Birds Starting With The Letter F

There are so many different types of birds in the world, and it can be tough to keep track of all of them.

That’s why we’ve decided to put together a list of birds starting with the letter F. This list includes everything from the familiar (e.g., the Finch) to the more exotic (e.g., the Flame-colored Tanager).

So whether you’re a bird enthusiast or just looking to expand your knowledge, a cross word solver missing a clue or just simply curious, this post is for you!

Some examples of birds starting with F are those that start with words like “Fire”, “Flame”, or “Forest” as seen in the table below:

Starting with “Fire”Starting with “Flame”Starting with “Forest”
Fire-bellied WoodpeckerFlame BowerbirdForest Bittern
Fire-breasted FlowerpeckerFlame RobinForest Buzzard
Fire-capped TitFlame-breasted FlowerpeckerForest Canary
Fire-eyed DiuconFlame-breasted Fruit-DoveForest Elaenia
Fire-fronted BishopFlame-breasted SunbirdForest Fody
Fire-fronted SerinFlame-colored TanagerForest Francolin
Fire-maned BowerbirdFlame-crested ManakinForest Honeyeater
Fire-tailed MyzornisFlame-crested TanagerForest Kingfisher
Fire-tailed SunbirdFlame-crowned FlowerpeckerForest Owlet
Fire-throated MetaltailFlame-faced TanagerForest Penduline-Tit
Fire-tufted BarbetFlame-fronted BarbetForest Raven
FirecrestFlame-rumped SapphireForest Robin
FirethroatFlame-rumped TanagerForest Rock-Thrush
Firewood-gathererFlame-templed BabblerForest Scrub-Robin
Examples of birds starting with F.

Contents

Fairy Flycatcher

The Fairy Flycatcher is a passerine bird in the Australasian robin family Petroicidae.

Fairy Gerygone

The Fairy Gerygone is a small bird native to Australia. It is an endemic species found only in Australia and Lord Howe Island.

Fairy Lorikeet

The Fairy Lorikeet is a small parrot from Australia. It is a mainly green bird with blue, yellow, and red on its wings. With a total length of about 30 cm, it is the smallest of the parrot species native to Australia.

If you are interested in Lorikeet parrots, I have written about what Lorikeets native diet is.

Fairy Martin

The Fairy Martin is a medium-sized insectivorous passerine bird that breeds in southeastern Australia. It is a distinctive black and white bird with a prominent ridge along the crown of the head.

Fairy Pitta

The Fairy Pitta is a passerine bird in the Pittidae family. It lives in southwestern Australia.

Fairy Prion

The fairy prion is a species of wading bird in the family Laridae that is found in southeastern Australia, New Guinea and New Zealand. The fairy prion is the size of a small duck.

The fairy prion is a nocturnal bird that lives in marshes and swamps.

Fairy Tern

Fairy terns are a group of small, wading birds of the order Sterna. The group includes the common tern, the Antarctic tern and the sooty tern. Most of the species in this group have the general appearance of a tern, with a black-and-white beak and feet, a long neck and head, and a wingspan between 50–70 cm.

Falcated Teal

The Falcated Teal is a species of wading bird in the family Anatidae that is found in the United States, Mexico and Central America. The Falcated Teal’s back and breast are a distinctive rusty brown color and its head is a light reddish-brown. The Falcated Teal is the only known member of the genus Falcated Duck.

Falkland Steamerduck

The Falkland Steamerduck is a species of bird in the family Anatidae.

Familiar Chat

The Familiar Chat is a species of bird in the family Muscicapidae. It is found in Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Comoros, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Somalia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Fan-tailed Berrypecker

The Fan-tailed Berrypecker is a species of bird in the family Muscicapidae. It is found in Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, and Uganda.

Fan-tailed Cuckoo

The Fan-tailed Cuckoo is a species of bird in the family Cuculidae. It is found in Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, and Uganda.

Fan-tailed Gerygone

The Fan-tailed Gerygone is a species of bird in the family Gerygoneidae. It is found in Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, and Uganda.

Fan-tailed Grassbird

The Fan-tailed Grassbird is a species of bird in the family Pomatostomidae. It is found in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Somalia, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda.

Fan-tailed Raven

The fan-tailed raven is a large member of the crow family, Corvidae, and is found in tropical Africa. It is one of the largest members of the genus Corvus, and is in a group of species known as tropical corvids.

Fan-tailed Warbler

The fan-tailed warbler is a species of passerine bird in the family Acrocephalidae. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

Fan-tailed Widowbird

The fan-tailed widowbird is a small passerine bird in the bird family Cracidae. It is found in Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and possibly Zimbabwe.

Fasciated Antshrike

Fasciated antshrikes are a group of passerine birds that include the Black-faced Antpitta. The Fasciated Antshrikes are small passerine birds which resemble ants and are endemic to Africa.

