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1. cotinga
2. kingbird
3. chatterer
4. tyrannus tyrannus
5. pewee
6. phoebe
7. firebird
8. scissortail
9. muscivora-forficata
10. peewit
11. pewit
12. contopus virens
13. peewee
14. phoebe bird
15. pyrocephalus rubinus mexicanus
16. sayornis phoebe
17. scissortailed flycatcher
18. vermillion flycatcher
19. wood pewee
20. flycatcher
21. hoopoe
22. quail
23. turkey
24. woodcock
25. barbet
26. sandgrouse
27. crane
28. snipe
29. partridge
30. trogon
31. oriole
32. ibis
33. jay
34. ruff
35. rook
36. weaverbird
37. pigeon
38. warbler
39. roller
40. pratincole
41. wagtail
42. sand grouse
43. gallinule
44. bee eater
45. corvus frugilegus
46. redshank
47. flatbill
48. pheasant
49. guinea fowl
50. pileus
51. fantail
52. guinea
53. numida meleagris
54. scissorstail
55. tringa totanus
56. wryneck
57. love
58. genus tyrannus
59. tyrannus
60. superfamily tyrannidae
61. tyrannidae
62. duck
63. stork
64. bustard
65. canary
66. courser
67. halcyon
68. tanager
69. starling
70. kingfisher
71. nutcracker
72. swift
73. hornbill
74. flight
75. shrike
76. sparrow
77. rail
78. grackle
79. bee-eater
80. buzzard
81. tyrannicide
82. button quail
83. broadbill
84. tit
85. blackbird
86. redbreast
87. ant thrush
88. hoopoo
89. little owl
90. moorhen
91. stone curlew
92. burhinus oedicnemus
93. genus icteria
94. genus porphyrio
95. genus saxicola
96. glareole
97. icteria
98. porphyrio
99. saxicola
100. thick-knee

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