Worldbuilding Wednesday 2/21/18: Birds

Astranci by Caelicorn on deviantART

Astranci, by Caelicorn

 

It’s pretty easy to name a new species of bird. Their beaks and tails adhere to certain shapes, and body parts such as eyes, breasts, and wings share certain features also. Their habitats name them, as well as their food, calls, and mating behavior.

So if you want some fictional avian or avians in your story, you can get one here.

Imaginary Bird Species


 

Mermigan

Short-Breasted Forest Wren

Pidgekin

Scarlet-Tailed Bobber

Shearback

Ground Fisher

Bee-Eating Blue Swift

Soft-Tailed Warwill

Snowy Finch

Canyon Goose

Mullsnip

Emerald-collared Finch

Sedge Thorntail

White-Backed Warbler

Ground Swordbill

Rose-Crested Sucker

Sultan Swan

Soft-Bellied Sismou

Sapphire Spineback

Rose-Throated Creeper

Long-Tailed Lowlands Jay

Gypsy Bluff Ibis

Saddletail

Whooping Spadebird

Parokha

Long-Eyed Prairie Pigeon

Woodriole

Whiskered Sickleback

Glossy-Spotted Spadewing

Gray-Backed Swift

Pidgeonette

Screaming Pheasant

Evening Redback

Emerald-Crested Mullboola

Russet Scythebird

Golden Creeper

Bush Goose

Glossy-Chinned Stork

Forest Redbird

Short-Rumped Warkin

Sedge Stork

Sapphire-Tailed Parakeet

Lesser Coslet

Double-Plumed Kakarata

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