Fasciated Snake-Eagle

The Fasciated Snake-Eagle is a large bird of prey in the family Accipitridae. It is the largest eagle in the New World, with a wingspan of up to 3.2 m. Its plumage is mostly dark brown on the upper parts and paler below, with some white feathers on the wings and tail.

Fasciated Tiger-Heron

The Fasciated Tiger-Heron is a large bird of prey in the family Heliornithidae. It lives in open woodlands in the lowlands of tropical South America.

Fasciated Wren

The Fasciated Wren is a species in the family Troglodytidae. It is found in Belize, Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Fatuhiva Monarch

The Fatuhiva Monarch is a species of bird in the family Monarchidae. It is found in Brazil, Paraguay, and Bolivia.

Fawn-breasted Bowerbird

The Fawn-breasted Bowerbird is a passerine bird which belongs to the New World warblers family, Parulidae. It is a small bird with a slender bill, long legs and a long tail.

Fawn-breasted Brilliant

The fawn-breasted brilliant is a species of bird in the family Parulidae that is native to South America. This species was first described by the French naturalist René Lesson in 1831.

Fawn-breasted Tanager

The Fawn-breasted Tanager is a medium-sized songbird in the tanager family. It is native to South America.

Fawn-breasted Thrush

The Fawn-breasted Thrush is a species of bird in the thrush family. It is native to Colombia, Ecuador and Panama.

Fawn-breasted Waxbill

The Fawn-breasted Waxbill is a species of bird in the waxbill family. It is native to the southern half of South America.

Fawn-breasted Whistler

The Fawn-breasted Whistler is a species of bird in the waxbill family. It is native to Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador.

Fawn-breasted Wren

The Fawn-breasted Wren is a small wren found in the southern U.S. and the Caribbean. It is named for its light reddish-brown head and breast, which is the most distinguishing feature.

Fawn-colored Lark

The lark is a small wren found in the eastern United States, Mexico, and Central America. The lark is a species of grassland.

Fea’s Petrel

The Fea’s Petrel is a small, plump, dark-colored seabird with a long, curved, deeply forked tail. It is the only species in the family Procellariidae.

Fearful Owl

The fearful owl is a large and conspicuous nocturnal owl of the Americas. It is the only species in the genus Glaucidium.

Feline Owlet-Nightjar

Feline owlets-nightjars are small, nocturnal, owlets with a long, pointed, curved beak. They are found in the southern United States, the Caribbean, and Central America. The name is a combination of the catlike appearance of the owlet’s face and the fact that it is nocturnal.

Fernando Po Batis

The Fernando Po Batis, also called the Common Batis, was first described by the French naturalist René Lesson in 1780. It is a species of bird of the icterid family, which is native to subtropical southern Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize.

Fernando Po Oliveback

The Fernando Po Oliveback is a small blue bird in the pigeon family, native to Mexico and Central America, including Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

Fernando Po Speirops

The Fernando Po Speirops, also called the Herero Speirops, is a species of finch found only in southwestern Namibia, southwestern Angola and western Zambia, at elevations up to 2,500 meters.

Fernando Po Swift

The Fernando Po Swift, also called the Speckle Fronted Swift, is a small swift. It breeds from central Africa to tropical Asia, then migrates through the Indian to the Pacific region.

Fernwren

The fernwren is a small songbird found in eastern and northern Australia. It is brown-grey, with a white stripe running from the shoulder to the thigh. It does not have a crest like other wrens and can easily be confused with many other small birds, so it is best to see it in action.

Ferruginous Antbird

The Ferruginous Antbird is a small insect eater and nester which is found from Venezuela to Argentina. It is brown with a black head and white wing stripe.

Ferruginous Babbler

The Ferruginous Babbler is a small insect eater and nester which is found from Venezuela to Argentina and throughout the West Indies. It is brown with a black head and white wing stripe.

Ferruginous Flycatcher

The Ferruginous flycatcher is a small bird in the tyrant flycatcher family. It is found in Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, and northeastern Argentina. It nests in tree cavities or tree holes.

Ferruginous Hawk

The Ferruginous Hawk is a large bird of prey which hunts by stealth and ambush. Its population appears to be stable.

Fiery Topaz

It is a small passerine bird which is found from southern Mexico to northern Argentina. It breeds in open country near rivers or streams. It is named for the yellow stripe across its underparts, which is brightest when it is flushed.

Fiery-billed Aracari

The aracari is a family of birds. There are many species of aracaris, found from northern Australia through New Guinea to Indonesia. The aracaris are birds of tropical lowland forests.

Fiery-breasted Bushshrike

The bushshrike or bush shrikes are a passerine bird family found throughout Africa. The members of this family are insectivorous.

Fiery-browed Myna

The mynas are a medium-sized passerine bird that are endemic to India. They belong to the icterid family of passerine birds.

