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List of fictional birds

This list of fictional birds is subsidiary to the list of fictional animals. It is restricted to notable bird characters from the world of fiction.

Contents

  • Anseriformes (swan, geese, etc.) 1
  • Apodiformes (hummingbird, swift, etc.) 2
  • Charadriiformes (seagull, puffin, etc.) 3
  • Ciconiiformes (stork, ibis, etc.) 4
  • Columbiformes (pigeon, dodo, dove, etc.) 5
    • Pigeons and doves 5.1
    • Dodos 5.2
  • Coraciiformes (kingfisher, hornbill, etc.) 6
  • Cuculiformes (cuckoos, roadrunners, etc.) 7
  • Falconiformes (hawks, eagles, vultures, etc.) 8
  • Galliformes (chicken, peacock, turkey, etc.) 9
    • Chickens 9.1
    • Other galliformes 9.2
  • Gaviiformes (loon, etc.) 10
  • Gruiformes (crane, etc.) 11
  • Passeriformes (crows, finch, sparrow, etc.) 12
    • Crows, raven, jay, rook and magpie 12.1
    • Finches and canaries 12.2
    • Sparrows 12.3
    • Other passeriformes 12.4
  • Pelecaniformes (pelican, boobie, cormorant, etc.) 13
  • Piciformes (toucan, woodpecker, etc.) 14
    • Woodpeckers 14.1
    • Toucans and emerald toucanets 14.2
  • Phoenicopteriformes (flamingo, etc.) 15
  • Procellariformes (albatross, etc.) 16
  • Psittaciformes (parrot, macaw, etc.) 17
  • Sphenisciformes (penguins, etc.) 18
  • Strigiformes (owls, etc.) 19
  • Struthioniformes (ratites, etc.) 20
  • Others 21
  • Birds of unknown species 22
  • See also 23
  • References 24

Anseriformes (swans, geese, etc.)

For ducks see

Apodiformes (hummingbirds, swifts, etc.)

Charadriiformes (seagulls, puffins, etc.)

Ciconiiformes (storks, ibises, etc.)

Columbiformes (pigeons, dodos, doves, etc.)

Pigeons and doves

Dodos

Coraciiformes (kingfishers, hornbills, etc.)

Cuculiformes (cuckoos, roadrunners, etc.)

Falconiformes (hawks, eagles, vultures, etc.)

Galliformes (chickens, peacocks, turkeys, etc.)

Chickens

Bird Brain, a zombified bass guitarist with a partially exposed brain and eyeballs dangling from their sockets.
Bone Head, a resurrected chicken skeleton with a trumpet.
El Pollo Diablo, a horned, pitchfork-wielding demon chicken hatched from a deviled egg.
Frankenchicken, a seven foot-tall tambourine-shaking rooster constructed in a lab.
Greasy Chicken, a pompadoured retro rockabilly chicken guitarist.
Pastafarian, a tie-dyed hippie saxophonist with a taste for herbs.
Puke Boy, a punk rock drummer with a tendency to over-indulge in partying.
Punky Rooster, a punk rock accordionist with a pierced beak and comb.
Sgt. Psyclopps, a one-eyed militia guitarist.
Wikkan Chicken, a keyboardist chicken versed in witchcraft.

Other galliformes

Gaviiformes (loons, etc.)

Gruiformes (cranes, etc.)

Passeriformes (crows, finches, sparrows, etc.)

Crows, ravens, jays, rooks and magpies

Finches and canaries

Sparrows

Other passeriformes

Pelecaniformes (pelicans, boobies, cormorants, etc.)

Piciformes (toucans, woodpeckers, etc.)

Woodpeckers

Toucans and emerald toucanets

Phoenicopteriformes (flamingoes, etc.)

Procellariformes (albatrosses, etc.)

Psittaciformes (parrots, macaws, etc.)

Sphenisciformes (penguins, etc.)

Strigiformes (owls, etc.)

Struthioniformes (ratites, etc.)

Others

Birds of unknown species

See also

References

  1. ^ http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/19731108/REVIEWS/311080301/1023
  2. ^ Mandino, Elizabeth L.; (1997),Book: The Greatest Mystery In the World, Fawcett Columbine, New York ISBN 0-449-91261-2
  3. ^ Chicken Little: the inside story : a Jungian romance Daryl Sharp
  4. ^ Finding Nemo, 2004 DVD, commentary
  5. ^ http://www.the-leaping-lamp.com/finding-nemo-characters-minor.html
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