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Kasarangang mga Langgam

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[Common Birds]

 

abestrus – ostrich

abukay – parrot (white)

alimukon – dove (Philippine)

ananakyod– wagtail bird

anghiliw – Philippine Robin

antulihaw; damudlaw – oriole

balaguko – turtle-dove

balatok; batok – woodpecker

baliala – magpie bird

banog – hawk; kite

bawod; balod – dove (large brown)

bibi – duck (brown)

buntog – quail bird

butabuta; sayaw – swift bird

buwitre; kikik – vulture

gakit – mallard

gangsa – goose

gitgit; it-it – swallow bird

goryon; langgam pari; bilitsina – sparrow; Chinese maya

hansa – swan

iling; sal-ing – baldhead starling

itik – duck

kalaw – hornbill

kanaway – sea gull

kubol – phoenix (mythical bird)

kukok – cuckoo (fantailed cuckoo)

kulampisaw – frigate bird

kurukutok; kurukuko – dove (small)

kusi – parrot (green)

kuwahaw – Asian koel bird

lansiyang; galansiyang – black starling

lapay – night heron; rufous

magak – snipe (marsh snipe) bird

manaol – eagle

manatad – pigeon (ground-green)

manhak – owl

maya – chestnut manikin

pabo – turkey

punay – dove (green)

salampati – dove

siloy – black shama

tabon – heron

tagul-ol – thrush bird

tamsi – humming bird

tibalas – thrush (white breasted)

tigtig; tagtag – hummingbird (red breasted)

tikarol – kingfisher

tikling; ababakuwa– roadrunner bird

tikwi – eagle, serpent

tukmo – pigeon, Philippine

uwak – crow

 

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