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Japan has 22 endemic species: The following species are endemic to the region of Japan. You can search the web for site locations and information about them by clicking on the species name. (b) denotes a breeding endemic, and † an extinct species.

Copper Pheasant
Japanese Woodpecker
Okinawa Woodpecker
Bonin Pigeon
Ryukyu Pigeon
Okinawa Rail
Amami Woodcock
Ryukyu Serpent-Eagle
Bannerman's Shearwater (b)
Short-tailed Albatross (b)
Matsudaira's Storm-Petrel (b)
Lidth's Jay
Ryukyu Minivet
Amami Thrush
Bonin Thrush
Izu Thrush
Ryukyu Robin
Bonin White-eye
Ijima's Leaf-Warbler (b)
Japanese Wagtail (b)
Bonin Grosbeak
Yellow Bunting (b)


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