A collection of birds that begin with the letter P.
From Palm Thrush to Puffins and Parakeets to Pheasants, you’ll find a wide variety of birds from all over the globe that start with the letter P.
Palm Thrush, Spotted
The spotted palm thrush is a member of the Muscicapidae bird family, often called the spotted morning-thrush. It can be found in Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, and Ethiopia. Subtropical or tropical dry forests, dry savannas, and subtropical or tropical moist shrubland are its natural habitats.
The austral parakeet, also known as the austral conure or emerald parakeet, is a parrot that may be found from Temuco in the north to the southernmost point of South America, further south than any other parrot.
The black-capped parakeet is a parrot that is indigenous to the south-western Amazon Basin and nearby east Andean slopes in Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil. It is also known as the black-capped conure or rock conure in aviculture. Its length is roughly 25 cm in total.
The cobalt-winged parakeet is a species of bird belonging to the Psittacidae family, which includes real parrots. It can be found in Brazil’s Amazon Basin states of Amazonas, Acre, and Rondonia as well as the far western Amazonian regions of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.
The monk parakeet, commonly referred to as the Quaker parrot, is a genuine parrot species that belongs to the Psittacidae family. It is a tiny green parrot with a greyish breast and a greenish-yellow abdomen. It has a 20–30 year lifespan on average.
The Brotogeris species of small, primarily green parrot includes the orange-chinned parakeet, commonly referred to as the Tovi parakeet. It can be found everywhere, from Mexico to Venezuela via Central America.
The medium-sized blue-headed parrot, also referred to as the blue-headed pionus, measures about 27 cm in length. With a blue head and neck and red undertail coverts, the body is primarily green.
Parrot, Seychelles Black
Pelican, American White
Petrel, Giant Southern
Pewee, Eastern Wood
Pigeon, Common Wood
Pigeon, Seychelles Blue
Piping Guan, Blue-throated
Plover, Common Ringed
Plover, European Golden
Plover, Little Ringed