Finch-billed Myna

The finch-billed myna or rufous-fronted myna (Acridotheres striata) is a species of bird in the family Corvidae. It is native to western and southwestern Asia from Pakistan to Indonesia and to the Philippines.

Fine-barred Piculet

The piculets are a group of birds belonging to the family Picidae. They are found in tropical Central America and western South America. They are closely related to, but somewhat distinct from, the tanagers.

Fine-spotted Woodpecker

The fine-spotted woodpecker (Dryobates punctulatus) is a species of bird in the family Picidae. It is found in Panama and Colombia.

Fiji Shrikebill

The Fijian Shrikebill is a medium-sized passerine bird from the shrikebill family which is native to the Indian Subcontinent, southeast Asia and northern Australia. The Fijian Shrikebill has white underparts and two prominent black stripes on its head.

Fiji Woodswallow

The Fiji Woodswallow is a species of bird in the woodpecker family, Dendropidae. It is a small, medium-sized, insect-eating woodpecker, with a long, sharp, pointed bill and a yellow belly. The Fiji Woodswallow is a resident breeder in Fiji from Fiji’s highlands to the lowlands.

Finch-billed Myna

The Finch-billed Myna, also known as the Myna, is a species of bird in the myna family, Acanthiidae. It is a small, long-tailed, insect-eating passerine. It is found in the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia and Australasia. The species is also popularly known as the Mocking Myna.

Fire-capped Tit

The fire-capped tit, also known as (kiuitijaka or kiuitiki in Finnish), is a species of medium-sized bird in the tit family Paridae. It is found in the boreal forests of western and central North America. It is a member of the New World flycatcher family.

Fire-eyed Diucon

Fire-eyed Diucon is found in the equatorial forests of New Guinea. These birds are mainly black and white with orange. Their long legs make them good climbers.

Fire-fronted Bishop

The Fire-fronted Bishop is a species of bird in the Coronidae family. It is found in the woodlands of eastern Mexico and western Texas.

Fire-fronted Serin

The Fire-fronted Serin, also known as the Lesser Firefront, is a species of bird in the Serinidae family. It is found in Panama, Colombia, and Peru.

Fire-maned Bowerbird

The Fire-maned Bowerbird, also known as Long-billed Bowerbird, is a species of bird in the family Furnariidae. It is found in Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Brazil.

Fire-tailed Myzornis

The fire-tailed myzornis is a small bird found in India. It is characterised by a large, iridescent red patch on its tail.

Fire-throated Metaltail

The fire-throated metaltail is a species of bird in the Metaltail order of hummingbirds, the only member of the family Metaltidae. The species is widespread in parts of Central America and North America.

Fire-tufted Barbet

The fire-tufted barbet is a bird species in the family Megalaimidae. The species is endemic to the north of South America, where it is found in Ecuador and southern Peru.

Firecrest

The firecrest is a small European passerine bird with bright red underparts. It is the only member of the bird family Regulidae. Found primarily near water, it is named for its loud, high-pitched calls.

Five-colored Munia

The five-colored munia is a large, colorful bird of the family Emberizidae which occurs in the tropical forests of eastern and southern Asia, ranging from eastern India to western Malaysia. A few populations have also been confirmed from eastern Australia, including the island of Lord Howe.

Flame Bowerbird

The flame bowerbird is a small species of parrot which occurs in Australia. It is a member of the monotypic genus Pyroornis.

Flame Robin

The flame robin is a species of bird in the family Passeridae which is endemic to the island of Lord Howe. It is an unusual bird, with a bright red throat and belly, a black face, black bill and brown body.

Flame-breasted Flowerpecker

The flame-breasted flowerpecker is a species of bird in the family Dicaeidae. It is found in the humid forests of south east Asia, from India through Indochinese, Males have a bright rufous-orange patch on the throat, a whitish patch on the upper breast and an olive-brown patch on the shoulder.

Flame-breasted Fruit-Dove

The Flame-breasted Fruit-Dove is a species of bird in the family Columbidae. It is commonly known as the Fruit-Dove and is native to the Americas. The Flame-breasted Fruit-Dove is a medium-sized fruit-dove with a blue-green head and neck, a bright yellow chest and neck, a red, orange, or yellow forehead, a red or yellow crown, and a black breast with an orange patch. It is a common species, found in open areas, forest edges, and forest clearings.

Flame-breasted Sunbird

The Flame-breasted Sunbird is found in Ecuador and Peru. They eat fruits, flowers, nectar, insects and tree sap. They build stick nests, and lay 4-10 white eggs.

Flame-colored Tanager

The Flame-colored Tanager lives in Central America in wooded areas, including forests, savannas, and tropical moist lowland forest. They eat fruit, nectar, insects, and tree sap. They lay 4-6 olive-brown eggs.

