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Glossário de Ornitologia Português-Inglês com nomes científicos e populares.


ABACAÍ

  • ABACAÍS


variety of cockatoo [any bird of the genus Cacatua, esp. Cacatua haematuropygia, also called CALANGUÉ]


ABADAVINA

  • ABADAVINAS


a. siski n[Carduelis Spinus]; b. redpoll [Carduelis Flammea or Carduelis Hornemanni; also called TENTILHÃO]


ABELHEIRO

  • ABELHEIROS


bee eater [of the family Meropidae]


ABETARDA

  • ABETARDAS


bustard [of the family Otididae]


ABETOURO

  • ABETOUROS


bittern [of the heron family]


ABIBE

  • ABIBES


lapwing [Vanellus Vanellus], pewit


ABUTRE

  • ABUTRES


vulture [see also URUBU]


ACÍPITRE

  • ACÍPITRES


accipiter


AGAMI

  • AGAMIS


trumpeter; trumpeter swan


ALBATROZ

  • ALBATROZES


albatross, gooney bird


ALBIDÍPENE

  • ALBIDÍPENES


adj. (Ornith.) whitefeathered


ALBIVENTRE

  • ALBIVENTRES


adj. (Ornith.) whitebreasted


ALCA

  • ALCAS


a. auk [any of several diving birds of the family Alcidae, also called TORDA-MERGULHADEIRA]; b. great auk [Pinguinus impennis; extinct since 1844]; razor-billed auk


ALCATRAZ

  • ALCATRAZES


a. albatross [of the family Diomedeidae], gooney bird; b. frigate bird [also called man-o'-war, of the family Fregatidae]


ALCIÃO

  • ALCIÕES


kingfisher [of the family Alcedinidae]


ALCÍONE

  • ALCÍONES


kingfisher


ALFAIATE

  • ALFAIATES


[see TIZIU]


ALMA-DE-GATO

  • ALMA
  • ALMAS


[Brazil] kind of cuckoo [Piaya cayana macroura, also called PIÁ, def. 2]


ALQUEIMÃO

  • ALQUEIMÕES


gallinule [any of several aquatic rails of the genera Porphyrio, Porphyrula and Gallinula, esp. Porphyrio porphyrio, also called CAMAU]


AMARGOSA

  • AMARGOSAS


variety of morning dove (Zenaida auriculata)


ANA-VELHA

  • ANA
  • ANAS


[see SOCOZINHO]


ANDORINHA

  • ANDORINHAS


a. swallow [birds of the family Hirundinidae]; b. martin [swallows having a wedge-shaped or notched tail]

a. norte-americana » barn swallow [Hirundo rustica]


ARAPONGA

  • ARAPONGAS


bell-bird [Anthornis melanura]


ARARA

  • ARARAS


macaw, parrot [any of various long-tailed parrots of the genera Ara and Anodorhynchus]


ARARA-DE-BARRIGA-AMARELA

  • ARARA
  • ARARAS


macaw [any kind of long-tailed parrot of the genera Ara or Anodorhynchus, esp. Ara ararauna, also called CANINDÉ]


ASA-BRANCA

  • ASA
  • ASAS


kind of pigeon [Columba picazuro]


ASSOBIADEIRA

  • ASSOBIADEIRAS


[see IRERÊ]


AVIFAUNA

  • AVIFAUNAS


n. (Ornith., Environ.) avifauna


AVOANTE
variety of mourning dove [esp. Zenaida auriculata and Zenaida macroura, also called CARDIGUEIRA]


AVOCETA

  • AVOCETAS


avocet [shorebirds belonging to the genus Recurvirostra]


AZULÃO

  • AZULÕES


a. any of various bluebirds; b. [esp. BzP] kind of cowbird; c. [esp. BzP] indigo bunting [bird of the genus Emberiza]; d. [esp. BzP] kind of tanager [birds of the Emberizidae family, see TIÉ-PRETO]


AÇANÃ

  • AÇANÃS


crake; shortbilled rail


AÇOR

  • AÇORES


goshawk [Accipiter gentilis]


BATUÍRA
[see CARÁDRIO]


BEIJA-FLOR

  • BEIJA-FLORES


humming-bird [bird of the family Trochilidae; the same as COLIBRI]


BEM-TE-VI

  • BEM-TE-VIS


[esp. BzP] an insectivorous bird of the flycatcher family [Pitangus sulphuratus]


