List of passerine birds of Korea

List of passerine birds of Korea

This is a list of all passerine birds ever recorded in Korea, including the Korean Peninsula and surrounding islands.

Passeriformes

Pittidae

* "Pitta nympha" Fairy Pitta

Laniidae

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Bull-headed Shrike
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Northern Shrike
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Steppe Grey Shrike
"link wikispecies|Lanius pallidirostris"|
Winter migrant on west coast.|
*K: Accidental. [Only one tentative record. Moores & Moores (2004).]
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Campephagidae

* "Pericrocotus divaricatus" Ashy Minivet
* "Coracina melaschistos" Black-winged Cuckoo-shrike

Monarchidae

* "Terpsiphone paradisi" Asian Paradise-Flycatcher
* "Terpsiphone atrocaudata" Japanese Paradise-Flycatcher

Oriolidae

* "Oriolus chinensis" Black-naped Oriole

Dicruridae

* "Dicrurus macrocercus" Black Drongo
* "Dicrurus hottentottus" Hair-crested Drongo
* "Dicrurus leucophaeus" Ashy Drongo

Artamidae

* "Artamus leucorynchus" White-breasted Woodswallow

Corvidae

* "Pica sericea" Korean Magpie (sometimes considered conspecific with the Common Magpie, "Pica pica")
* "Garrulus glandarius" Eurasian Jay
* "Cyanopica cyana" Azure-winged Magpie
* "Nucifraga caryocatactes" Spotted Nutcracker
* "Corvus dauuricus" Daurian Jackdaw
* "Corvus frugilegus" Rook
* "Corvus corone" Carrion Crow
* "Corvus macrorhynchos" Large-billed Crow
* "Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax" Red-billed Chough

Bombycillidae

* "Bombycilla garrulus" Bohemian Waxwing
* "Bombycilla japonica" Japanese Waxwing

Cinclidae

* "Cinclus pallasii" Brown Dipper

Turdidae

* "Monticola gularis" White-throated Rock-Thrush
* "Monticola solitarius" Blue Rock-Thrush
* "Zoothera sibirica" Siberian Thrush
* "Zoothera dauma" Scaly Thrush
* "Turdus hortulorum" Grey-backed Thrush
* "Turdus cardis" Japanese Thrush
* "Turdus obscurus" Eyebrowed Thrush
* "Turdus pallidus" Pale Thrush
* "Turdus chrysolaus" Brown-headed Thrush
* "Turdus ruficollis" Dark-throated Thrush
* "Turdus naumanni eunomus" Dusky Thrush (ssp. in Japan)
* "Turdus naumanni naumanni" Dusky thrush
* "Turdus merula" Eurasian Blackbird

Muscicapidae

* "Muscicapa griseisticta" Grey-streaked Flycatcher
* "Muscicapa sibirica" Dark-sided Flycatcher
* "Muscicapa dauurica" Asian Brown Flycatcher
* "Ficedula zanthopygia" Yellow-rumped Flycatcher
* "Ficedula narcissina" Narcissus Flycatcher
* "Ficedula mugimaki" Mugimaki Flycatcher
* "Ficedula parva" Red-breasted Flycatcher
* "Cyanoptila cyanomelana" Blue-and-white Flycatcher
* "Erithacus akahige" Japanese Robin
* "Luscinia sibilans" Rufous-tailed Robin
* "Luscinia calliope" Siberian Rubythroat
* "Luscinia svecica" Bluethroat
* "Luscinia cyane" Siberian Blue Robin
* "Tarsiger cyanurus" Orange-flanked Bush-Robin
* "Phoenicurus ochruros" Black Redstart
* "Phoenicurus auroreus" Daurian Redstart
* "Saxicola maura" Siberian Stonechat
* "Saxicola ferrea" Grey Bushchat
* "Oenanthe hispanica" Black-eared Wheatear
* "Oenanthe pleschanka" Pied Wheatear

Sturnidae

* "Sturnus cineraceus" White-cheeked Starling
* "Sturnus philippensis" Chestnut-cheeked Starling
* "Sturnus sturninus" Purple-backed Starling
* "Sturnus sinensis" White-shouldered Starling
* "Sturnus vulgaris" Common Starling

Sittidae

* "Sitta europaea" Eurasian Nuthatch
* "Sitta villosa" Snowy-browed Nuthatch

Certhidae

* "Certhia familiaris" Common Treecreeper
* "Troglodytes troglodytes" Winter Wren

Paridae

* "Parus major" Great Tit
* "Parus varius" Varied Tit
* "Parus ater" Coal Tit
* "Parus montanus" Willow Tit
* "Parus palustris" Marsh Tit
* "Panurus biarmicus" Bearded Tit
* "Remiz pendulinus" Eurasian Penduline Tit

Aegithalidae

* "Aegithalos caudatus" Long-tailed Tit

Hirundinidae

* "Riparia riparia" Sand Martin
* "Hirundo rustica" Barn Swallow
* "Hirundo dauric" Red-rumped Swallow ("daurica"?)
* "Delichon urbica" House Martin

Regulidae

* "Regulus regulus" Goldcrest


= Pycnonotidae =

* "Ixos amaurotis" Brown-eared Bulbul

Cisticolidae

* "Cisticola juncidis" Zitting Cisticola
* "Rhopophilus pekinensis" White-browed Chinese Warbler


= Zosteropidae =

* "Zosterops erythropleurus" Chestnut-flanked White-eye
* "Zosterops japonicus" Japanese White-eye

