200+ Most Adorable Birds in the World

How many birds are on the planet? List of all birds? List of Aves! Topify list provide it here. We'd previously listed 50 sort of amphibians here, about 75 sort of Reptiles some 200+ mammalian animals, while we tried to see to some to their characteristics. If that wasn't enough, Topify did as much to get you familiar with 199 Dog Breeds you probably don't know if their existence (see also our list of 313 top strange animals).
Naturally, living world may drive our curiosity, and perhaps also explain our seemingly insatiable desire for information about animals and nature itself. Noted zoologist, E.O. Wilson, perhaps coined the term “biophilia” to describe this phenomenon. The term which is derived from the Greek bios meaning “life” and philos meaning “love.” Wilson argues that we are human because of our innate affinity to and interest in the other organisms with which we share our planet.
Earth is teeming with life. No one knows exactly how many distinct organisms inhabit our planet, but more than 5 million different species of animals and plants could exist, ranging from microscopic algae and bacteria to gigantic elephants, redwood trees and blue whales.
Living organisms had and are facing extinction. However, the loss of animals species in this generation is thousands times the normal primitive extinction rate.
However, whether we could submit that number of species of animals on the planet or not, we could actually mention some we observe and recognize their existence. Below we'd collected a compendium of different kinds of birds. Though, note that under each of the following there lies some other species ranging from distribution and habitats -breeding of several kinds. We can safely conclude that the followings are family of birds.

List of Birds

  1. Tinamous
  2. Rheas
  3. Cassowaries
  4. Emus
  5. Kiwis
  6. Moas
  7. Ostriches
  8. Elephant birds
  9. Albatrosses
  10. Shearwaters
  11. Petrels
  12. Fulmars
  13. Storm-petrels
  14. Diving-petrels
  15. Penguins
  16. Loons
  17. Grebes
  18. Tropicbirds
  19. Frigatebirds
  20. Cormorants
  21. Anhingas
  22. Boobies
  23. Gannets
  24. Pelicans
  25. Herons
  26. Bitterns
  27. Hammerheads
  28. Storks
  29. New World vultures
  30. Shoebills
  31. Ibises
  32. Spoonbills
  33. Flamingos
  34. Hawks
  35. Eagles
  36. Secretary birds
  37. Falcons
  38. Caracaras
  39. Ducks
  40. Geese
  41. Swans
  42. Moundbuilders
  43. Curassows
  44. Guans
  45. Chachalacas
  46. Guineafowl
  47. Fowls
  48. Pheasants
  49. New World Quails
  50. Hoatzins
  51. Mesites
  52. Roatelos
  53. Buttonquails
  54. Cranes
  55. Limpkins
  56. Kagus
  57. Rails
  58. Coots
  59. Moorhens
  60. Sungrebes
  61. Sunbitterns
  62. Trumpeters
  63. Seriemas
  64. Bustards
  65. Jacanas
  66. Painted snipes
  67. Crab plovers
  68. Oystercatchers
  69. Stilts
  70. Avocets
  71. Thick-knees
  72. Pratincoles
  73. Coursers
  74. Plovers
  75. Lapwings
  76. Sandpipers
  77. Seedsnipes
  78. Sheathbills
  79. Gulls
  80. Terns
  81. Auks
  82. Puffins
  83. Murres
  84. Sandgrouse
  85. Pigeons
  86. Doves
  87. Dodos
  88. Solitaires
  89. Parrots
  90. Cuckoos
  91. Anis
  92. Roadrunners
  93. Barn owls
  94. Owls
  95. Oilbirds
  96. Frogmouths
  97. Owlet-nightjars
  98. Potoos
  99. Nightjars
  100. Swifts
  101. Tree swifts
  102. Hummingbirds
  103. Mousebirds
  104. Trogons
  105. Kingfishers
  106. Todies
  107. Motmots
  108. Bee-eaters
  109. Rollers
  110. Hoopoes
  111. Woodhoopoes
  112. Hornbills
  113. Jacamars
  114. Puffbirds
  115. Barbets
  116. Toucans
  117. Honeyguides
  118. Woodpeckers
  119. Wrynecks
  120. Piculets
  121. Broadbills
  122. False sunbirds
  123. Asities
  124. Pittas
  125. New Zealand wrens
  126. Ovenbirds
  127. Woodcreepers
  128. Ant thrushes
  129. Tapaculos
  130. Tyrant flycatchers
  131. Sharpbills
  132. Manakins
  133. Cotingas
  134. Plantcutters
  135. Lyrebirds
  136. Scrub-birds
  137. Larks
  138. Swallows
  139. Pipits
  140. Wagtails
  141. Cuckoo-shrikes
  142. Bulbuls
  143. Fairy bluebirds
  144. Leafbirds
  145. Shrikes
  146. Vanga shrikes
  147. Waxwings
  148. Silky flycatchers
  149. Palmchats
  150. Hedge sparrows
  151. Thrashers
  152. Mockingbirds
  153. Dippers
  154. Thrushes
  155. Chats
  156. Babblers
  157. Wrens
  158. Old World warblers
  159. Old World flycatchers
  160. Australian fairy-wrens
  161. Australian warblers
  162. Australian chats
  163. Logrunners
  164. Chowchillas
  165. Quail thrushes
  166. Whipbirds
  167. Fantails
  168. Monarch flycatchers
  169. Australian robins
  170. Whistlers
  171. Pseudo babblers
  172. Australian creepers
  173. Long-tailed titmice
  174. Penduline titmice
  175. Titmice
  176. Chickadees
  177. Nuthatches
  178. Wall creepers
  179. Treecreepers
  180. Philippine creepers
  181. Flowerpeckers
  182. Pardalotes
  183. Sunbirds
  184. White-eyes
  185. Australian honeyeaters
  186. Vireos
  187. Peppershrikes
  188. New World finches
  189. New World warblers
  190. New World blackbirds
  191. Finches
  192. Hawaiian honeycreepers
  193. Waxbills
  194. Grassfinches
  195. Weavers
  196. Sparrows
  197. Starlings
  198. Mynas
  199. Old World Orioles
  200. Figbirds
  201. Drongos
  202. New Zealand wattle birds
  203. Mudnest builders
  204. Woodswallows
  205. Magpie-shrikes
  206. Bowerbirds
  207. Birds of paradise
  208. Crows and jays
Note: There are several species under each of the above listed animals. You can see all are in plurals.

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