Flame-crested Manakin

The Flame-crested Manakin is found in Central America, the Caribbean, and South America. They eat insects, spiders, nectar, flowers, tree sap, and fruits. They nest in cavities in trees, lay 1-2 white eggs, and both parents incubate.

Flame-crested Tanager

The Flame-crested Tanager is found in Central America, the Caribbean, and South America. They eat insects, spiders, nectar, flowers, tree sap, and fruits. They nest in cavities in trees, lay 1-5 white eggs, and both parents incubate.

Flat-billed Vireo

The flat-billed vireo is a species of bird in the Vireonidae family. It is one of the species observed with a pulsed call.

Flavescent Bulbul

The flavescent bulbul or flavescent flycatcher is a small bulbul native to southern Asia, where it has been recorded from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, India, and Sri Lanka.

Flavescent Warbler

The flavescent warbler or flavescent flycatcher is a small, dull-coloured passerine bird, the only member of the genus Ixos, which is native to tropical Africa.

Flesh-footed Shearwater

The flesh-footed shearwater, also known as the Flesh-footed Puffin is a small seabird in the family Procellariidae, the puffins and puffins. It breeds on the North American and South American coasts.

Flightless Steamerduck

The flightless steamerduck, or rail, is a flightless species in the duck family Anatidae. The species is endemic to the Islas Espiritu Santo archipelago in the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador. It is morphologically similar to the rails found in other South American regions, which were previously classified as distinct species.

Flightless Teal

The flightless teal, also known as scaup, is a large dabbling duck native to North America. It breeds in the boreal forests of the northwest and along the Pacific coast of Washington and Oregon.

Flightless or Galapagos Cormorant

The flightless cormorant is a species of cormorant native to the northern Pacific Ocean islands of the Galápagos archipelago, as well as nearby areas of the coast of Central America.

Flock Bronzewing

The bronzewing, or neotropic cormorant, is a species of cormorant which breeds in tropical South America. It is one of the most common and widespread cormorants in tropical America, with a wide range and a relatively abundant population.

Flores Crow

The flores crow is a small bird in the family Corvididae. The species is endemic to the island of Flores in the Indonesian province of West Nusa Tenggara, where it is a local endemic. The European form occurs on Flores as an accidental introduced species.

Flutist Wren

The Flutist Wren is a medium-sized American songbird that does not migrate. It is 24 to 29 cm (9.3 to 11.1 inches) long with a 55 to 60 cm (21.6 to 23.5 inches) wingspan. It primarily lives in the eastern and central United States.

Fluttering Shearwater

The fluttering shearwater is a seabird in the family Procellariidae. It is a small pelagic or marine bird found only in large flocks. They are mostly seen in coastal areas.

They have short, rounded wings, webbed feet, and a long, slender bill and long, deep, frayed tail feathers. The males have black heads and undersides. The females and immatures are white-headed, brown, and gray.

Fly River Grassbird

The Fly River Grassbird is a bird that lives on the island of New Guinea. It lives in open country near streams. The male is olive-brown with gray streaking and sometimes has a yellow or pale blue eye. The female is brown overall.

Flying Steamerduck

The flying steamerduck is a species of duck from the family Anatidae. It is also known as the Kurole, or steamer duck. It is found in Southeast Asia, from India and Bangladesh to Borneo.

Flying Steamer Duck

The flying steamer duck is a small duck from the family Anatidae. It is also known as the Kurole, or steamer duck. It is found in Southeast Asia, from India and Bangladesh to Borneo.

Forest Bittern

The Forest Bittern (Botaurus viridis) is a species of heron in the family Ardeidae. It is found in Africa, Europe, Asia, and near the coast of western North America. It is a medium-sized heron with a long neck, long legs, and a long pointed bill. It is the state bird of Mississippi.

Forest Buzzard

The Forest Buzzard can be found throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. It is a medium-sized black bird with a yellow head. It is the largest raptor in Europe, and the largest one of any continent.

Forest Canary

The Forest Canary can be found in Africa and Europe. It is a small bird with a dark brown plumage, a white or gray cere and a black crest.

Forest Elaenia

The Forest Elaenia (Cichladusa torquata) is a species of dragonfly in the family Libellulidae. It is found in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Guinea, and the Philippines.

Forest Fody

The Forest Fody (Dendrocitta formosa) is a species of bird in the family Furnariidae. It is found in New Guinea and western Australia.

Forest Francolin

The Francolin is a large bird of the family Phasianidae, native to much of Africa and western Asia. It is a ground and tree-dwelling bird that forages on the ground. It is very similar to the Common Quail.

Forest Honeyeater

The Forest Honeyeater is a small bird from the family Meliphagidae. It is widely distributed in Australia and is an arboreal insectivore.

Forest Kingfisher

The Forest Kingfisher is a medium-sized bird in the family Alcedinidae. It is widely distributed across the Old World and the genus is represented in Eurasia, Africa, and Australia. It is frequently seen foraging along watercourses.