BEM-TE-VI-CARRAPATEIRO

  • BEM-TE-VI
  • BEM-TE-VIS


[see BEM-TE-VI-DO-GADO]


BEM-TE-VI-DO-GADO

  • BEM-TE-VI
  • BEM-TE-VIS


a passarine bird of the genus Tyrannidae [Machetornis rixosa]


BICO-DE-LACRE
variety of passerine bird [Estrilda astrid]


BICUDO

  • BICUDOS


a. three-toed jacamar [Oryzoborus maximiliani]; b. several birds of the finch family


BIGUATINGA

  • BIGUATINGAS


anhinga [Anhinga anhinga], snakebird, water turkey [also called CARARÁ]


BIGUÁ

  • BIGUÁS


kind of cormorant [esp. Phalacrocorax brasilianus]


BOIEIRA

  • BOIEIRAS


wagtail, pipit, titlark [esp. Fluvicola climazura]


BREJAL

  • BREJAIS


variety of tanager [Sporophila albogularis]


BRITA-OSSOS
lammergeier, lammergeyer [Gypaetus barbatus, also called XOFRANGO, XOFRANGO-BRITA-OSSOS]


BUFO-REAL

  • BUFOS-REAIS


eagle owl [Bubo bubo]


BUSARDO

  • BUSARDOS


buzzard [Buteo buteo]


CABEÇA-DE-MARTELO

  • CABEÇAS-DE-MARTELO


hammerhead, hammerkop [Scopus umbretta]


CABEÇA-DE-PEDRA

  • CABEÇAS-DE-PEDRA


[see CABEÇA-SECA]


CABEÇA-ENCARNADA

  • CABEÇAS-ENCARNADAS


variety of manakin [passerine bird of the family Pipridae, esp. Pipra rubrocapilla]


CABEÇA-SECA

  • CABEÇAS-SECAS


wood stork [Mycteria americana, also called CABEÇA-DE-PEDRA]


CABURÉ-DE-ORELHA

  • CABURÉ
  • CABURÉS


[see CORUJINHA-DO-MATO]


CACATUA

  • CACATUAS


cockatoo [any of several crested parrots of the genus Cacatua]


CACAUÉ

  • CACAUÉS


[see JANDAIA]


CACICO

  • CACICOS


cacique [any of various blackbirds of the genus Cacicus]


CAIRINA

  • CAIRINAS


[see PATO-DO-MATO]


CALANGUÉ

  • CALANGUÉS


[see ABACAÍ]


CALHANDRA

  • CALHANDRAS


a. [see COTOVIA]; b. lark [Melanocorypha calandra]


CAMATANGA

  • CAMATANGAS


a. [see CHAUÁ]; b. [see PAPAGAIO-VERDADEIRO]


CAMAU

  • CAMAUS


[see ALQUEIMÃO]


CAMBACICA

  • CAMBACICAS


[see SEBINHO]


CAMBAXIRRA

  • CAMBAXIRRAS
  • CAMAXILRA
  • CAMAXIRRA
  • CAMAXILRAS
  • CAMAXIRRAS


wren [Troglodytes aedon]


CAMBAXIRRA-GRANDE

  • CAMBAXIRRA
  • CAMBAXIRRAS


[see GARRINCHÃO-DE-BICO-GRANDE]


CAMIRANGA

  • CAMIRANGAS


[see URUBU-DE-CABEÇA-VERMELHA]


CANINDÉ

  • CANINDÉS


[see ARARA-DE-BARRIGA-AMARELA]


CANÁRIA

  • CANÁRIAS


female canary


CANÁRIO

  • CANÁRIOS


canary [Serimus Canaria]


CANÁRIO-DA-TERRA

  • CANÁRIO
  • CANÁRIOS


kind of finch [Sicalis flaveola brasiliensis and S. f. pelzelni]


CANÁRIO-DO-CAMPO

  • CANÁRIO
  • CANÁRIOS


kind of passarine birds of east-southern and center-western Brazil [esp. Emberizoides herbicola]


CANÁRIO-PARDO

  • CANÁRIO
  • CANÁRIOS


[see TICO-TICO-DO-CAMPO]


CAPITÃO-DO-MATO

  • CAPITÃO
  • CAPITÃES


barbet [any of numerous birds of the family Capitonidae]


CAPOTE

  • CAPOTES


[see GALINHA-D’ANGOLA]


CARA-SUJA

  • CARA-SUJAS


[see SAÍRA-AMARELA]


