Galliformes Family: Phasianidae
The Phasianidae are a group of earthly winged creatures which comprises of quails, partridges, snowcocks, francolins, spurfowls, tragopans, monals, birds, peafowls, and wilderness fowls. As a rule, they are full (in spite of the fact that they change in size) and have wide, generally short wings.
Red junglefowl, gallus (I) (A)
Ring-necked bird, direchit Phasianus colchicus (I)
Request: Phoenicopteriformes Family: Phoenicopteridae
Flamingos are gregarious swimming winged animals, typically 3 to 5 feet (0.9 to 1.5 m) tall, found in both the Western and Eastern Hemispheres. Flamingos channel feed on shellfish and green growth. Their strangely formed bills are exceptionally adjusted to isolate mud and sediment from the food they devour and, particularly, are utilized topsy turvy.
American flamingo, Phoenicopterus ruber
Request: Podicipediformes Family: Podicipedidae
Grebes are little to medium-enormous freshwater plunging winged creatures. They have lobed toes and are fantastic swimmers and jumpers. Be that as it may, they have their feet put far back on the body, making them very awkward ashore.
Least grebe, Tachybaptus dominicus
Pied-charged grebe, Podilymbus podiceps
Pigeons and birds
Request: Columbiformes Family: Columbidae
Pigeons and birds are heavy bodied winged animals with short necks and short slim bills with a plump cere.
Rock pigeon, Columba livia (I)
Layered naped pigeon, Patagioenas squamosa
White-delegated pigeon, Patagioenas leucocephala
Plain pigeon, Patagioenas inornata
Eurasian busted pigeon, Streptopelia decaocto (I)
Shared belief dove, Columbina passerina
Bronzed quail-dove, Geotrygon montana
White-fronted quail-dove, Geotrygon leucometopia (E-DR)
Key West quail-dove, Geotrygon chrysia
White-winged pigeon, Zenaida asiatica
Zenaida dove, Zenaida aurita
Grieving pigeon, Zenaida macroura
Cuckoos and anis
Request: Cuculiformes Family: Cuculidae
The family Cuculidae incorporates cuckoos, roadrunners, and anis. These winged creatures are of variable size with slim bodies, long tails, and solid legs.
Smooth-charged ani, Crotophaga ani
Yellow-charged cuckoo, Coccyzus americanus
Mangrove cuckoo, Coccyzus minor
Dark charged cuckoo, Coccyzus erythropthalmus (A)
Cove breasted cuckoo, Hyetornis rufigularis (E-H)
Hispaniolan reptile cuckoo, Saurothera longirostris (E-H)
Nightjars and partners
Request: Caprimulgiformes Family: Caprimulgidae
Nightjars are medium-sized nighttime flying creatures that typically home on the ground. They have long wings, short legs, and exceptionally short bills. Most have little feet, of little use for strolling, and since quite a while ago pointed wings. Their delicate plumage is covered to look like bark or leaves.
Regular nighthawk, Chordeiles minor
Antillean nighthawk, Chordeiles gundlachii
Least pauraque, Siphonorhis brewsteri (E-H)
Hurl will’s-widow, Antrostomus carolinensis
More prominent Antillean nightjar, Antrostomus cubanensis