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Endemic birds of the Galápagos Islands

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This article is one of a series providing information about endemism among birds in the World's various zoogeographic zones. For an overview of this subject see Endemism in birds.

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Patterns of endemism

A single tribe, the Geospizini is endemic to the Galápagos Islands.

Endemic Bird Areas

Birdlife International has defined the following Endemic Bird Areas (EBAs) in the Galápagos Islands:

To be completed later.

In addition the following are classified as Secondary areas (areas with at least one restricted-range bird species, but not meeting the criteria to qualify as EBAs):

To be completed later.

List of species

The following is a list of bird species endemic to the Galápagos Islands:

  • Galápagos heron
  • Flightless cormorant
  • Galápagos hawk
  • Galápagos rail
  • Galápagos dove
  • Large-billed flycatcher
  • Galápagos mockingbird
  • Floreana mockingbird
  • Hood mockingbird
  • San Cristóbal mockingbird
  • Large ground finch
  • Medium ground finch
  • Small ground finch
  • Sharp-beaked ground finch
  • Common cactus finch
  • Large cactus finch
  • Vegetarian finch
  • Large tree finch
  • Medium tree finch
  • Small tree finch
  • Woodpecker finch
  • Mangrove finch
  • Green warbler-finch
  • Grey warbler-finch
  • References

    Endemic birds of the Galápagos Islands Wikipedia


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