DMOZ Recreation Pets Birds Species
Softbills are small, flying birds that eat soft foods like fruit, nectar or insects, some species include tiny birds and amphibians in their diet. An exception of this rule are Lories and Lorikeets, which live on nectar and fruits but belong to the Parrot species and are not considered softbills.
Most softbills belong to Class: Aves, Order: Passeriformes, Family: Passerines but not all of them, and some of the species are Non-Passerines.
Some examples of softbill species are Broadbills, Manakins, Sunbirds, Honeyeaters, Starlings-Mynahs, Drongos from the passerines family and Hammerkops, Jacanas, Turacos, Frogmouths, Hummingbirds, Mousebirds, Hornbills and Toucans-Aracaris from the non-passerines.
Information on care and feeding, along with pictures, and a message board.
Offers pictures and stories.
Softbills for Sale
Species descriptions and pictures, articles, and classified advertising.
Information European starlings. Includes pictures and articles about baby bird care, diet, sexing, health, bone fracture repair, tips and history.
The Toucanet's Roost
Dedicated to toucanets and other members of the Ramphastidae family. Pictures and links.
A website for a private breeder of a number of species of Touraco (family - Musophagidae), often also known by the names Turaco or lourie.
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