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The country icon for Birds of Thailand at Sibagu is nok, the orthographic form of the Thai word for bird, nók. It consists of the letters (n) and (k). There is no explicit indication of the vowel 'o' or the tone (high), but these are understood from Thai phonological and orthographical rules. The Thai alphabet is derived from the Old Khmer alphabet, which was in turn derived from the Vattelatu alphabet, a Southern Brahmic alphabet of India.


(List is based on Howard and Moore 2003hm3)

       
  NON-PASSERINES  
hm4 Families Subfamilies Description in English  
  ANSERIFORMES  
hm4 Anatidae subfamilyDendrocygninae
subfamilyAnserinae
subfamilyAnatinae
subfamilyGenera Incertae Sedis
Ducks, geese, swans  
  GALLIFORMES
hm4 Phasianidae subfamilyRollulinae
subfamilyPhasianinae
Partridges, pheasants, grouse  
  PHOENICOPTERIFORMES  
hm4 Podicipedidae   Grebes  
  COLUMBIFORMES  
hm4 Columbidae subfamilyColumbinae
subfamilyRaphinae
Pigeons  
  PHAETHONTIFORMES  
hm4 Phaethontidae   Tropicbirds  
  CAPRIMULGIFORMES  
hm4 Podargidae   Frogmouths  
hm4 Caprimulgidae subfamilyEurostopodinae
subfamilyCaprimulginae
Nightjars  
hm4 Apodidae subfamilyHemiprocninae
subfamilyApodinae
Swifts  
  CUCULIFORMES  
hm4 Cuculidae subfamilyCentropodinae
subfamilyCuculinae
Cuckoos  
  GRUIFORMES  
hm4 Rallidae subfamilyRallinae Rails and coots  
hm4 Heliornithidae   Finfoots  
hm4 Gruidae subfamilyGruinae Cranes  
  PROCELLARIIFORMES  
hm4 Hydrobatidae   Northern storm-petrels  
hm4 Procellariidae   Petrels, shearwaters  
  PELECANIFORMES  
hm4 Ciconiidae   Storks  
hm4 Pelecanidae   Pelicans  
hm4 Ardeidae   Herons, bitterns, and egrets  
hm4 Threskiornithidae   Ibises and spoonbills  
hm4 Fregatidae   Frigatebirds  
hm4 Sulidae   Gannets, boobies  
hm4 Phalacrocoracidae   Cormorants  
hm4 Anhingidae   Anhingas  
  CHARADRIIFORMES  
hm4 Burhinidae   Stone curlews/Thick-knees  
hm4 Recurvirostridae subfamilyRecurvirostrinae
subfamilyHimantopodinae
Stilts, avocets  
hm4 Charadriidae subfamilyPluvialinae
subfamilyCharadriinae
subfamilyVanellinae
Plovers  
hm4 Rostratulidae   Painted-snipe  
hm4 Jacanidae   Jacanas  
hm4 Scolopacidae subfamilyNumeniinae
subfamilyLimosinae
subfamilyCalidrinae
subfamilyScolopacinae
subfamilyTringinae
Sandpipers, snipe  
hm4 Turnicidae   Buttonquails  
hm4 Dromadidae   Crab plover  
hm4 Glareolidae subfamilyGlareolinae Pratincoles  
hm4 Stercorariidae   Skuas or jaegers  
hm4 Laridae subfamilyAnoinae
subfamilyRynchopinae
subfamilyLarinae
subfamilySterninae
Gulls, terns  
  ACCIPITRIFORMES  
hm4 Pandionidae   Osprey  
hm4 Accipitridae subfamilyElaninae
subfamilyGypaetinae
subfamilyAccipitrinae
Kites, hawks, and eagles  
  STRIGIFORMES  
hm4 Tytonidae subfamilyPhodilinae
subfamilyTytoninae
Barn owls  
hm4 Strigidae subfamilyIeraglaucinae
subfamilySurniinae
subfamilyStriginae
Owls  
  TROGONIFORMES  
hm4 Trogonidae   Trogons  
  BUCEROTIFORMES  
hm4 Bucerotidae   Typical hornbills  
hm4 Upupidae   Hoopoes  
  PICIFORMES  
hm4 Indicatoridae   Honeyguides  
hm4 Picidae subfamilyJynginae
subfamilyPicumninae
subfamilyPicinae
Woodpeckers  
hm4 Ramphastidae subfamilyMegalaiminae
subfamilyCaloramphinae
Toucans and barbets  
  CORACIIFORMES  
hm4 Meropidae   Bee-eaters  
hm4 Coraciidae   Rollers  
hm4 Alcedinidae subfamilyAlcedininae
subfamilyCerylinae
subfamilyHalcyoninae
Kingfishers  
  FALCONIFORMES  
hm4 Falconidae subfamilyFalconinae Falcons  
  PSITTACIFORMES  
hm4 Psittaculidae subfamilyPsittaculinae
subfamilyLoriinae
Parrots  
       