Sylviidae

* "Urosphena squameiceps" Asian Stubtail
* "Cettia diphone" Japanese Bush-Warbler
* "Locustella lanceolata" Lanceolated Warbler
* "Locustella certhiola" Pallas's Grasshopper Warbler
* "Locustella ochotensis" Middendorff's Grasshopper Warbler
* "Locustella pleskei",/ Pleske's Grasshopper Warbler
* "Locustella fasciolata" Gray's Grasshopper Warbler
* "Acrocephalus bistrigiceps" Black-browed Reed Warbler
* "Acrocephalus arundinaceus" Great Reed Warbler
* "Acrocephalus aedon" Thick-billed Warbler
* "Phylloscopus fuscatus" Dusky Warbler
* "Phylloscopus schwarzi" Radde's Warbler
* "Bradypterus thoracicus" Spotted Bush-Warbler
* "Phylloscopus proregulus" Lemon-rumped Warbler
* "Phylloscopus inornatus" Inornate Warbler
* "Phylloscopus borealis" Arctic Warbler
* "Phylloscopus trochiloides" Greenish Warbler
* "Phylloscopus tenellipes" Pale-legged Leaf-Warbler
* "Phylloscopus occipitalis" Western Crowned-Warbler
* "Magalurus pryeri" Japanese Swamp Warbler → ("Locustella"?, Marsh Grassbird, Japanese Marsh Warbler)
* "Paradoxornis webbianus" Vinous-throated Parrotbill
* "Sylvia curruca" Lesser Whitethroat

Alaudidae

* "Calandrella cinera" Red-capped Lark ("cinerea"?)
* "Calandrella rufescens" Lesser Short-toed Lark
* "Galerida cristata" Crested Lark
* "Alauda arvensis" Sky Lark

Passeridae

* "Passer rutilans" Russet Sparrow
* "Passer montanus" Eurasian Tree Sparrow

* "Dendronanthus indicus" Forest Wagtail
* "Motacilla alba" White Wagtail
* "Motacilla lugens" Black-backed Wagtail
* "Motacilla grandis" Japanese Wagtail
* "Motacilla flava" Yellow Wagtail
* "Motacilla cinerea" Grey Wagtail
* "Anthus richardi" Richard's Pipit
* "Anthus godlewskii" Blyth's Pipit
* "Anthus hodgsoni" Olive-backed Pipit
* "Anthus gustavi" Pechora Pipit
* "Anthus cervinus" Red-throated Pipit
* "Anthus roseatus" Rosy Pipit
* "Anthus spinoletta" Water Pipit

* "Prunella collaris" Alpine Accentor
* "Prunella montanella" Siberian Accentor

Fringillidae

* "Fringilla montifringilla" Brambling
* "Carduelis sinica" Grey-capped Greenfinch
* "Carduelis pinus" Pine Siskin
* "Carduelis hornemanni" Hoary Redpoll
* "Carduelis flammea" Common Redpoll

* "Leucosticte arctoa" Asian Rosy-Finch
* "Uragus sibiricus" Long-tailed Rosefinch
* "Carpodacus erythrinus" Common Rosefinch
* "Carpodacus roseus" Pallas's Rosefinch
* "Pinicola enucleator" Pine Grosbeak
* "Loxia curvirostra" Red Crossbill
* "Loxia leucoptera" White-winged Crossbill
* "Pyrrhula pyrrhula" Eurasian Bullfinch
* "Coccothraustes coccothraustes" Hawfinch
* "Eophona migratoria" Yellow-billed Grosbeak
* "Eophona personata" Japanese Grosbeak

* "Emberiza cioides" Meadow Bunting
* "Emberiza leucocephala" Pine Bunting ("leucocephalos"?)
* "Emberiza jankowskii" Rufous-backed Bunting
* "Emberiza tristrami" Tristram's Bunting
* "Emberiza fucata" Chestnut-eared Bunting
* "Emberiza pusilla" Little Bunting
* "Emberiza chrysophrys" Yellow-browed Bunting
* "Emberiza rustica" Rustic Bunting
* "Emberiza elegans" Yellow-throated Bunting
* "Emberiza aureola" Yellow-breasted Bunting
* "Emberiza rutila" Chestnut Bunting
* "Emberiza sulphurata" Yellow Bunting
* "Emberiza spodocephala" Black-faced Bunting
* "Emberiza variabilis" Grey Bunting
* "Emberiza pallasi" Pallas's Bunting
* "Emberiza schoeniclus" Reed Bunting
* "Emberiza yessoensis" Ochre-rumped Bunting
* "Emberiza bruniceps" Red-headed Bunting
* "Calcarius lapponicus" Lapland Longspur
* "Plectrophenax nivalis" Snow Bunting

Notes

References and further reading

*Collinson, Martin. "Splitting headaches? Recent taxonomic changes affecting the British and Western Palaearctic lists" British Birds vol 99 (June 2006), 306-323
*cite book|author=Jo, Sam-rae (조삼래)|title=서산의 새 [Seosanui sae] [English title: Birds of Seosan, Korea] |publisher=Kongju National University Press|location=Gongju, South Korea|year=2002|id=ISBN 89-88421-34-5
*cite book|author=Lee, Woo-Shin|coauthors=Tae-Hoe Koo, Jin-Young Park; Desmond Allen, tr.|title=A field guide to the birds of Korea|publisher=LG Evergreen Foundation|location=Seoul|year=2000|id=ISBN 89-951415-0-6
*cite journal
last = Moores
first = Nial
coauthors = Charlie Moores
year = 2004
title = A presumed Steppe Grey Shrike (Lanius pallidirostris) on Socheong Island, S Korea
journal = Biological Letters
volume = 41
issue = 2
pages = 163–166
url = http://www.biollett.amu.edu.pl/biollett_41_2_13.pdf
format = PDF
accessdate = 2006-12-25


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