Birds species in Ankarana, Madagascar






Ankarana has around 92 species of birds. Below is a partial bird list for the Ankarana area.

SpeciesCommon nameMalagasy local nameFamilyOrder
Accipiter madagascariensisSparrowhawk of MadagascarfirasambalalaAccipitridaeFalconiformes
Agapornis Cana madagascariensisMadagascar LovebirdPsittacidaeCharadriiformes
Alcedo vintsioidesMalagasy kingfisherfamakiakoraAlcedinidaeCoraciiformes
Anhinga melanogasterOriental darterAnhingidaePelecaniformes
Asio madagascariensisMarsh OwlStrigidaeStrigidae
Bubulcus ibisCattle egretvanoArdeidaeCoraciiformes
Caprimulgus enarratusCollared NightjartataroCaprimulgidaeCaprimulgiformes
Caprimulgus madagascariensisMadagascar NightjarvikivikyCaprimulgidaeCaprimulgiformes
Centropus toulouMadagascar CoucaltaitoakaCuculidaeCuculiformes
Cisticola cherniaMadagascar CisticolavorombararataSylvidaePasseriformes
Coracina cinereaAshy Cuckoo-ShrikefiririnaCampephagidaePasseriformes
Coracopsis nigraLesser Vasa ParrotPsittacidaePsittaciformes
Coracopsis vasa vasaGreater Vasa ParrotPsittacidaePsittaciformes
Corvus albusPied crowfiririnabeCorvidaePasseriformes
Coturnix coturnixJapanese quailPhasianidaeGalliformes
Coua cristatacrested CouatsiparaCuculidaeCuculiformes
Coua gigasGiant CouaCuculidaeCuculiformes
Dicrurus forficatusCrested DrongotsingetryDicruridaePasseriformes
Eurystomus glaucurusBroad-billed RollerkirioCoraciidaeCoraciiformes
Falco newtoniMadagascar kestrelroateloFalconidaeFalconiformes
Falco zoniventrisBanded kestrelakangaFalconidaeFalconiformes
Falculea palliataSickle-billed vangaVangidaePasseriformes
Haliaeetus vociferoidesMadagascar fish-eagleAccipitridaeFalconiformes
Hypsipetes madagascariensisMadagascar Black Bubultretreka, tsikatekatekaPycnonotidaePasseriformes
Ipsidina madagascariensisMadagascar Pygmy Kingfishertsakoko mangaAlcedinidaeCoraciiformes
Leptopterus chabertChabert's VangatorotorokaVangidaePasseriformes
Lophotibis cristataMadagascar crested ibisThreskiornithidaeCiconiiformes
Margaroperdrix madagascariensisMeropidaeCoraciiformes
Merops superciliosusMadagascar Bee-eatertaotaonkafoMeropidaeCoraciiformes
Mesitornis variegataWhite-breasted mesiteMesitomithidaeGruiformes
Mirafra hovaMadagascar LarkAlaudidaePasseriformes
Nectarinia notataLong-billed green sunbirdfodialaNectariniidaePasseriformes
Numida meleagrisHelmeted guineafowlakohon-drano, otrikaNumididaeGalliformes
Oena capensisNamaqua doveColumbidaeColumbiformes
Phalacrocorax africanusLong-tailed cormorantvorondoloPhalacrocoracidaePelecaniformes
Polyboroides radiatusMadagascar Harrier-HawkfandrasabeAccipitridaeFalconiformes
Scopus umbrettaHamerkop, HammerheadakoholahinalaScopidaeCiconiiformes
Terpsiphone mutataMadagascar Paradise FlycatchersoimangaMonarchidaePasseriformes
Treron australisMadagascar green-pigeonvintsiranoColumbidaeColumbiformes
Upupa epopsEurasian hoopoeUpupidaeCoraciiformes
Vanga curvirostrisHook-billed VangatodikarasokaVangidaePasseriformes


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