CARACARÁ

  • CARACARÁS


caracara [any of several birds of prey of the falcon family, esp. Caracara plancus, also called CARANCHO]


CARARÁ

  • CARARÁS


[see BIGUATINGA]


CARAÚNA

  • CARAÚNAS


migratory bird, Plegadis chihi, found in southern America swamps, including the southern and eastern Brazil


CARCARÁ
caracara [any of several birds of prey of the falcon family, esp. Caracara plancus]


CARDEAL

  • CARDEAIS


cardinal [Cardinalis cardinalis], redbird [esp. scarlet tanager - Piranga olivacea]


CARDIGUEIRA

  • CARDIGUEIRAS


[see AVOANTE]


CARIPIRA

  • CARIPIRAS


[see GAVIÃO-CARIPIRA]


CARQUEJA

  • CARQUEJAS


variety of coot [any aquatic rail of the genus Fulica]


CARQUEJA-DO-BICO-MANCHADO

  • CARQUEJA
  • CARQUEJAS


a common species of coot [Fulica armillata], found in swamps, lakes and dams, from Patagonia and Chile to southern Brazil]


CARRIÇA

  • CARRIÇAS


a. [see CAMBAXIRRA]; b. any flycatchers of the families Acanthisittidae and Troglodytidae, esp. Troglodytes troglodytes]


CARTAXO

  • CARTAXOS


stonechat [Saxicola rubetra and S. torquata]


CARÁDRIO

  • CARÁDRIOS


variety of piping plover [Charadrius melodus] or killdeer [Charadrius vociferus] also called MAÇARICO or BATUÍRA


CASACA-DE-COURO

  • CASACA
  • CASACAS


[see GARIBÁLDI]


CASUAR

  • CASUARES


cassowary [any flightless birds of the family Casuariidae]


CATATUA

  • CATATUAS


[see CACATUA]


CATRAIA

  • CATRAIAS


variety of summer flounder


CATURRITA-DOS-CÁCTUS

  • CATURRITA
  • CATURRITAS


[see PERIQUITO-DA-CAATINGA]


CAUANÃ

  • CAUANÃS


[see MAGUARI]


CEDOVÉM

  • CEDOVÉNS


[see CHAPIM]


CEGONHA

  • CEGONHAS


a. stork, white stork [birds of the family Ciconiidae, esp. Ciconia ciconia]; b. [see MAGUARI]


CHABÓ

  • CHABÓS


a. [see ANDORINHÃO-DE-COLEIRA]; b. [see ANDORINHA-DO-CAMPO]


CHALRETA

  • CHALRETAS


[see FUSELO]


CHANCHÃ

  • CHANCHÃS


any of several American woodpeckers of the genus Colaptes [esp. Colaptes campestris] [see also PICA-PAU-DO CAMPO]


CHAPALHETE

  • CHAPALHETES
  • CHAPALHETA
  • CHAPALHETAS


a common gull [Larus ridibundus] of the Northern Hemisphere


CHAPIM

  • CHAPINS


variety of chickadee [any of various birds of the genus Parus, of the titimouse family, esp. Parus major, also called CEDOVÉM];


CHARÃ

  • CHARÃS


[see PAPAGAIO-DA-SERRA]


CHARÃO

  • CHARÕES


[see CHARÃ]


CHASCO

  • CHASCOS


(Ornith.) a. [see CARTAXO]; b. wheatear [Oenanthe oenanthe]


CHAUÁ

  • CHAUÁS


variety of Amazon parrot [esp. Amazona rhodocorytha, also called CAMATANGA]


CHEGA-E-VIRA

  • CHEGA-E-VIRAS


[see IRERÊ]


CHIQUEIRA

  • CHIQUEIRAS


[see QUERO-QUERO]


CHUPA-DENTE-DE-COROA-VERMELHA

  • CHUPA-DENTE
  • CHUPA-DENTES


[see CUSPIDOR]


CHUPA-DENTE-DE-MÁSCARA-PRETA

  • CHUPA-DENTE
  • CHUPA-DENTES


[see CUSPIDOR]


CODORNA

  • CODORNAS


quail [a. any gallinaceous birds of the subfamily Odontophorinae, of the pheasant family; b. any similar gallinaceous birds of the genus Coturnix]]; b. bobwhite [Colinus virginianus]; c. tinamou [partridgelike terrestrial birds comprising the order Tinamiformes]


CODORNIZ

  • CODORNIZES


n. [see CODORNA, subitem b.]


