Updated: Monday August 22, 2016


COMPLETE IMAGE CATALOG
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We have images of over 865 bird species online!

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the online images and information


| Alphabetized Lists | Lists by Type of Bird | Lists by Country |

| About the Complete Image Catalog |


The Complete Image Catalog is the showcase for the images of THE OTTER SIDE. It is also intended to be an online educational and reference tool. A brief commentary [will ultimately be] included for each species describing the bird, its habitat, and other interesting facts about it. Photographic details (location, date, camera, lens, film, etc.) are also included for each image.

Many of the species have multiple images intended to show additional visual information about the species, such as:


  • breeding plumage
  • winter plumage
  • female plumage
  • immature plumage
  • the bird in flight
  • behavior/display
  • color morphs (if they exist)
  • geographic races (if they exist)
Some images of "marginal" quality have been included because they show unique field marks, represent uncommon, threatened, or endangered species, or document rare birds.



Alphabetized Image Lists - Click on a Letter for Listings by Last Name

NOTE: Where multiple images of a bird exist, the first image shown in the series is the "default" image for product orders unless a specific image name is requested when ordering.

| A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N |

| O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |



Image Lists by Type of Bird - Click on a Group for Listings by Last Name

NOTE: The types/groups of birds listed below "loosely" follow the taxonomic order found in most current field guides. In 2003 the 44th Supplement to the American Ornithologists Union Check-list of North American Birds, Seventh Edition moved the orders Anseriformes (i.e., Waterfowl in the list below) and Galliformes (i.e, Upland Game Birds in the list below) directly in front of Gaviiformes (i.e., Loons in the list below).

Additional taxonomic changes from the 44th through the 57th AOU Supplements are also included. These mostly involve the addition of new species and changes/revisions to Common/Genus/Species nomenclature. For example: For this reason the Common, Genus, and Species names which appear throughout these catalog pages may occasionally differ from those in current field guides. The latest common, genus, and species names can be found at the website of the American Ornithologist's Union.


Cassowary, Emu, Ostrich, etc.
Upland Game Birds
Waterfowl
Loons and Grebes
Seabirds
Anhinga, Cormorants, Pelicans
Herons, Egrets, Ibises, Flamingo, etc.
Hawks, Eagles, Falcons, Vultures, etc.
Cranes, Limpkin, Rails, Coots, etc.
Plovers, Sandpipers, etc.
Jaegers, Gulls, Terns, etc.
Auks
Pigeons, Doves, and Parrots
Anis, Cuckoos, Roadrunner
Barn and Typical Owls
Nightjars, Potoos, and Swifts
Hummingbirds
Trogons, Kingfishers, Puffbirds, and Motmots
Toucans and Barbets
Woodpeckers and Woodcreepers
Antbirds, Antshrikes, Antthrushes, and Manakins
New World Flycatchers
Shrikes and Vireos
Crows, Jays, etc.
Waxwings and Silky Flycatchers
Larks, Bulbuls, and Swallows
Chickadees, Tits, Titmice, Nuthatches, Treecreepers, etc.
Kinglets, Wrens, and Gnatcatchers
Mockingbirds, Thrashers, Catbirds
Starlings, Mynahs
Old World Warblers and Flycatchers, Thrushes et al.
Pipits, Wagtails
Finches, Crossbills, Siskins, etc.
New World Warblers, Bananaquit, etc.
Meadowlarks, Blackbirds, Orioles, etc.
Tanagers, Honeycreepers, etc.
Longspurs, Towhees, Old World Buntings, New and Old World Sparrows, Accentors, etc.
Cardinal, Grosbeaks, Saltators, New World Buntings, etc.



Image Lists by Country - Click on a Country for Listings by Last Name

| Great Britain | Japan | Colombia | Panama |



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Last Updated: Monday August 22, 2016 - 23:37:42 CDST