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BIRDS OF SYRIA

عصافير سوريا



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Birds of Syria

Birds of Syria coded for abundance, breeding, migration, wintering, endemic, rare, etc.; 2000 pages on birds, nature, birdwatching, where to go birding, birds and nature pictures, nature conservation, equipment, bird feeding, etc. Welcome to the bird list of Syria.

Syria is home to an impressive number of species of birds that vary from residents, that stay all year around, to breeding birds, that spend a good part of the growing season in Syria to raise their young, migrants who pass through Syria with the seasons, to wintering birds who like to spend a good part of the winter in Syria to escape colder conditions up north. While many species of birds are relatively common as they are part of the ecosystems of the state, it is always a thrill to stumble upon a rare bird or vagrant, that does not really form part of any the Syria ecosystems. Maybe it got lost during its travels between its summer and winter residence or it got displaced by bad weather.

Among the species of the checklist of the birds of Syria you can find  waterfowl and wading birds, a large suite of song birds, raptors, game birds, swifts and nighthawks, etc., many of which occupy several ecosystems simultaneously, as they fly to and from forests, meadows, shorelines of waters, cities and and urban green spaces. At Birdlist, we have developed a coding system that can help you predict when you may expect a certain species, with a code for seasonality, such as resident, nesting, wintering, etc. A code for abundance will give you a clue on the likelihood that you may actually see a certain species of bird. As we progressed with the coding, we realized that there should be a differentiation in the coding for "common", such as less common, common and very common birds. However, this would require reliable quantative data, which for most states, are not revealed by the commission of bird records. We hope to provide those in the future. In the meantime, enjoy the current checklist of the birds of Syria.

 

BIRDS OF SYRIA

 

species

english

 

Alectoris chukar

Chukar

 

Columba livia

Rock Pigeon or Feral Pigeon

 

Streptopelia senegalensis

Laughing Dove

 

Streptopelia decaocto

Eurasian Collared-Dove

 

Chlamydotis undulata

Houbara Bustard

 

Fulica atra

Common Coot or Eurasian Coot or Coot

 

Pterocles alchata

Pin-tailed Sandgrouse

 

Gallinago gallinago

Common Snipe

 

Tringa totanus

Common Redshank

 

Tringa nebularia

Common Greenshank

 

Tringa ochropus

Green Sandpiper

 

Tringa hypoleucos

Common Sandpiper

 

Calidris minuta

Little Stint

 

Charadrius leschenaultii

Greater Sand Plover

 

Vanellus vanellus

Northern Lapwing

 

Cursorius cursor

Cream-colored Courser

 

Larus ridibundus

Common Black-headed Gull

 

Larus genei

Slender-billed Gull

 

Pandion haliaetus

Osprey

 

Milvus migrans

Black Kite

 

Neophron percnopterus

Egyptian Vulture

 

Buteo rufinus

Long-legged Buzzard

 

Aquila nipalensis

Steppe Eagle

 

Hieraaetus fasciatus

Bonelli's Eagle

 

Falco tinnunculus

Common or Eurasian Kestrel

 

Falco cherrug

Saker Falcon

 

Falco peregrinus

Peregrine Falcon

 

Falco pelegrinoides

Barbary Falcon

 

Tachybaptus ruficollis

Little Grebe

 

Egretta gularis

Western Reef-Egret

 

Petronia petronia

Rock Sparrow

 

Serinus pusillus

Fire-fronted Serin

 

Serinus serinus

European Serin

 

Rhodopechys sanguinea

Crimson-winged Finch

 

Rhodopechys mongolica

Mongolian Finch

 

Emberiza caesia

Cretzschmar's Bunting

 

 

Megapodius forstenii

Forsten's Megapode

 

Thank you for visiting Nature Worldwide on Syria. In this linked net of country pages you can find lists of birds, nature, mammals and national parks. Birds of Syria provides a checklist of the birds of Syria. It is a complete birdlist or bird list listing all the birds of Syria in ornithological taxonomic order. In Nature of Syria you can find nature related websites, like on birding, birdwatching, general ornithology, nature, nature conservation, national parks, protected areas, nature reserves, etc. In Mammals of Syria you can find the list of the mammals of Syria in taxonomic order. National parks, Nature reserves and Protected areas of Syria provides you with list of all the national parks and other protected areas of Syria.  Click on the following links for our web pages on Syria.

http://www.birdlist.org/syria.htm http://www.nature-worldwide.info/syria.htm

http://www.mammals-worldwide.info/syria.htm http://www.nationalparks-worldwide.info/syria.htm

 

 

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