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SWAZILAND'S BIODIVERSITY: Swaziland's Bird Checklist - Phasianidae - Francolins and quail

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188.  Coqui francolin (Francolinus coqui )
        Uncommon breeding resident in the middleveld, lowveld and Lubombos.
        (Mlawula)

189.  Crested francolin (Francolinus sephaena )
        Common breeding resident in the lowveld.
        (Mlawula)

191.  Shelley's francolin (Francolinus shelleyi )
        Common breeding resident in the middleveld, lowveld and Lubombos.
        (Malolotja, Mlawula)

192.  Redwing francolin (Francolinus levaillantii )
        Uncommon breeding resident in the highveld.
        (Malolotja)

196.  Natal francolin (Francolinus natalensis )
        Common breeding resident in the highveld, middleveld and Lubombos.
        (Malolotja, Mlawula)

198.  Rednecked francolin (Francolinus afer )
        Rare breeding resident in the highveld.

199.  Swainson's francolin (Francolinus swainsonii )
        Uncommon breeding resident in all regions.
        (Malolotja, Mlawula)

200.  Common quail (Coturnix coturnix )
        Uncommon breeding resident in all regions.
        (Malolotja, Mlawula)

201.  Harlequin quail (Coturnix delagorguei)
        Uncommon breeding resident in the middleveld and lowveld.
        (Mlawula)

202.  Blue quail (Coturnix adansonii)
        Recorded from Mbabane



Families:



Struthioniformes
Struthionidae - Ostrich

Podicipediformes
Podicipedidae - Grebes

Pelicaniformes
Pelicanidae - Pelicans

Pelecaniformes
Phalacrocoracidae - Cormorants
Anhingidae - Darters

Ciconiiformes
Ardeidae - Herons, egrets, bitterns
Scopidae - Hamerkop
Ciconiidae - Storks
Plataleidae - Ibises and spoonbills

Phoenicopteriformes
Phoenicopteridae - Flamingoes

Anseriformes
Anatidae - Ducks, geese, swans

Falconiformes
Sagittariidae - Secretarybird
Accipitridae - Eagles, hawks, buzzards, kites, vultures
Pandionidae - Osprey
Falconidae - Falcons and kestrels

Galliformes
Phasianidae - Francolins and quail
Numididae - Guineafowl

Gruiformes
Turnicidae - Buttonquails
Gruidae - Cranes
Rallidae - Rails, crakes, moorhens, coots, etc.
Heliornithidae - Finfoots
Otididae - Bustards and korhaans

Charadriiformes
Jacanidae - Jacanas
Rostratulidae - Painted Snipe
Charardriidae - Plovers
Scolopacidae - Sandpipers, stints, snipes, etc.
Burhinidae - Dikkops
Glareolidae - Coursers and pratincoles
Laridae - Skuas, gulls, terns

Columbiformes
Columbidae - Pigeons and doves

Psittaciformes
Psittacidae - Parrots, cockatoos, etc.

Musophagiformes
Musophagidae - Louries

Cuculiformes
Cuculidae - Cuckoos and coucals

Strigiformes
Tytonidae - Barn and grass owls
Strigidae - Typical Owls

Caprimulgiformes
Caprimulgidae - Nightjars

Apodiformes
Apodidae - Swifts

Coliiformes
Coliidae - Mousebirds

Trogoniformes
Trogonidae - Trogons

Alcediniformes
Alcedinidae - Kingfishers
Meropidae - Bee-eaters

Coraciiformes
Coraciidae - Rollers
Upupidae - Hoopoe
Phoeniculidae - Woodhoopoes
Bucerotidae - Hornbills

Piciformes
Capitonidae - Barbets
Indicatoridae - Honeyguides
Picidae - Woodpeckers
Jyngidae - Wrynecks

Passeriformes
Eurylaimidae - Broadbills
Alaudidae - Larks
Hirundinidae - Swallows and martins
Campephagidae - Cuckooshrikes
Dicruridae - Drongos
Oriolidae - Old-World Orioles
Corvidae - Crows and ravens
Paridae - Tits
Timaliidae - Babblers
Pycnonotidae - Bulbuls
Turdidae - Thrushes, chats, robins
Sylviidae - Warblers, apalises, cisticolas, etc.
Muscicapidae - Flycatchers and batises
Motacillidae - Wagtails, pipits and longclaws
Laniidae - Shrikes
Malaconotidae - Bush shrikes
Prionopidae - Helmetshrikes
Sturnidae - Starlings and mynas
Buphagidae - Oxpeckers
Promeropidae - Sugarbirds
Nectariniidae - Sunbirds
Zosteropidae - White-eyes
Ploceidae - Sparrows, weavers, bishops, widows, queleas
Estrildidae - Waxbills, mannikins, twinspots, firefinches, etc.
Viduidae - Whydahs and widowfinches
Fringillidae - Canaries and buntings

Swaziland Bird Checklist




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