Birds-Artamidae (Currawongs, butcherbirds, wood swallows)

Artamidae is a family of passerine birds found in Australia, the Indo-Pacific region, and Southern Asia. It includes 23 extant species in four genera and two subfamilies: Artaminae (with only one genus, the woodswallows) and Cracticinae (currawongs, butcherbirds, and the Australian magpie). Artamidae used to be monotypic, containing only the woodswallows, but it was expanded to include the family Cracticidae in 1994. Some authors, however, still treat the two as separate families.
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Ivory-backed Woodswallow

Oriental Bird Club Image Database : Ivory-backed Woodswallow

White-browed Woodswallow (Artamus superciliosus) videos, photos and sound recordings | the Internet Bird Collection | HBW Alive

White-browed Woodswallow (Artamus superciliosus) videos, photos and sound recordings | the Internet Bird Collection | HBW Alive

Cracticus nigrogularis - Pied Butcherbird

Artamidae (Magpies et al)

White-breasted Woodswallows (Artumus leucorynchus)

White-breasted Woodswallows-by ottimista

White-browed Woodswallow - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers

White-browed Woodswallow - Photographers: K Vang and W Dabrowka © Bird Explorers


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