Forest Owlet

The Forest Owlet is a very small bird from the family Aegithalidae. It is native to temperate forests in eastern North America.

Forest Swallow

The Forest Swallow is a small swift (family Apodidae) with a wingspan of 20–25 cm. It breeds in montane forests and the southern part of the Himalayas. The nest of the Forest Swallow is a bulky structure built in a tree fork or between the forks of two adjacent trees. Each bird lays only two eggs, which are white or pale blue.

Forest Thrush

The Forest Thrush is a passerine bird in the family Turdidae. It breeds in deciduous forests in central Mexico. These thrushes are mainly grey or buff above, with a blackish head and a buffy-white belly. The wing coverts are chestnut-colored in the adults.

Forest Weaver

The Forest Weaver is a small, insectivorous bird in the weaver family. It is a resident breeder in the tropical and subtropical coniferous forests of the eastern and southern United States and Mexico. The nest is a bulky cup-shaped structure made of moss and dead plant material and is built in the forks of deciduous trees.

Forest Woodhoopoe

The Forest Woodhoopoe is a bird of deciduous and coniferous forest in the woodhoopoe family. It breeds in southern Africa, from Kenya to Mozambique. The Forest Woodhoopoe is a common nectarivore in the forests. It is a small bird with an average length of 35 cm and a wingspan of 80 cm. The bird is brown above and has white underparts.

Fork-tailed Swift

The Fork-tailed Swift is a bird species found in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Like other swift species, they have long tails and small bodies. The swift family includes 13 species, the majority of which look very similar, and the Fork-tailed Swift and Fork-tailed Tody-Tyrant are the only two species found in the Indian subcontinent.

Fork-tailed Tody-Tyrant

The Fork-tailed Tody-Tyrant is a bird species found in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. They are part of the swift family, and like other swift species, they have long tails and small bodies.

Fork-tailed Woodnymph

The Fork-tailed Woodnymph is part of the swift family and is found in India, Bangladesh and Myanmar.

Four-colored Bushshrike

The four-colored bushshrike is a medium-sized perching bird of the northern Andes. In the Andes it is often found in grassy areas, where it mainly feeds on insects.

Fox Kestrel

The fox kestrel is a medium-sized bird in the falcon family. It can be found in most of Europe and North Africa. Their name comes from their call, which sounds a bit like a meow, and the fact that their tails are colored a reddish-brown.

Fox Sparrow

The fox sparrow is a passerine bird in the family Passeridae. It can be found in all parts of the United States and Canada and is mostly active early and late in the year. Their name comes from the reddish-brown color of their underparts.

Foxy Cisticola

The Foxy Cisticola has a total length of approximately  and is found in dry areas of South America. It can be found in Brazil and Paraguay. Its name comes from its distinctive call and the fact that its tail is cisticola-colored.

Fulvous Owl

The fulvous owl is a medium-large parrot, belonging to the genus Strix in the family Strigidae.  These owls are found in open country and prefer forest edges and shrubbery.

They feed on small prey such as insects and vertebrates. It is found in the Indian subcontinent, China, Japan, Australia, and on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.

Fulvous Parrotbill

The fulvous parrotbill (Pyrrhura fuliginosa) is a small passerine bird in the family Pycnonotidae. It is found in the south-western United States and Mexico. It spends the night in thickets or on the ground.

Fulvous Shrike-Tanager

The Fulvous Shrike-Tanager (Tachyphonus ochraceus) is one of the members of the genus Tachyphonus, a group of tanagers from Central and South America.

Fulvous Whistling-Duck

The Fulvous Whistling-Duck (Dendrocygna bicolor) is a small aquatic bird in the whistling-duck family Dendrocygnidae. Its range includes the northern half of South America, from southern Chile through the entire Amazon Basin, and adjacent regions of northern Brazil.

Fulvous-crested Tanager

This bird is a tanager in the tanager family. One or two females may be present in a single flock. Males and females are very similar. It may be confused with the male scarlet tanager. The fulvous crest is only seen in the male, and the crest is larger in the male. The male is also larger and has a longer tail.

Fulvous-dotted Treerunner

The Fulvous-dotted Treerunner is found in the Andes of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. It is a small bird with brown upperparts and rufous underparts.

Fulvous-headed Brush-Finch

The Fulvous-headed Brush-Finch is found in the Andes of Venezuela and Colombia. It is a small bird with brown upperparts and rufous underparts.

Fulvous-headed Tanager

The Fulvous-headed Tanager is found in the Amazon Basin of Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela. It is a small bird with brown upperparts and rufous underparts.

The Fulvous-vented Euphonia

The Fulvous-vented Euphonia is found in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil. It is a small drab bird with yellow underparts and a black bib.