COLIBRI

  • COLIBRIS


[see BEIJA-FLOR]


CORUJA

  • CORUJAS


owl [nocturnal birds of prey comprising the orders Strigformes];


CORUJINHA

  • CORUJINHAS


[see CUSPIDOR, def. 2]


CORUJINHA-DO-MATO

  • CORUJINHA
  • CORUJINHAS


screech owl [any of several owls of the genus Otus, esp. Otus choliba and Otus asio, also called CABURÉ-DE-ORELHA]


CORVO

  • CORVOS


a. crow [birds of the genus Corvus, of the family Corvidae]; b. raven [Corvus corax]


CORVO-MARINHO

  • CORVO
  • CORVOS


[see BIGUÁ]


COTOVIA
a. skylark [Alauda Arvensis, also called CALHANDRA]; b. meadowlark [songbirds of the genus Sturnella]; c. titlark [any larklike birds, esp. a pipit]


CURIANGO

  • CURIANGOS


goatsucker [any of the birds belonging to the family Caprimulgidae, esp. Nyctidromus albicollis, which also includes such birds as nightjars, and nighthawks]


CURRALEIRO

  • CURRALEIROS


[see PAPAGAIO-DE-PEITO-ROXO]


CUSPIDOR

  • CUSPIDORES


ant thrush [Conopophaga melanops, also called CHUPA-DENTE-DE-MÁSCARA-PRETA]


ESPANTA-BOIADA

  • ESPANTA-BOIADAS


[see QUERO-QUERO]


FAISÃO

  • FAISÕES


a. pheasant [gallinaceous bird of the family Phasianidae]; b. ruffed grouse [Bonasa umbellus]


FALCÃO

  • FALCÕES


a. falcon [birds of prey of the family Falconidae]; b. hawk [birds of prey of the family Accipitridae]



FALCÃO REAL

  • FALCÃO
  • FALCÕES


peregrine falcon [Falco peregrinus]


FERREIRINHA ALBINA

  • FERREIRINHA
  • FERREIRINHAS


alpine accentor [Prunella collaris]


FERRÃO

  • FERRÕES


[see JAÇANÃ]


FLAMENGO

  • FLAMENGOS


[see FLAMINGO]


FLAMINGO

  • FLAMINGOS


flamingo [wading birds comprising the family Phoenicopteridae, esp. Guara rubra, also called FLAMENGO, GUARÁ]


FOGO-APAGOU
scaly ground dove [Scardafella squamata]


FRANGO D'ÁGUA

  • FRANGO
  • FRANGOS


a. marsh hen [any of numerous birds of the family Rallidae, esp. Gallinula chloropus galeata]; b. mud hen [any of various marsh-inhabiting birds, esp. coot (Fulica americana)]


FRANGO D'ÁGUA COMUM

  • FRANGO
  • FRANGOS


any of various rails or raillike birds [esp. Laterallus melanophaius]


FURA-MATO
a psittacine bird belongiong to the parrots family [Pyrrhura leucotis leucotis]


FUSELO

  • FUSELOS


variety of godwit [any shorebird of the genus Limosa; esp. L lapponica, also called CHALRETA]


GAIVOTA

  • GAIVOTAS


a. seagull [aquatic birds of the family Laridae, esp. any of the marine species]; b. mew gull [Larus canus]


GAIVOTA-PRETA

  • GAIVOTA
  • GAIVOTAS


[see QUERO-QUERO]


GAIVÃO

  • GAIVÕES


martin [see under ANDORINHA]


GALINHA

  • GALINHAS


hen, chicken [Gallus domesticus; see also FRANGO]


GALINHA CAIPIRA

  • GALINHA
  • GALINHAS


mongrel chicken


GALINHA D'ANGOLA

  • GALINHA
  • GALINHAS


Guinea fowl, Guinea Hen [gallinaceous birds of the family Numididae, esp. Numididae meleagris, also called CAPOTE]


GALINHA GARNIZÉ

  • GALINHA
  • GALINHAS


bantam


GALO

  • GALOS


cock, rooster


GALO SILVESTRE

  • GALO
  • GALOS


grouse [plump gallinaceous birds of the subfamily Tetraoninae, of the pheasant family, also called TETRAZ]


GARIBÁLBI

  • GARIBALBI


red-winged blackbird [a variety of blackbird, Agelaius ruficapillus and A. phoeniceus, also called CASACA-DE-COURO]


