrush
Spotted Flycatcher
African Dusky Flycatcher
Ashy Flycatcher
White-eyed Slaty Flycatcher
Southern Black Flycatcher
African Grey Flycatcher
Pale Flycatcher
Lead-coloured Flycatcher
Sedge Warbler
Great Reed Warbler
Marsh Warbler
Eastern Olivaceous Warbler
Upcher’s Warbler
Olive-tree Warbler
Barred Warbler
Common Whitethroat
Garden Warbler
Blackcap
Willow Warbler
Brown Woodland Warbler
Cinnamon Bracken Warbler
Moustached Grass Warbler
Fan-tailed Grassbird
Mountain Yellow Warbler
Singing Cisticola
Hunter’s Cisticola
Tiny Cisticola
Winding Cisticola
Croaking Cisticola
Rattling Cisticola
Ashy Cisticola
Siffling Cisticola
Zitting Cisticola
Desert Cisticola
Pectoral-patch Cisticola
Tawny-flanked Prinia
Pale Prinia
Grey Wren Warbler
Grey-backed Camaroptera
Yellow-breasted Apalis
Grey Apalis
Black-headed Apalis
Black-collared Apalis
Red-fronted Warbler
Northern Crombec
Red-faced Crombec
Somali Crombec
Yellow-bellied Eremomela
Yellow-vented Eremomela
Green-capped Eremomela
Buff-bellied Warbler
Brown Parisoma
Abyssinian White-eye
Montane White-eye
Northern Grey Tit
Mouse-coloured Penduline Tit
Grey Penduline Tit
Blue-mantled Crested Flycatcher
African Paradise Flycatcher
Black-and-white Flycatcher
Chin-spot Batis
Pygmy Batis
Black-headed Batis
Black-throated Wattle-eye
White-crested Helmetshrike
Retz’s Helmetshrike
Chestnut-fronted Helmetshrike
Northern White-crowned Shrike
Red-backed Shrike
Isabelline Shrike
Lesser Grey Shrike
Grey-backed Fiscal
Long-tailed Fiscal
Taita Fiscal
Common Fiscal
Woodchat Shrike
Brubru
Black-crowned Tchagra
Brown-crowned Tchagra
Three-streaked Tchagra
Sulphur-breasted Bushshrike
Black-fronted Bushshrike
Grey-headed Bushshrike
Rosy-patched Bushshrike
Tropical Boubou
Slate-coloured Boubou
Black-backed Puffback
Pringle’s Puffback
Black Cuckooshrike
Grey Cuckooshrike
Common Drongo
Eurasian Golden Oriole
African Golden Oriole
Black-headed Oriole
Montane Oriole
Pied Crow
White-necked Raven
Fan-tailed Raven
Kenrick’s Starling
Red-winged Starling
Slender-billed Starling
Black-bellied Starling
Greater Blue-eared Starling
Rüppell’s Starling
Hildebrandt’s Starling
Shelley’s Starling
Superb Starling
Golden-breasted Starling
Violet-backed Starling
Abbott’s Starling
Fischer’s Starling
Magpie Starling
Wattled Starling
Red-billed Oxpecker
Yellow-billed Oxpecker
Eastern Violet-backed Sunbird
Collared Sunbird
Olive Sunbird
Amethyst Sunbird
Scarlet-chested Sunbird
Hunter’s Sunbird
Variable Sunbird
Northern Double-collared Sunbird
Eastern Double-collared Sunbird
Marico Sunbird
Black-bellied Sunbird
Beautiful Sunbird
Shining Sunbird
Tacazze Sunbird
Bronze Sunbird
Kenya Rufous Sparrow
Grey-headed Sparrow
Chestnut Sparrow
Yellow-spotted Petronia
White-headed Buffalo Weaver
Red-billed Buffalo Weaver
White-billed Buffalo Weaver
White-browed Sparrow Weaver
Black-capped Social Weaver
Speckle-fronted Weaver
Grosbeak Weaver
Baglafecht Weaver
Black-necked Weaver
Eastern Golden Weaver
Holub’s Golden Weaver
Golden Palm Weaver
Vitelline Masked Weaver
Lesser Masked Weaver
Speke’s Weaver
Village Weaver
Chestnut Weaver
Brown-capped Weaver
Red-headed Weaver
Red-billed Quelea
Cardinal Quelea
Fire-fronted Bishop
Yellow Bishop
White-winged Widowbird
Red-collared Widowbird
Grey-headed Negrofinch
Green-winged Pytilia
Peters’s Twinspot
Red-billed Firefinch
African Firefinch
Jameson’s Firefinch
Yellow-bellied Waxbill
Crimson-rumped Waxbill
Common Waxbill
Kandt’s Waxbill
Black-cheeked Waxbill
Red-cheeked Cordon-bleu
Blue-capped Cordon-bleu
Purple Grenadier
African Silverbill
Grey-headed Silverbill
Bronze Mannikin
Black-and-white Mannikin
Cut-throat Finch
Steel-blue Whydah
Pin-tailed Whydah
Straw-tailed Whydah
Eastern Paradise Whydah
Yellow-crowned Canary
African Citril
Brimstone Canary
Streaky Seedeater
Reichenow’s Seedeater
Cinnamon-breasted Bunting
Somali Bunting

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  1. Lenna says:

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