Fuscous Honeyeater

The Fuscous Honeyeater ia large dark honeyeater endemic to southeastern Australia

Birds starting with F sorted by length

Bird NameNumber of Characters
Fernwren8
Fieldfare9
Firecrest9
Fish Crow9
Fairy Tern10
Firethroat10
Flamecrest10
Fairy Pitta11
Fairy Prion11
Fearful Owl11
Fiery Topaz11
Fiji Petrel11
Flame Robin11
Flores Crow11
Forest Fody11
Fox Kestrel11
Fox Sparrow11
Fulvous Owl11
Fairy Martin12
Fiji Goshawk12
Flappet Lark12
Flutist Wren12
Forest Owlet12
Forest Raven12
Forest Robin12
Fox’s Weaver12
Fulmar Prion12
Familiar Chat13
Fanti Sawwing13
Field Sparrow13
Fiery Minivet13
Forest Canary13
Forest Thrush13
Forest Weaver13
Freckled Duck13
Fuegian Snipe13
Fairy Gerygone14
Fairy Lorikeet14
Fasciated Wren14
Festive Parrot14
Flores Minivet14
Flores Monarch14
Forest Bittern14
Forest Buzzard14
Forest Elaenia14
Forest Swallow14
Forest Wagtail14
Forster’s Tern14
Foxy Cisticola14
Fujian Niltava14
Fiji Shrikebill15
Finsch’s Bulbul15
Fire-capped Tit15
Flame Bowerbird15
Flaming Sunbird15
Flammulated Owl15
Flightless Teal15
Forbes’s Plover15
Formosan Magpie15
Franklin’s Gull15
Frilled Monarch15
Fairy Flycatcher16
Fan-tailed Raven16
Fatuhiva Monarch16
Ferruginous Hawk16
Festive Coquette16
Fiji Parrotfinch16
Fiji Woodswallow16
Fire-eyed Diucon16
Fischer’s Turaco16
Flock Bronzewing16
Flores Scops-Owl16
Foothill Antwren16
Forest Francolin16
Friedmann’s Lark16
Friendly Fantail16
Frilled Coquette16
Fan-tailed Cuckoo17
Fawn-colored Lark17
Fernando Po Batis17
Fernando Po Swift17
Fiery-browed Myna17
Fiji Bush-Warbler17
Finch-billed Myna17
Finsch’s Euphonia17
Finsch’s Wheatear17
Fiordland Penguin17
Firewood-gatherer17
Fiscal Flycatcher17
Flat-billed Vireo17
Flavescent Bulbul17
Forest Honeyeater17
Forest Kingfisher17
Forest Woodhoopoe17
Fork-tailed Swift17
Frances’s Goshawk17
Freckled Nightjar17
Fan-tailed Warbler18
Fawn-breasted Wren18
Finsch’s Francolin18
Fire-fronted Serin18
Fire-tufted Barbet18
Fischer’s Greenbul18
Fischer’s Lovebird18
Fischer’s Starling18
Five-colored Munia18
Flavescent Warbler18
Flying Steamerduck18
Forbes’s Blackbird18
Forest Rock-Thrush18
Forest Scrub-Robin18
Fork-tailed Drongo18
Formosan Partridge18
Fraser’s Eagle-Owl18
Fulvous Parrotbill18
Furtive Flycatcher18
Fuscous Flycatcher18
Fuscous Honeyeater18
Fan-tailed Gerygone19
Fasciated Antshrike19
Ferruginous Antbird19
Ferruginous Babbler19
Ferruginous Pochard19
Fine-barred Piculet19
Fire-fronted Bishop19
Fire-tailed Sunbird19
Five-colored Barbet19
Flame-faced Tanager19
Flores Green-Pigeon19
Fly River Grassbird19
Fork-tailed Sunbird19
Forsten’s Scrubfowl19
Fuelleborn’s Boubou19
Falkland Steamerduck20