GARNIZÉ

  • GARNIZÉS


[see GALINHA GARNIZÉ]


GARRINCHÃO-DE-BICO-GRANDE

  • GARRINCHÃO
  • GARRINCHÕES


variety of wren, Carolina wren [also called CAMBAXIRRA-GRANDE]


GARÇA

  • GARÇAS


heron [wading birds of the family Ardeidae]


GARÇA-BRANCA-GRANDE

  • GARÇA
  • GARÇAS


egret, kind of white heron [esp. Casmerodius albus egretta]


GARÇA-BRANCA-PEQUENA

  • GARÇA
  • GARÇAS


snowy egret, kind of white heron [esp. Egretta thula]


GARÇA-PARDA

  • GARÇA
  • GARÇAS


[see MAGUARI]


GAVIÃO

  • GAVIÕES


sparrow-hawk [Accipiter nisus, see FALCÃO]


GAVIÃO-CARIPIRA

  • GAVIÃO
  • GAVIÕES


osprey [Pandion haliaetus, also called CARIPIRA]


GAVIÃO-DE-PENACHO

  • GAVIÃO
  • GAVIÕES


harpy eagle


GAVIÃO-POMBA

  • GAVIÃO
  • GAVIÕES


any accipitrine bird belonging to the Accipitrinidae family [esp. Leucopternis lacernulata and Leucopternis polionota]


GAVIÃO-REAL

  • GAVIÃO
  • GAVIÕES


harpy eagle


GORRIÃO

  • GORRIÕES


[see PARDAL]


GRALHA

  • GRALHAS


a. crow [any of various birds of the genus Corvus - family Corvidae]; b. daw, jackdaw [Corvus monedula]; c. rook [Corvus frugilegus]


GRALHA-DE-BICO-AMARELO

  • GRALHA
  • GRALHAS


alpine chough [Pyrrhocorax graculus]


GRALHO

  • GRALHOS


rook [Corvus frugilegus]


GRAÚNA

  • GRAÚNAS


blackbird [the same as MELRO]


GROU

  • GROUS


a. crane [wading bird of the family Gruidae]; b. whooping crane [Grus americana]


GUARÁ

  • GUARÁS


[see FLAMINGO]


IRERÊ

  • IRERÊS


kind of wild tree-duck [Dendrocygna viduata]


JANDAIA

  • JANDAIAS


kind of parakeet [Aratinga aurea, also called PERIQUITO-REI, or A. solstitialis auricapilla, also called MARITACA]


JAÇANÃ

  • JAÇANÃS


jaçana [any of several birds of the family Jacanidae, esp. Jacana spinosa jacana]


JAÓ

  • JAÓS


kind of tinamou [any birds comprising the order Tinamiforms esp. Crypturellus noctivagus, akin to rhea and other ratite birds]


JOÃO-DE-BARRO

  • JOÃO
  • JOÕES


a. ovenbird [Seirus aurocapillus]; b. any songbird of the family Furnariidae


JOÃO-TENENÉM

  • JOÃO
  • JOÕES


a passarine bird of the genus Synallaxis, with 11 species distributed over Brazil [esp. Synallaxis spixi, Synallaxis frontalis]


JOÃO-TIRIRI

  • JOÃO
  • JOÕES


[see JOÃO-TENENÉM]


LAVADEIRA

  • LAVADEIRAS


sandpiper [birds of the family Scolopacidae]


LOURO

  • LOUROS
  • LOIRO
  • LOIROS


any parrot [see PAPAGAIO]


MACUCO

  • MACUCOS


tinamou [Tinamus solitarius]


MAGUARI

  • MAGUARIS


a. kind of heron [esp. Ardea cocoi]; b. kind of white stork [esp. Ciconia maguari or C. ciconia]


MAINÁ

  • MAINÁS


mynah [birds of the starling family, esp. of the genera Acridotheres and Gracula]


MARIA-MOLE

  • MARIA
  • MARIAS


[see SOCOZINHO]


MARITACA

  • MARITACAS


[see JANDAIA]


MARITACA-VERDE

  • MARITACA
  • MARITACAS


variety of parakeet [Pionus maximiliani, compare JANDAIA]


MARRECA-APAÍ

  • MARRECA
  • MARRECAS


[see IRERÊ]


MARRECA-DO-PARÁ

  • MARRECA
  • MARRECAS


[see IRERÊ]


