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99 Birds

Type in as many birds as you can think of. The last two are Mythological.
Quiz by servo5
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First submittedApril 29, 2014
Last updatedSeptember 22, 2015
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Answer
Ostrich
Rhea
Cassowary
Kiwi
Duck
Goose
Swan
Screamer
Pheasant
Quail
Guineafowl
Grebe
Flamingo
Pigeon
Dove
Pelican
Darter
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Booby
Cormorant
Gannet
Frigatebird
Oilbird
Frogmouth
Egret
Nightjar
Hummingbird
Swift
Cuckoo
Roadrunner
Crane
Emu
Loon
Penguin
Albatross
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Petrel
Stork
Heron
Shoebill
Spoonbill
Ibis
Sandpiper
Jacana
Nightingale
Plover
Macaw
Cockatiel
Parakeet
Gull
Puffin
Auk
Tern
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Sparrow
Oystercatcher
Lapwing
Vulture
Osprey
Hawk
Eagle
Buzzard
Kite
Falcon
Secretarybird
Owl
Kestrel
Hornbill
Toucan
Woodpecker
Kingfisher
Answer
Kakapo
Cockatoo
Parrot
Wren
Lark
Swallow
Martin
Mockingbird
Warbler
Thrush
Robin
Chickadee
Nuthatch
Shrike
Bluebird
Oriole
Jay
Answer
Crow
Raven
Rook
Magpie
Cardinal
Finch
Canary
Blackbird
Bunting
Turkey
Peacock
Chicken
Phoenix
Roc
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level 28
Apr 30, 2014
You could add Emu!
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level 20
Apr 30, 2014
Great suggestion!!! I actually changed it so that I took out four uncommonly known birds and added some more commonly known ones. There are still some great obscure ones in there for those Birders out there!
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level 34
Jul 7, 2014
Why no sparrow?
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level 20
Jul 7, 2014
I put sparrow in and actually completely changed the quiz. Sorry I'm still learning :(
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level 66
May 18, 2015
Excellent range there ^.^ Some I'd recommend adding: crake, ruff, bittern, chough, bantam, shearwater, crossbill, treecreeper, lovebird, chat (as in stonechat, whinchat, etc.), merlin, hobby, harrier, swallow, flycatcher, wagtail, pipit, and egret ^_^
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level 20
May 22, 2015
All the ones you mention are all excellent suggestions but mostly obscure and when you only have 99 birds as answers, you have to narrow them down. To keep the quiz enjoyable for the general public I tried to go with more commonly known birds with only a few obscure ones. Swallow IS one of the answers though!!
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level 76
Sep 21, 2015
Nightingale not nightengale. And what about the tits? There are so many species and they are so common that it seems strange to have kakapos but not them.
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level 20
Sep 22, 2015
Nightengale has been changed to nightingale and your other suggestion i'm not entertaining for, I think, obvious reasons
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level 28
Apr 22, 2016
'Bluebird' isn't a species, you probably mean 'blue tit'?
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level 20
Apr 26, 2016
"Bluebirds" are indeed a species. Scientific names of Sialia sialis, Sialia mexicana, and Sialia currucoides refer to the Eastern Bluebird, Western Bluebird and Mountain Bluebird consecutively