Synonyms for cheeked_tit or Related words with cheeked_tit

throated_redstart              throated_robin_irania              tailed_hillstar              monasa_morphoeus              bellied_munia              tailed_wheatear_oenanthe_leucopyga              hodgson_redstart              naped_tit              niveogularis              naped_pigeon_columba              collared_seedeater_sporophila_torqueola              grafisia              bellied_seedsnipe              winged_magpie              eyed_parakeet_psittacara              cinnyris_talatala              throated_laughingthrush_garrulax              urochroa              throated_caracara              malouinus              white_winged_redstart              spotted_flufftail_sarothrura_pulchra              lc_rhipidura              asiatica_zenaida_dove_zenaida              bellied_spinetail              capped_redstart_chaimarrornis_leucocephalus              melanozanthos              tailed_stonechat              faced_heron_egretta              throated_crake              lonchura_kelaarti              fronted_woodpecker_melanerpes              spermestes_cucullatus_black              red_chested_flufftail              myioparus_plumbeus              bougueri              bellied_kingfisher_corythornis              schuettii              bellied_bustard_eupodotis_senegalensis              vented_euphonia_euphonia_minuta              tailed_crested_flycatcher              fronted_nunbird              dixiphia_pipra              euryura              crested_elaenia_elaenia_albiceps              throated_foliage              chested_alethe              daurian_redstart_phoenicurus_auroreus              bellied_antbird              throated_munia_euodice_malabarica             

Examples of "cheeked_tit"
The yellow-cheeked tit ("Machlolophus spilonotus") is a species of bird in the family Paridae.
The grey-cheeked tit-babbler ("Macronus flavicollis") is a species of bird in the Timaliidae family. It is endemic to Indonesia.
The yellow-cheeked tit was formerly one of the many species in the genus "Parus" but was moved to "Machlolophus" after a molecular phylogenetic analysis published in 2013 showed that the members of the new genus formed a distinct clade.
The white-cheeked bushtit ("Aegithalos leucogenys"), also known as the white-cheeked tit, is a species of bird in the family Aegithalidae. It is found in Afghanistan, Kashmir region, and Pakistan.
About 315 species of birds have been recorded in this ecoregion from tiny warblers to large pheasants such as the western tragopan ("Tragopan melanocephalus"), satyr tragopan ("Tragopan satyra"), koklass pheasant ("Pucrasia macrolopha"), Himalayan monal ("Lophophorus impejanus") and cheer pheasant ("Catreus wallichi"). Near-endemic birds of the forests include the white-cheeked tit, white-throated tit, spectacled finch, Kashmir flycatcher, Tytler's leaf-warbler, orange bullfinch, and Kashmir nuthatch, while the Himalayan quail which used to be found here is now thought to be extinct.
The Indian black-lored tit, Indian tit, or Indian yellow tit (Grimmett "et al.", 2011) ("Machlolophus aplonotus") is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. The yellow-cheeked tit is probably its closest relative, and both may be related to the yellow tit. These three tits almost certainly form a distinct lineage as evidenced by morphology, and mtDNA cytochrome "b" sequence analysis (Gill "et al.", 2005). The subgenus name "Macholophus" may apply for them.
The Himalayan black-lored tit ("Machlolophus xanthogenys"), also known as simply black-lored tit, is a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. The yellow-cheeked tit is probably its closest relative, and it may also be related to the yellow tit. These three tits almost certainly form a distinct lineage, as indicated by morphology, and mtDNA cytochrome "b" sequence analysis (Gill "et al.", 2005).
A large number of residential and migratory birds are found in this region, nearly 130 varieties. Little grebe, little cormorant, Indian darter (snake bird), gray heron, pond heron, cattle egret, little egret, painted stork, white-necked stork, spoonbill, lesser whistling thrush, ruddy shelduck, pintail, cotton teal, spotbill, nukta, parah kite, shikra, white-eyed buzzard, king vulture, white-backed vulture, tawny eagle, white scavenger vulture, eastrel, black partridge, rain quail, jungle bush quail, Indian peafowl, sarus crane, white-breasted waterhen, moorhen, purple moorhen, common coot, pheasant-tailed jacana, red-wattled lapwing, red shank, wood sandpiper, common sandpiper, little stint, black-winged stilt, stone-curlew, Indian courser, river tern, common sandgrouse, green pigeon, blue rock pigeon, red turtle dove, Indian ring dove, spotted dove, little brown dove, Alexandrine parakeet, rose-ringed parakeet, blossom-headed parakeet, common hawk-cuckoo, pied crested cuckoo, koel, crow pheasant, spotted owlet, collared scops owl, Franklis nightjar, house swift, palm swift, pied kingfisher, common kingfisher, white breasted kingfisher, green bee-eater, blue tailed eater, blue-cheeked bee-eater, Indian roller, European roller, hoopoe, gray hornbill, coppersmith, golden backed woodpecker, yellow fronted pied woodpecker, Indian pitta, red winged bush lark, ashy crowned finchlark, rufous tailed finchlark, crested lark, dusky crag martin, wire-tailed swallow, red-rumped swallow, gray shrike, bay-backed shrike, rufous backed shrike, golden oriole, black drongo (king crow), white-bellied drongo, brahminy myna, rody paster, common myna, bank myna, Indian tree pie, house crow, jungle crow, black-headed cuckooshrike, scarlet minivet, common iora, red-vented bulbul, common babbler, yellow-eyed babbler, large grey babbler, gray headed flycatcher, red-breasted flycatcher, white browed fantail flycatcher, paradise flycatcher, Franklin's ween warbler, tailorbird, lesser whitethroat, Indian robin, crested bunting, magpie robin, brown rock chat, collared bush chat, pied bush chat, large cuckooshrike, wood shrike, grey tit, yellow-cheeked tit, yellow headed wagtail, grey wagtail, white wagtail, purple sunbird, white-eye, house sparrow, weaver bird, red avadavat, white-throated munia, scaly-breasted munia, are a few varieties that are common to this forest region.