MARRECA-PIADEIRA

  • MARRECA
  • MARRECAS


[see IRERÊ]


MARRECA-VIÚVA
[see IRERÊ]


MARREQUINHA

  • MARREQUINHAS


[see JAÇANÃ]


MARTIM-PESCADOR

  • MARTIM
  • MARTINS


kingfisher [birds of the family Alcedinidae]


MARTIM-PESCADOR-GRANDE

  • MARTIM
  • MARTINS


kind of kingfisher [esp. Megaceryle torquata]


MAÇARICO

  • MAÇARICOS


[see CARÁDRIO]


MELRO

  • MELROS


blackbird [the same as GRAÚNA]


MERGULHÃO-DO-NORTE

  • MERGULHÃO
  • MERGULHÕES


loon [diving birds of the order Gaviiformes]


NHAÇANÃ

  • NHAÇANÃS


[see JAÇANÃ]


ORNITOLOGIA
ornithology


ORNITOLÓGICO

  • ORNITOLÓGICOS
  • ORNITOLÓGICA
  • ORNITOLÓGICAS


ornithological, ornithologic


ORNITÓLOGO

  • ORNITÓLOGOS
  • ORNITÓLOGA
  • ORNITÓLOGAS


ornithologist


PAPA-ARROZ

  • PAPA
  • PAPAS


a. kind of cowbird [Sporophila nigricollis]; b. bobolink [Dolicochonyx oryzivorus]


PAPA-ARROZ-PRETO

  • PAPA-ARROZ
  • PAPA
  • PAPAS


[see TIZIU]


PAPA-MOSCAS

  • PAPA
  • PAPAS


a. flycatcher [any of numerous birds of the family Tyranidae - also called Tyrant Flycatcher - or Muscicapinae]; b. pewee [flycatchers of the genus Contopus]


PAPA-PEIXE

  • PAPA
  • PAPAS


[see MARTIM-PESCADOR]


PAPAGAIO

  • PAPAGAIOS


parrot [any of numerous birds of the order Psittaciformes]


PAPAGAIO-CABOCLO

  • PAPAGAIO
  • PAPAGAIOS


[see PAPAGAIO-DO-PEITO-ROXO]


PAPAGAIO-CURRALEIRO

  • PAPAGAIO
  • PAPAGAIOS


[see PAPAGAIO-DO-PEITO-ROXO]


PAPAGAIO-DA-SERRA

  • PAPAGAIO
  • PAPAGAIOS


Amazon parrot [any of several tropical American green parrots of the genus Amazon, esp. Amazona pretrei, popular as pets; also called CHARÃ]


PAPAGAIO-DO-PEITO-ROXO

  • PAPAGAIO
  • PAPAGAIOS


variety of Amazon parrot [Amazona vinacea]


PAPAGAIO-VERDADEIRO

  • PAPAGAIO
  • PAPAGAIOS


variety of Amazon parrot [ esp. Amazona aestiva, also called CAMATANGA]


PARDAL

  • PARDAIS


a. sparrow [any of numerous small birds of the subfamily Emberizinae - family Emberizidae]


PARDAL DE TELHADO

  • PARDAL
  • PARDAIS


home sparrow [Passer domesticus]


PATA

  • PATAS


a female duck


PATA-D'ÁGUA

  • PATA
  • PATAS


[see BIGUÁ]


PATO

  • PATOS


duck [birds of the family Anatidae]; b. a male duck, drake


PATO-DO-MATO

  • PATO
  • PATOS


Muscovy duck, musk duck [Cairina moschata, also called CAIRINA]


PEGA

  • PEGAS


magpie [birds of the genus Pica, of the jay family]


PELICANO

  • PELICANOS


a. pelican [any of several birds of the family Pelecanidae]; b. gannet [seabird of the genus Sula or Morus]


PERDIGÃO

  • PERDIGÕES


male partridge [see also PERDIZ]


PERDIZ

  • PERDIZES


a. partridge [gallinaceous birds of the pheasant family, esp. Perdix perdix]; b. any game bird resembling the partridge [as the ruffed grouse or bobwhite]; c. any of several birds resembling the partridge [esp. Rhynchotus rufescens]


PERIQUITO

  • PERIQUITOS


a. lovebird [small parrots, esp. of the genus Agapornis]; b. parakeet [any of various medium-sized parrots, as the budgerigar, of the genus Aratinga and allied genera]