  PASSERINES  
hm3 Families Subfamilies Description in English  
hm3 Eurylaimidae subfamilyCalyptomeninae
subfamilyEurylaiminae
Broadbills  
hm3 Pittidae   Pittas  
hm3 Acanthizidae   Thornbills, gerygones  
hm3 Eupetidae   Rail-babblers  
hm3 Genera incertae sedis (Tephrodornis, Philentoma) Woodshrikes and philentoma  
hm3 Artamidae   Woodswallows  
hm3 Aegithinidae   Ioras  
hm3 Campephagidae   Cuckoo-shrikes  
hm3 Pachycephalidae   Whistlers  
hm3 Laniidae   Shrikes  
hm3 Oriolidae   Orioles and figbirds  
hm3 Dicruridae   Drongos  
hm3 Rhipiduridae   Fantails  
hm3 Monarchidae   Monarchs  
hm3 Corvidae   Crows, jays  
hm3 Paridae   Tits, chickadees  
hm3 Remizidae   Penduline tits  
hm3 Hirundinidae subfamilyPseudochelidoninae
subfamilyHirundininae
Swallows, martins  
hm3 Aegithalidae   Long-tailed tits  
hm3 Alaudidae   Larks  
hm3 Cisticolidae   Cisticolas and allies  
hm3 Genera incertae sedis (Orthotomus) Tailorbirds  
hm3 Pycnonotidae   Bulbuls  
hm3 Sylviidae subfamilyMegalurinae
subfamilyAcrocephalinae
subfamilyPhylloscopinae
Old World warblers  
hm3 Timaliidae   Babblers and parrotbills  
hm3 Zosteropidae   White-eyes  
hm3 Irenidae   Fairy-bluebirds  
hm3 Sittidae subfamilySittinae Nuthatches and wallcreeper  
hm3 Certhiidae subfamilyCerthiinae Treecreepers  
hm3 Sturnidae subfamilySturninae Starlings  
hm3 Turdidae   Thrushes  
hm3 Muscicapidae subfamilySaxicolinae
subfamilyMuscicapinae
Chats and Old World flycatchers  
hm3 Cinclidae   Dippers  
hm3 Chloropseidae   Leafbirds  
hm3 Dicaeidae   Flowerpeckers  
hm3 Nectariniidae   Sun birds  
hm3 Passeridae   Sparrows, snowfinches, and allies  
hm3 Ploceidae subfamilyPloceinae Weavers  
hm3 Estrildidae subfamilyEstrildinae
subfamilyLonchurinae
Waxbills, grass finches, munias, and allies  
hm3 Motacillidae   Wagtails, pipits  
hm3 Fringillidae subfamilyFringillinae
subfamilyCarduelinae
Finches  
hm3 Emberizidae subfamilyEmberizinae
Buntings, American sparrows, and allies  

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