Fan-tailed Grassbird20
Fan-tailed Widowbird20
Fawn-breasted Thrush20
Fernando Po Speirops20
Fiery-billed Aracari20
Fiery-capped Manakin20
Fiery-tailed Awlbill20
Fire-maned Bowerbird20
Fire-tailed Myzornis20
Five-striped Sparrow20
Flame-fronted Barbet20
Flame-rumped Tanager20
Forbes’s Forest-Rail20
Forest Penduline-Tit20
Friendly Ground-Dove20
Falcated Wren-Babbler21
Fasciated Snake-Eagle21
Fasciated Tiger-Heron21
Fawn-breasted Tanager21
Fawn-breasted Waxbill21
Feline Owlet-Nightjar21
Fernando Po Oliveback21
Ferruginous Partridge21
Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl21
Fiery-necked Nightjar21
Finsch’s Pygmy-Parrot21
Flame-colored Tanager21
Flame-crested Manakin21
Flame-crested Tanager21
Flame-rumped Sapphire21
Flame-templed Babbler21
Flavescent Flycatcher21
Fluttering Shearwater21
Forbes-Watson’s Swift21
Fork-tailed Woodnymph21
Friendly Bush-Warbler21
Fuelleborn’s Longclaw21
Fan-tailed Berrypecker22
Fawn-breasted Whistler22
Ferruginous Flycatcher22
Fischer’s Sparrow-Lark22
Flame-breasted Sunbird22
Flame-throated Warbler22
Flammulated Flycatcher22
Flammulated Treehunter22
Flat-billed Kingfisher22
Flightless Steamerduck22
Fork-tailed Flycatcher22
Fork-tailed Palm-Swift22
Four-banded Sandgrouse22
Fringe-backed Fire-eye22
Fuerteventura Blue Tit22
Fulvous Shrike-Tanager22
Fulvous Whistling-Duck22
Fulvous-chinned Nunlet22
Fulvous-headed Tanager22
Fawn-breasted Bowerbird23
Fawn-breasted Brilliant23
Fine-spotted Woodpecker23
Fire-bellied Woodpecker23
Fire-throated Metaltail23
Flesh-footed Shearwater23
Fork-tailed Tody-Tyrant23
Forty-spotted Pardalote23
Four-colored Bushshrike23
Fulvous-crested Tanager23
Fulvous-vented Euphonia23
Finsch’s Imperial-Pigeon24
Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel24
Fulvous-bellied Antpitta24
Fiery-breasted Bushshrike25
Fiery-shouldered Parakeet25
Fiery-throated Fruiteater25
Flame-breasted Fruit-Dove25
Flammulated Bamboo-Tyrant25
Fluffy-backed Tit-Babbler25
Formosan Whistling-Thrush25
Fulvous-breasted Flatbill25
Fulvous-dotted Treerunner25
Ferruginous-backed Antbird26
Fiery-throated Hummingbird26
Finsch’s Flycatcher-Thrush26
Fire-breasted Flowerpecker26
Flame-crowned Flowerpecker26
Freckle-breasted Thornbird26
Fulvous-headed Brush-Finch26
Flame-breasted Flowerpecker27
Fulvous-breasted Woodpecker27
Ferruginous Lark or Red Lark28
Fernandina’s or Cuban Flicker29
Falcated Teal or Falcated Duck30
Florida Scrub-Jay or Florida Jay32
Fea’s Petrel or Cape Verde Petrel33
Flightless or Galapagos Cormorant33
Fulvous-chested Jungle-Flycatcher33
Fulvous Wren or Superciliated Wren34
Fulvous Babbler or Fulvous Chatterer36