PERIQUITO-DA-CAATINGA

  • PERIQUITO
  • PERIQUITOS


a 25-cm parakeet [Aratinga cactorum] native to Brazil, also called CATURRITA-DOS-CÁCTUS]


PERIQUITO-REI

  • PERIQUITO
  • PERIQUITOS


kind of parakeet [see JANDAIA]


PERIQUITO-URUBU

  • PERIQUITO
  • PERIQUITOS


kind of small parrot (Gypopsitta vulturina) of Eastern Pará and right bank of low Amazon [also called PIRIPIRI]


PETREL
petrel [any of various seabirds of the families Procellariidae, Hydrobatidae, and Pelecanoididae]


PIADEIRA

  • PIADEIRAS


[see IRERÊ]


PIAÇOCA

  • PIAÇOCAS


[see JAÇANÃ]


PICA-PAU

  • PICA-PAUS


woodpecker [any of numerous birds of the family Picidae]


PICA-PAU CINZENTO

  • PICA-PAU
  • PICA-PAUS


nuthatch [see PICANCILHO], nutcracker [corvine birds of genus Nucifraga]


PICA-PAU-DO-CAMPO

  • PICA-PAU
  • PICA-PAUS


variety of fricker, variety of yellowhammer [see CHANCHÃ]


PICA-PEIXE

  • PICA-PEIXES


[see MARTIM-PESCADOR]


PICANCILHO

  • PICANCILHOS


nuthatch [songbirds of the family Sittidae]


PIGARGO

  • PIGARGOS


erne, sea eagle [eagles of the genus Haliaeetus]


PINGÜIM

  • PINGÜINS


penguin [flightless birds of the order Sphenisciformes]


PINTARROXO

  • PINTARROXOS


linnet [Carduelis cannabina]


PINTASSILGO

  • PINTASSILGOS


goldfinch [any of several finches of the family Carduelis, esp. Carduelis tristis and Carduelis carduelis]


PINTO

  • PINTOS


chick, a young chicken


PINTO D'ÁGUA

  • PINTO
  • PINTOS


[see FRANGO-D’ÁGUA]


PIRIPIRI

  • PIRIPIRIs


(Ornith.) [see PERIQUITO-URUBU]


PISCO-CHILREIRO

  • PISCO-CHILREIROS


bullfinch [Pyrrhula pyrrhula]


PISCO-FERREIRO

  • PISCO-FERREIROS


redstart [esp. Setophaga ruticilla]


PIÁ

  • PIÁS


[esp. Brazil] [see ALMA-DE-GATO]


POMBA

  • POMBAS


a hen-dove [see POMBO]


POMBO

  • POMBOS


a. dove [any bird of the family Columbidae, esp. the smaller species]; b. pigeon [any bird of the family Columbidae, esp. the larger species]


POMBO-DOMÉSTICO

  • POMBO
  • POMBOS


rock dove [Columba livia], any domestic dove


PÁSSARO

  • PÁSSAROS


bird


PÍLEO

  • PÍLEOS


pileum


QUERO-QUERO

  • QUERO-QUEROS


Brazilian lapwing [Vanellus chilensis]


ROLINHA

  • ROLINHAS


kind of small dove [Columbina talpacoti]


ROUXINOL

  • ROUXINÓIS


nightingale [any of several birds of the thrush subfamily, esp. Luscinia megarhynchos]


RÔLA

  • RÔLAS
  • ROLA
  • ROLAS


turtledove [any of several doves of the genus Streptopelia, esp. S. turtur], mourning dove [Zenaida (Zenaidura) macroura, noted for its plaintive cooing]


SABIÁ

  • SABIÁS


any of several thrushes of the genus Turdus considered robinlike


SABIÁ-BRANCO

  • SABIÁ
  • SABIÁS


kind of Brazilian thrush [Turdus leocomelas]


SABIÁ-CICA

  • SABIÁ
  • SABIÁS
  • SABIACICA
  • SABIACICAS


kind of Brazilian thrush [Triclaria malachitacea]


SABIÁ-PIMENTA

  • SABIÁ
  • SABIÁS


[see TRINCA-FERRO]


SACI

  • SACIS


kind of cuckoo


SANHAÇO

  • SANHAÇOS


tanager [Thraupis sayaca]


SANÃ

  • SANÃS


[see SARACURA-SANÃ]


SANÃ-CARIJÓ

  • SANÃ
  • SANÃS


[see SANÃ-DE-SAMAMBAIA]


