Birds

We work with at Durrell Wildlife Park or 'In the field'

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Madagascar teal

Anas bernieri

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Mauritius kestrel

Falco punctatus

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Montserrat oriole

Icterus oberi

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St Lucia parrot

Amazona versicolor

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Blue-crowned laughing thrush

Dryonastes courtoisi

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Echo parakeet

Psittacula eques

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Vietnamese pheasant

Lophura hatinhensis

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Black-winged stilt

Himantopus himantopus

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Chilean flamingo

Phoenicopterus chilensis

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Meller's duck

Anas melleri

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Northern bald ibis

Geronticus eremita

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Blue crane

Anthropoides paradiseus

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Mauritius olive white-eye

Zosterops chloronothus

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Sunda wrinkled hornbill

Aceros corrugatus

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Nicobar pigeon

Caloenas nicobarica

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Red-breasted goose

Branta ruficollis

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Palawan peacock-pheasant

Polyplectron napoleonis

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Bali starling

Leucopsar rothschildi

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Grey crowned crane

Balearica regulorum

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White-naped crane

Grus vipio

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Mangrove finch

Camarhynchus heliobates

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Mindanao bleeding-heart dove

Gallicolumba crinigera

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Madagascar pochard

Aythya innotata

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Floreana mockingbird

Mimus trifasciatus

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Red-billed Chough

Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax

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Hamerkop

Scopus umbretta

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