It is estimated that there are over 9,000 species of birds identified throughout the world and Brazil is a country with the largest number of species, recording their territory to 1,822 species, according CBRO – Brazilian Committee ofOrnithological Records.
To provide bird lovers the opportunity to learn something more about this fascinating world winged as well as to assist in the educational environment and the development of tourist activity, which we consider very important activity as environmentally friendly in the way of the proposed development, dedicated this sector exclusively to birds in Brazil, their lovers and scholars.
The content presented is the result of decades of study and field research of Antonio Silveira.
To visualize the following pages in english, access http://www.aultimaarcadenoe.com.br/category/fauna/aves-ornitologia/ and use google online translator on the homepage of our website:
Birdlists by localities (Brazil) (also1) (English)
Birdlists of localities (other countries)
Ornithological Trip Reports (Reports Travel Ornithology)
Miscellaneous Ornithological Themes
Articles, notes and records documented ornithological
October 5 is the “AVE OF THE DAY” in Brazil
(Fed Decree 63234 of September 12, 1968)
(Portuguese-English translation by Antonio Silveira with the help of google translator on line)
(inserted page in English on 21/10/2011)