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Transcript: Birds belong to the kingdom Animala. Anamalia is composed of multicellular, eukaryotic cells. Basic Bird Facts Birds are part of the Animala kingdom. Like most animals birds have tissue and basic organs. Birds fall under the vertebrate category because they have a backbone. Also they have hollow bones which helps them fly. Birds feed by mashing and mixing the food in their stomache. The stomache does to birds what teeth do to humans. Birds are also warm blooded and there are over 10,000 different species. Endangered Here are some examples of endangered and extinct birds. Pingeons, Sparrows, Crows, Gulls, House Finch, Blue Jay, Canada Goose, Cedar Waxwing, Mallard, Northern Cardinal, Class Extinct and Engangered Birds Birds belong to the class Aves. Aves' are feathered, winged, and two legged. These are the most common birds in the Desert, Grassland, Urban/Suburban, and the Woodland. There are many bird species that have gone extinct over the years, but here are some examples. Choiseul crested pigeon Mauritius blue pigeon Norfolk kaka Woodpecker, Goldcrest, Greenfinch, Jay, Crossbill, Linnet Desert A Bird's Digestive System Bird Environments The bird's digestive system is integral in keeping the bird healthy and nourished. Some birds will starve within hours if they don't eat food. The type of beak and tongue depends on the type bird, such as a vulture will have a very strong beak made to tear flesh, wear a bluejay's beak would not be that strong. The stomache then churns and mushes the food so it can be digested. Birds are in the order Passeiformes, which more than half the birds in the Aves class are in. Greater Roadrunner, Gila Woodpecker, Costa's Hummingbird, Turkey Vulture Grassland Urban/Suburban Work Cited Extinct Phylum Kingdom Woodland Birds belong to the Phylum Chordata. Chordates are animals possessing a notochord, a hollow dorsal nerve cord. Order By Andrew Killian, Dan Guider, and Michael Bernardo Some reasons for endangerement are industialation, destruction of habitat, and hunting. Some endagered birds are: Golden Cheeked Worbler California Condor Orange Bellied Parrot Bird Presentation Bobolink, Dickcissel, Greater Prarie Chicken, Henslow's Sparrow

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Transcript: Order passeriforme "true perching birds" Suborders Suborders: Tyranni, Passeri Acanthisitti. Suborder Tyranni These birds are different to the passeri because they have a different syrinx. This is part of the bird's voice box which makes bird song. Scientists have also done studies on DNA and fossils to show that the tyranni suborder is different to the passeri suborder. Tyranni Family Cotingidae Genus: Ampelioides Genus: Ampelion Genus: Calyptura Genus: Carpodectes Genus: Carpornis Genus: Cephalopterus Genus: Conioptilon Family Cotingidae Yellow-billed Cotinga Carpodectes antoniae Black-tipped Cotinga Carpodectes hopkei Snowy Cotinga Carpodectes nitidus Bare-necked Umbrellabird Cephalopterus glabricollis Lovely Cotinga Cotinga amabilis Blue Cotinga Cotinga nattererii Sample Species Family Pipridae (Manakin) Genus: Corapipo Genus: Heterocercus Genus: Ilicura Genus: Lepidothrix Family Pipridae White-crowned manakin Pseudopipra pipra Golden-headed manakin, Ceratopipra erythrocephala Red-capped manakin Ceratopipra mentalis Red-headed manakin Ceratopipra rubrocapilla Round-tailed manakin Ceratopipra chloromeros Scarlet-horned manakin Ceratopipra cornuta Sample Species Family Tyrannidae Genus: Agriornis Genus: Alectrurus Genus: Anairetes Genus: Aphanotriccus Genus: Arundinicola Genus: Atalotriccus Genus: Attila Family Tyrannidae Planalto tyrannulet Phyllomyias fasciatus Yungas tyrannulet Phyllomyias weedeni Rough-legged tyrannulet Phyllomyias burmeisteri White-fronted tyrannulet Phyllomyias zeledoni Greenish tyrannulet Phyllomyias virescens Reiser's tyrannulet Phyllomyias reiseri Urich's tyrannulet Phyllomyias urichi Sample Species Suborder: Passerines Passerines are small to medium-sized land birds. The majority are insectivorous, at least at certain times of their lives. Passeri Family Fringillidae (Finches) Genus: Acanthis Genus: Bucanetes Genus: Callacanthis Genus: Carduelis Genus: Carpodacus Genus: Chaunoproctus Genus: Chloridops Genus: Chloris Genus: Ciridops Family Fringillidae Common rosefinch Carpodacus erythrinus Scarlet finch Carpodacus sipahi Sample Species Family Turdidae (Thrush) Family Turdidae Genus: Alethe Genus: Brachypteryx Genus: Cataponera Genus: Catharus Genus: Chlamydochaera Genus: Cichlherminia Genus: Cichlopsis Genus: Cochoa Genus: Entomodestes Genus: Geomalia Red-tailed ant thrush Neocossyphus rufus White-tailed ant thrush Neocossyphus poensis Sample Species Family Passeridae (True Sparrows) Genus: Carpospiza Genus: Gymnoris Genus: Histurgops Genus: Montifringilla Genus: Onychostruthus Genus: Petronia Genus: Philetairus Genus: Plocepasser Genus: Pseudonigrita Genus: Pyrgilauda Family Passeridae Saxaul sparrow (Passer ammodendri) House sparrow (Passer domesticus) Italian sparrow (Passer italiae) Spanish sparrow (Passer hispaniolensis) Sind sparrow (Passer pyrrhonotus) Somali sparrow (Passer castanopterus) Russet sparrow (Passer cinnamomeus) Plain-backed sparrow (Passer flaveolus) Dead Sea sparrow (Passer moabiticus) Iago sparrow (Passer iagoensis) Great sparrow (Passer motitensis) Sample Species Acanthisitti Acanthisitti The New Zealand wrens are a family of tiny passerines endemic to New Zealand. They were represented by six known species in four or five genera, although only two species survive in two genera today. Family Acanthisittidae Genus Acanthisitta Genus Xenicus Family Acanthisittidae Rifleman Acanthisitta chloris Sample Species

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