Central America

Central America - Country Birding Statistics Comparison

Central America Endemics/Specialities List

  Belize   Honduras
  Costa Rica   Guatemala   Nicaragua
El Salvador   Panama

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Central American Endemics/Specialities

In addition to the endemics for the various countries, the following table identifies species that
cannot found outside the seven Central American countries. Information was derived
from Sibley & Monroe checklists in Thayer's Birder's Diary - Version 2.02.
Information on endangered birds is derived from the IUCN Red List, Birdlife International,
and supporting data bases developed by Ian Patton, of Merlin Species Watcher.

Central American Specialities

___ Black-throated Wren
___ Bushy-Crested Jay
___ Crimson-Fronted Parakeet
___ Green-breasted 
___ Grey-headed Piprites
___ Guatemalan Pygmy-Owl
___ Hoffman's Woodpecker
___ Nicaraguan Grackle
___ Nicaraguan Seed-Finch
___ Purple-throated 
___ Red-throated Parakeet
___ Ridgway's Rough-winged 
___ Rufous-winged Woodpecker
___ Snowcap
___ Snowy Cotinga
___ Streak-crowned Antvireo
___ Stripe-breasted Wren
___ Three-wattled Bellbird
___ White-throated 
___ White-throated 
___ Yellow-crowned Euphonia

Endangered Birds in Central America
(endemics are printed in bold italic)

Breeding Birds

Non-breeding Birds
___ Bare-necked Umbrellabird
___ Black-cheeked Ant-Tanager
___ Choco Tinamou
___ Cocos Cuckoo
___ Cocos Finch
___ Cocos Flycatcher
___ Glow-throated Hummingbird
___ Honduran Emerald
___ Mangrove Hummingbird
___ Military Macaw
___ Speckled Antshrike
___ Three-wattled Bellbird
___ Turquoise Cotinga
___ Yellow-billed Cotinga
___ Yellow-green Finch
___ Yellow-headed Parrot
___ Golden-cheeked Warbler
___ Markham's Storm-Petrel

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