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They are typically smaller than pigeons dowitchereither of two snipelike shore birds, Limnodromus griseus or L. Scolopaceus, of arctic and subarctic North America: family Scolopacidae (sandpipers, etc), order Charadriiformes drongodunlin or red backed sandpipera small sandpiper, Calidris (or Erolia) alpina, of northern and arctic regions, having a brown back and black breast in summer egretany of various wading birds of the genera Egretta, Hydranassa, etc, that are similar to herons but usually have a white plumage and, in the breeding season, long feathery plumes: family Ardeidae, order Ciconiiformes emperor penguinan Antarctic penguin, Aptenodytes forsteri, with orange yellow patches on the neck: the largest penguin, reaching a height of 1.3 m (4 ft) emua large Australian flightless bird, Dromaius novaehollandiae, similar to the ostrich but with three toed feet and grey or brown plumage: order Casuariiformes emu wrenany Australian wren of the genus Stipiturus, having long plumy tail feathers fantaila breed of domestic pigeon having a large tail that can be opened like a fan fernbird (New Zealand)a small brown and white New Zealand swamp bird, Bowdleria punctata, with a fernlike tail fieldfarea large Old World thrush, Turdus pilaris, having a pale grey head and rump, brown wings and back, and a blackish tail fig birdany Australian oriole of the genus Sphecotheres, feeding on figs and other fruit finch any songbird of the family Fringillidae, having a short stout bill for feeding on seeds and, in most species, a bright plumage in the male. Common examples are the goldfinch, bullfinch, chaffinch, siskin, and canary finfootany aquatic bird of the tropical and subtropical family Heliornithidae, having broadly lobed toes, a long slender head and neck, and pale brown plumage: order Gruiformes (cranes, rails etc) firebirdany of various songbirds having a bright red plumage, esp the Baltimore oriole firecresta small European warbler, Regulus ignicapillus, having a crown striped with yellow, black, and white flamingoany large wading bird of the family Phoenicopteridae, having a pink and red plumage and downward bent bill and inhabiting brackish lakes: order Ciconiiformes flower peckerflycatcherany American passerine bird of the family Tyrannidae francolinany African or Asian partridge of the genus Francolinus friarbirdany of various Australian honeyeaters of the genus Philemon, having a naked head frogmouthany nocturnal insectivorous bird of the genera Podargus and Batrachostomus, of SE Asia and Australia, similar to the nightjars: family Podargidae, order Caprimulgiformes galah or (Austral.) galar or gillaran Australian cockatoo, Kakatoe roseicapilla, having grey wings, back, and crest and a pink body gang ganga small black cockatoo, Callocephalon fimbriatum, of SE Australia, the male of which has a scarlet head gnatcatcherany of various small American songbirds of the genus Polioptila and related genera, typically having a long tail and a pale bluish grey plumage: family Muscicapidae (Old World flycatchers, etc) go away birda common name for a grey plumaged lourie of the genus Corythaixoides godwitany large shore bird of the genus Limosa, of northern and arctic regions, having long legs and a long upturned bill: family Scolopacidae (sandpipers, etc), order Charadriiformes goldcresta small Old World warbler, Regulus regulus, having a greenish plumage and a bright yellow and black crown golden oriolea European oriole, Oriolus oriolus, the male of which has a bright yellow head and body with black wings and tail goldfincha common European finch, Carduelis carduelis, the adult of which has a red and white face and yellow and black wings Gouldian finch a multicoloured finch, Chloebia gouldiae, of tropical N Australia grackle or crow blackbirdany American songbird of the genera Quiscalus and Cassidix, having a dark iridescent plumage: family Icteridae (American orioles) grassfinchany Australian weaverbird of the genus Poephila and related genera, many of which are brightly coloured and kept as cagebirds grassquitany tropical American finch of the genus Tiaris and related genera, such as T.