Endemic birds of the Western Palearctic


Endemic birds of the Western Palearctic

The following is a list of the restricted-range endemic bird species found in the Western Palearctic region:

* Algerian Nuthatch
* Berthelot's Pipit
* Blue Chaffinch
* Bolle's Pigeon
* Canary
* Cape Verde Swamp Warbler
* Caucasian Black Grouse
* Caucasian Snowcock
* Corsican Nuthatch
* Cyprus Warbler
* Cyprus Wheatear
* Fuerteventura Chat
* Iago Sparrow
* Laurel Pigeon
* Madeira Firecrest
* Plain Swift
* Raso Lark
* Scottish Crossbill
* Tenerife Goldcrest
* Trocaz Pigeon

In addition the following species are endemic to the region:

* Rock Partridge
* Red-legged Partridge
* Barbary Partridge
* Cory's Shearwater
* Cape Verde Shearwater
* European Storm-petrel
* European Shag
* Red Kite
* Levant Sparrowhawk
* Mediterranean Gull
* White-eyed Gull
* Audouin's Gull
* Red-necked Nightjar
* Middle Spotted Woodpecker
* Green Woodpecker
* Levaillant's Woodpecker

The following are near-endemics

* Squacco Heron


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