All birds starting with F listed alphabetically

Fairy Flycatcher

Fairy Gerygone

Fairy Lorikeet

Fairy Martin

Fairy Pitta

Fairy Prion

Fairy Tern

Falcated Teal or Falcated Duck

Falcated Wren-Babbler

Falkland Steamerduck

Familiar Chat

Fan-tailed Berrypecker

Fan-tailed Cuckoo

Fan-tailed Gerygone

Fan-tailed Grassbird

Fan-tailed Raven

Fan-tailed Warbler

Fan-tailed Widowbird

Fanti Sawwing

Far Eastern Curlew or Eastern Curlew

Fasciated Antshrike

Fasciated Snake-Eagle

Fasciated Tiger-Heron

Fasciated Wren

Fatuhiva Monarch

Fawn-breasted Bowerbird

Fawn-breasted Brilliant

Fawn-breasted Tanager

Fawn-breasted Thrush

Fawn-breasted Waxbill

Fawn-breasted Whistler

Fawn-breasted Wren

Fawn-colored Lark

Fea’s Petrel or Cape Verde Petrel

Fearful Owl

Feline Owlet-Nightjar

Fernandina’s or Cuban Flicker

Fernando Po Batis

Fernando Po Oliveback

Fernando Po Speirops

Fernando Po Swift

Fernwren

Ferruginous Antbird

Ferruginous Babbler

Ferruginous Flycatcher

Ferruginous Hawk

Ferruginous Lark or Red Lark

Ferruginous Partridge

Ferruginous Pochard

Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl

Ferruginous-backed Antbird

Festive Coquette

Festive Parrot

Field Sparrow

Fieldfare

Fiery Minivet

Fiery Topaz

Fiery-billed Aracari

Fiery-breasted Bushshrike

Fiery-browed Myna

Fiery-capped Manakin

Fiery-necked Nightjar

Fiery-shouldered Parakeet

Fiery-tailed Awlbill

Fiery-throated Fruiteater

Fiery-throated Hummingbird

Fiji Bush-Warbler

Fiji Goshawk

Fiji Parrotfinch

Fiji Petrel

Fiji Shrikebill

Fiji Woodswallow

Finch-billed Myna

Fine-barred Piculet

Fine-spotted Woodpecker

Finsch’s Bulbul

Finsch’s Euphonia

Finsch’s Flycatcher-Thrush

Finsch’s Francolin

Finsch’s Imperial-Pigeon

Finsch’s Pygmy-Parrot

Finsch’s Wheatear

Fiordland Penguin

Fire-bellied Woodpecker

Fire-breasted Flowerpecker

Fire-capped Tit

Fire-eyed Diucon

Fire-fronted Bishop

Fire-fronted Serin

Fire-maned Bowerbird

Fire-tailed Myzornis

Fire-tailed Sunbird

Fire-throated Metaltail

Fire-tufted Barbet

Firecrest

Firethroat

Firewood-gatherer

Fiscal Flycatcher

Fischer’s Greenbul

Fischer’s Lovebird

Fischer’s Sparrow-Lark

Fischer’s Starling

Fischer’s Turaco

Fish Crow

Five-colored Barbet

Five-colored Munia

Five-striped Sparrow

Flame Bowerbird

Flame Robin

Flame-breasted Flowerpecker

Flame-breasted Fruit-Dove

Flame-breasted Sunbird

Flame-colored Tanager

Flame-crested Manakin

Flame-crested Tanager

Flame-crowned Flowerpecker

Flame-faced Tanager

Flame-fronted Barbet

Flame-rumped Sapphire

Flame-rumped Tanager

Flame-templed Babbler

Flame-throated Warbler

Flamecrest

Flaming Sunbird

Flammulated Bamboo-Tyrant

Flammulated Flycatcher

Flammulated Owl

Flammulated Treehunter

Flappet Lark

Flat-billed Kingfisher

Flat-billed Vireo

Flavescent Bulbul

Flavescent Flycatcher

Flavescent Warbler

Flesh-footed Shearwater

Flightless Steamerduck

Flightless Teal

Flightless or Galapagos Cormorant

Flock Bronzewing

Flores Crow

Flores Green-Pigeon

Flores Minivet

Flores Monarch

Flores Scops-Owl

Florida Scrub-Jay or Florida Jay

Fluffy-backed Tit-Babbler

Flutist Wren

Fluttering Shearwater

Fly River Grassbird

Flying Steamerduck

Foothill Antwren

Forbes’s Blackbird

Forbes’s Forest-Rail

Forbes’s Plover

Forbes-Watson’s Swift

Forest Bittern

Forest Buzzard

Forest Canary

Forest Elaenia

Forest Fody

Forest Francolin

Forest Honeyeater

Forest Kingfisher

Forest Owlet

Forest Penduline-Tit

Forest Raven

Forest Robin

Forest Rock-Thrush

Forest Scrub-Robin

Forest Swallow

Forest Thrush

Forest Wagtail

Forest Weaver

Forest Woodhoopoe

Fork-tailed Drongo

Fork-tailed Flycatcher

Fork-tailed Palm-Swift

Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel

Fork-tailed Sunbird

Fork-tailed Swift

Fork-tailed Tody-Tyrant

Fork-tailed Woodnymph

Formosan Magpie

Formosan Partridge

Formosan Whistling-Thrush

Forsten’s Scrubfowl

Forster’s Tern

Forty-spotted Pardalote

Four-banded Sandgrouse

Four-colored Bushshrike

Fox Kestrel

Fox Sparrow

Fox’s Weaver

Foxy Cisticola

Frances’s Goshawk

Franklin’s Gull

Fraser’s Eagle-Owl

Freckle-breasted Thornbird

Freckled Duck

Freckled Nightjar

Friedmann’s Lark

Friendly Bush-Warbler

Friendly Fantail

Friendly Ground-Dove

Frilled Coquette

Frilled Monarch

Fringe-backed Fire-eye

Fuegian Snipe

Fuelleborn’s Boubou

Fuelleborn’s Longclaw

Fuerteventura Blue Tit

Fujian Niltava

Fulmar Prion

Fulvous Babbler or Fulvous Chatterer

Fulvous Owl

Fulvous Parrotbill

Fulvous Shrike-Tanager

Fulvous Whistling-Duck

Fulvous Wren or Superciliated Wren

Fulvous-bellied Antpitta

Fulvous-breasted Flatbill

Fulvous-breasted Woodpecker

Fulvous-chested Jungle-Flycatcher

Fulvous-chinned Nunlet

Fulvous-crested Tanager

Fulvous-dotted Treerunner

Fulvous-headed Brush-Finch

Fulvous-headed Tanager

Fulvous-vented Euphonia

Furtive Flycatcher

Fuscous Flycatcher

Fuscous Honeyeater

Conclusion

I hope you enjoyed reading about all the birds with the letter “F” as the fist letter in their name. If you are interested, I have many more posts about birds in the wild and in your backyard here on my blog.

Maybe you are interested in birds beginning with other letters apart from F?

See my other posts on birds collected according to their starting letter here:

All birds with G as their first letter.

Birds starting with a “K” in their names.