SANÃ-DE-SAMAMBAIA

  • SANÃ
  • SANÃS


variety of crake [Porzana albicollis]


SARACURA

  • SARACURAS


any of several crakes or small rails


SARACURA-DO-BREJO

  • SARACURA
  • SARACURAS


variety of corn crake [Aramides cajanea]


SARACURA-SANÃ

  • SARACURA
  • SARACURAS


variety of small rail [esp. Rallus sanguinolentus and Rallus nigricans]


SAÍRA

  • SAÍRAS


variety of tanager [any of numerous songbirds of the subfamily Thraupinae [family Emberizidae] found in fields, orchards and savannahs, in Guyana, Venezuela, large part of Brazil and Paraguay


SAÍRA-AMARELA

  • SAÍRA
  • SAÍRAS


kind of tanager [esp. Tangara cayana, also called CARA-SUJA]


SEBINHO

  • SEBINHOS


a passerine bird [Coereba flaveola, also called CAMBACICA]


SERIEMA

  • SERIEMAS


kind of crane of N. Argentina, Paraguay, central and east Brazil [Cariama cristata]


SOCOZINHO

  • SOCOZINHOS


a variety of heron [Butorides striatus]


SOCOÍ

  • SOCOÍS


[see SOCOZINHO]


SOCÓ

  • SOCÓS


bittern, heron [any wading bird of the family Ardeidae]


SOCÓ-CRIMINOSO

  • SOCÓ
  • SOCÓS


[see SOCOZINHO]


SOCÓ-ESTUDANTE

  • SOCÓ
  • SOCÓS


[see SOCOZINHO]


SOCÓ-GRANDE

  • SOCÓ
  • SOCÓS


[see MAGUARI]


SOCÓ-MIRIM

  • SOCÓ
  • SOCÓS


[see SOCOZINHO]


SOMBRIO

  • SOMBRIOS


kind of pipit


TECELÃO

  • TECELÕES


weaver, weaverbird [any of numerous finchlike birds of the family Ploceidae]


TENTILHÃO

  • TENTILHÕES


[see ABADAVINA]


TESOURINHA

  • TESOURINHAS


chatterer [Phibalura flavirostris]


TETRAZ

  • TETRAZES


[see GALO SILVESTRE]


TICO-TICO

  • TICO-TICOS


kind of crown sparrow [esp. Zonotrichia capensis]


TICO-TICO-DO-CAMPO

  • TICO-TICO
  • TICO-TICOS


any of numerous songbirds of the family Emberizinae [esp. Ammodramus humeralis and Myospiza humeralis]


TIZIU

  • TIZIUS


kind of black cowbird [esp. Volatinia jacarina]


TIÉ

  • TIÉS
  • TIÊ
  • TIÊS


kind of tropical American tanager


TIÉ-PRETO

  • TIÉ-PRETOS


variety of tropical American tanager [esp. Tachyphonus coronatus]


TORDA-MERGULHADEIRA

  • TORDA
  • TORDAS


[see ALCA]


TRINCA-FERRO

  • TRINCA-FERROS


any of various passerine birds resembling the thrush [esp. Saltator maximus and Carpornis malanocephalus]


TRÊS-POTES
[see SARACURA-DO-BREJO]


TUIM

  • TUINS


lovebird [any of small parrots, esp. Forpus passerinus vividus]

TUIM-DE-ASA-AZUL

  • TUIM
  • TUINS


variety of lovebird [Forpus xanthopterygius]

URUBU

  • URUBUS


vulture [Coragyps atratus]

URUBU-DE-CABEÇA-VERMELHA

  • URUBU
  • URUBUS


turkey vulture [Cathartes aura ruficollis, also called CAMIRANGA]

XOFRANGO

  • XOFRANGOS


[see BRITA-OSSOS]

XOFRANGO-BRITA-OSSOS

  • XOFRANGO
  • XOFRANGOS


[see BRITA-OSSOS]

ZABELÊ

  • ZABELÊS


[see JAÓ]

ÁGUIA

  • ÁGUIAS


eagle [Accipitridae, family of birds of prey]

ÁGUIA-AMERICANA

  • ÁGUIA
  • ÁGUIAS


American Eagle, bald eagle

ÁGUIA-IMPERIAL

  • ÁGUIA
  • ÁGUIAS


imperial eagle


ÁGUIA-PESCADORA

  • ÁGUIA
  • ÁGUIAS


American osprey, fish hawk

 

 





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