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Santiago Island

This checklist includes all bird species found in Santiago Island , based on the best information available at this time. It is based on a wide variety of sources that I collated over many years. I am pleased to offer these checklists as a service to birdwatchers. If you find any error, please do not hesitate to .

The taxonomic order and nomenclature follows Clements 6th edition (updated 2014). If you prefer to view the list based on a different authority, click on one of the list available below. Globally threatened species (status in red) were identified by Birdlife International in Threatened Birds of the World (Birds to Watch 3).

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Country or region: Santiago Island
Number of species: 71
Number of globally threatened species: 7
Number of introduced species: 1
Date last reviewed: 2007-11-19
See also: http://www.checklist.org.br/getpdf?SL003-06

 
ANSERIFORMES: Anatidae

White-cheeked PintailAnas bahamensis

 
PHOENICOPTERIFORMES: Phoenicopteridae

American FlamingoPhoenicopterus ruber

 
SPHENISCIFORMES: Spheniscidae

Galapagos PenguinSpheniscus mendiculusEndangered

 
PROCELLARIIFORMES: Diomedeidae

Waved AlbatrossPhoebastria irrorataCritically endangered

 
PROCELLARIIFORMES: Procellariidae

Galapagos PetrelPterodroma phaeopygiaEndemic (country/region) Critically endangered
Sooty ShearwaterPuffinus griseusNear-threatened
Galapagos ShearwaterPuffinus subalarisEndemic (country/region)

 
PROCELLARIIFORMES: Hydrobatidae

Elliot's Storm-PetrelOceanites gracilisData deficient
White-faced Storm-PetrelPelagodroma marinaRare/Accidental
Band-rumped Storm-PetrelOceanodroma castro

 
PHAETHONTIFORMES: Phaethontidae

Red-billed TropicbirdPhaethon aethereus

 
SULIFORMES: Fregatidae

Magnificent FrigatebirdFregata magnificens
Great FrigatebirdFregata minor

 
SULIFORMES: Sulidae

Masked BoobySula dactylatra
Nazca BoobySula granti
Blue-footed BoobySula nebouxii

 
PELECANIFORMES: Pelecanidae

Brown PelicanPelecanus occidentalis

 
PELECANIFORMES: Ardeidae

Great Blue HeronArdea herodias
Great EgretArdea alba
Cattle EgretBubulcus ibis
Striated HeronButorides striata
Yellow-crowned Night-HeronNyctanassa violacea

 
ACCIPITRIFORMES: Pandionidae

OspreyPandion haliaetus

 
ACCIPITRIFORMES: Accipitridae

Galapagos HawkButeo galapagoensisEndemic (country/region) Vulnerable

 
GRUIFORMES: Rallidae

Galapagos RailLaterallus spilonotaEndemic (country/region) Vulnerable
SoraPorzana carolinaRare/Accidental
Common GallinuleGallinula galeata

 
CHARADRIIFORMES: Recurvirostridae

Black-necked StiltHimantopus mexicanus

 
CHARADRIIFORMES: Haematopodidae

American OystercatcherHaematopus palliatus

 
CHARADRIIFORMES: Charadriidae

Black-bellied PloverPluvialis squatarola
Semipalmated PloverCharadrius semipalmatus

 
CHARADRIIFORMES: Scolopacidae

Wandering TattlerTringa incana
Greater YellowlegsTringa melanoleuca
WilletTringa semipalmata
WhimbrelNumenius phaeopus
Ruddy TurnstoneArenaria interpres
SanderlingCalidris alba
Baird's SandpiperCalidris bairdiiRare/Accidental
Least SandpiperCalidris minutilla
Semipalmated SandpiperCalidris pusillaRare/Accidental Near-threatened
Western SandpiperCalidris mauriRare/Accidental
Short-billed DowitcherLimnodromus griseus
Wilson's PhalaropePhalaropus tricolor

 
CHARADRIIFORMES: Laridae

Swallow-tailed GullCreagrus furcatusEndemic (country/region)
Laughing GullLeucophaeus atricilla
Franklin's GullLeucophaeus pipixcan
Lava GullLeucophaeus fuliginosusEndemic (country/region) Vulnerable
Brown NoddyAnous stolidus
Black TernChlidonias nigerRare/Accidental
Common TernSterna hirundo

 
COLUMBIFORMES: Columbidae

Galapagos DoveZenaida galapagoensisEndemic (country/region)

 
CUCULIFORMES: Cuculidae

Dark-billed CuckooCoccyzus melacoryphus
Smooth-billed AniCrotophaga aniIntroduced species

 
STRIGIFORMES: Tytonidae

Barn OwlTyto alba

 
STRIGIFORMES: Strigidae

Short-eared OwlAsio flammeus

 
PASSERIFORMES: Tyrannidae

Vermilion FlycatcherPyrocephalus rubinus
Galapagos FlycatcherMyiarchus magnirostrisEndemic (country/region)

 
PASSERIFORMES: Hirundinidae

Galapagos MartinProgne modestaEndemic (country/region) Endangered

 
PASSERIFORMES: Mimidae

Galapagos MockingbirdMimus parvulusEndemic (country/region)

 
PASSERIFORMES: Parulidae

Yellow WarblerSetophaga petechia

 
PASSERIFORMES: Thraupidae

Green Warbler-FinchCerthidea olivaceaEndemic (country/region)
Vegetarian FinchPlatyspiza crassirostrisEndemic (country/region)
Woodpecker FinchCamarhynchus pallidusEndemic (country/region)
Large Tree-FinchCamarhynchus psittaculaEndemic (country/region)
Small Tree-FinchCamarhynchus parvulusEndemic (country/region)
Small Ground-FinchGeospiza fuliginosaEndemic (country/region)
Large Ground-FinchGeospiza magnirostrisEndemic (country/region)
Sharp-beaked Ground-FinchGeospiza difficilisEndemic (country/region)
Common Cactus-FinchGeospiza scandensEndemic (country/region)
Medium Ground-FinchGeospiza fortisEndemic (country/region)

 
PASSERIFORMES: Icteridae

BobolinkDolichonyx oryzivorus

 

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