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National Birds

National birds are an ideal symbolic representation. National bird is chosen by country as a symbol for that country.  National bird represents a grace, joy, beauty and love. The national birds reflect a country's rich and varied heritage and may appear on coins of a nation, notes, coat of arms, seal and stamps. National bird is selected based on national character, rooted in the history and culture of that country and found in a wide range in that country. Some are selected for their stunning beauty, others for melodious voices. For protecting the national bird every country has its own strict laws. Here we list national birds of various countries in the world. In this list most of them are officially recognised, some are unofficially adopted.  National bird symbols are used in the postal stamps, government seals, government letter heads, government offices, government communications/gazettes and other places.

 Worlds All Countries National Birds:

Country – National Bird Name - Official Status            

  • Angola - Red-crested turaco - Yes

  • Anguilla - Zenaida dove - Yes

  • Antigua and Barbuda - Magnificent frigate bird - Yes

  • Argentina - Rufous hornero - Yes

  • Aruba - Shoco (Burrowing Owl) - No

  • Australia – Emu - No

  • Austria - Barn swallow - Yes

  • Bahamas - American flamingo - Yes

  • Bahrain - Himalayan bulbul - Yes

  • Bangladesh - Oriental magpie-robin - Yes

  • Belarus - White stork - Yes

  • Belgium - Common kestrel - Yes

  • Belize - Keel-billed toucan - Yes

  • Bermuda - Bermuda petrel - No

  • Bhutan - Common raven - Yes

  • Bolivia  - Andean condor - Yes

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  • Botswana - Kori bustard - Yes

  • Brazil - Rufous-bellied thrush - Yes

  • British Virgin Islands - Mourning dove - Yes

  • Cambodia - Giant ibis - Yes

  • Canada - Gray jay- No

  • Cayman Islands - Grand Cayman parrot - Yes

  • Chile - Andean condor - Yes

  • China - Red-crowned crane, Eurasian tree sparrow - No

  • Colombia - Andean condor - Yes

  • Costa Rica - Clay-colored thrush - Yes

  • Croatia - Common nightingale - No

  • Cuba -  Cuban trogon  - Yes

  • Denmark - Mute swan - Yes

  • Dominica - Imperial amazon - Yes

  • Dominican Republic – Palmchat - Yes

  • Ecuador - Andean condor - Yes

  • El Salvador - Turquoise-browed motmot - Yes

  • Estonia - Barn swallow - Yes

  • Faroe Islands - Eurasian oystercatcher - Yes

  • Finland - Whooper swan - Yes

  • France  - Gallic rooster - No 

  • Germany - Golden eagle - No          

  • Gibraltar - Barbary partridge - Yes

  • Grenada - Grenada dove - Yes

  • Guatemala - Resplendent quetzal - Yes

  • Guyana – Hoatzin - Yes

  • Haiti - Hispaniolan trogon - Yes

  • Honduras - Scarlet macaw - Yes

  • Hungary - Saker falcon - Yes

  • Iceland – Gyrfalcon - Yes

  • India - Indian peacock - Yes

  • Indonesia - Javan hawk-eagle - Yes

  • Iran - Common nightingale - Yes

  • Iraq - Chukar partridge - Yes

  • Ireland - Northern lapwing - No

  • Israel – Hoopoe - Yes

  • Italy - Italian sparrow - Yes

  • Jamaica - Doctor bird - Yes

  • Japan - Green pheasant - Yes

  • Jordan - Sinai rosefinch - Yes

  • Kenya - Lilac-breasted roller - No

  • Latvia - White wagtail - Yes

  • Liberia - Garden bulbul - Yes

  • Lithuania - White stork - Yes

  • Luxembourg – Goldcrest - Yes

  • Malta - Blue rock thrush - Yes

  • Mexico - Golden eagle - Yes

  • Mongolia - Saker falcon - Yes

  • Montserrat - Montserrat oriole - Yes

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  • Myanmar - Grey peacock-pheasant - No

  • Namibia - African fish eagle - Yes

  • Nepal - Himalayan monal - Yes

  • Netherlands - Black-tailed godwit - No

  • New Zealand – Kiwi - No

  • Nicaragua - Turquoise-browed motmot - Yes

  • Nigeria - Black crowned crane - Yes

  • North Korea - Northern goshawk - Yes

National Birds

  • Norway - White-throated dipper - Yes
  • Pakistan - Chukar partridge - Yes

  • Palestine - Palestine sunbird - No

  • Panama - Harpy eagle - Yes

  • Papua New Guinea - Raggiana bird-of-paradise - Yes

  • Paraguay - Bare-throated bellbird - Yes

National birds

  • Peru - Andean cock-of-the-rock - Yes

  • Philippines - Philippine eagle - Yes

  • Poland - White-tailed eagle - Yes

  • Puerto Rico - Puerto Rican spindalis - Yes

  • Saint Helena - Saint Helena plover - Yes

  • Saint Kitts and Nevis - Brown pelican - Yes

  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - St Vincent parrot - Yes

  • Scotland - Golden eagle - No

  • Serbia - Eagle, Griffon vulture - Yes

  • Singapore - Crimson sunbird - No 

  • South Africa - Blue crane - Yes       

  • Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka junglefowl - Yes

  • Swaziland - Purple-crested turaco - Yes

  • Sweden - Common blackbird - Yes

  • Thailand - Siamese fireback - Yes

  • Trinidad and Tobago - Scarlet ibis, Cocrico - Yes

  • Uganda - East African crowned crane - Yes

  • United Arab Emirates – Falcon - Yes

  • United Kingdom - European robin - No

  • United States - Bald eagle - Yes      

  • Uruguay - Southern lapwing - No

  • Venezuela - Venezuelan troupial - Yes

  • Wales - Red Kite - No

  • Zambia - African fish eagle - Yes

  • Zimbabwe - African fish eagle - Yes

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