Synonyms for cheeked_waxbill or Related words with cheeked_waxbill

browed_tit              musselcracker              lored_babbler              nigra_woolly              myotherinus              bellied_malkoha              fulvogularis              bellied_dacnis              trogon_melanurus              swallow_hirundo_nigrita              necked_weaver_ploceus              merops_bulocki              throated_tody              gaped_honeyeater              tyrannus_ornate_hawk              billed_coucal              rubrifacies              eagle_spizaetus_ornatus              striped_woodcreeper              tailed_hummingbird_eupherusa              pavonina_flufftails              sinensis_schrenck_bittern_ixobrychus              billed_barbet              habia_rubica              fuscans              throated_laughingthrush_garrulax              throated_parakeet              shouldered_tanager_tachyphonus_luctuosus              order_gruiformes_family_sarothruridae              oenanthe_leucura              prosthemelas              poliolophus              rumped_waxbill              estrilda_nonnula              capistratum              coracina_papuensis              albicapillus              mastiff_bat_molossus_ater              aegithalos_concinnus              bonvaloti              lonchura_kelaarti              fronted_woodpecker_melanerpes              abdimii              leucopternis_semiplumbeus              eagle_circaetus_beaudouini              mountaingem_lampornis              malurus_leucopterus              ampelion              throated_piping_guan_pipile              flavicrissalis             

Examples of "cheeked_waxbill"
The black-faced waxbill or black-cheeked waxbill ("Estrilda erythronotos") is a common species of estrildid finch found in southern Africa. It has an estimated global extent of occurrence of 1,300,000 km.
The orange-cheeked waxbill ("Estrilda melpoda") is a common species of estrildid finch native to western and central Africa, with an estimated global extent of occurrence of 3,600,000 km.
The black-cheeked waxbill or red-rumped waxbill ("Estrilda charmosyna") is a common species of estrildid finch found in east Africa. It has an estimated global extent of occurrence of 400,000 km².
The orange-cheeked waxbill lives in small family parties or flocks of thirty of more individuals. Their high-pitched "peeps" are the best clue of their presence. Like most estridids, they are very acrobatic in their movements on twigs and grass stems, "climbing" up and down verticals and hanging upside down while feeding. Males usually have brighter orange patches on the abdomen.
Singapore lies within the East Asian – Australasian Flyway so the park can expect to receive some special migratory bird visitors. A few surprise visitors have been spotted including the Zanzibar red bishop, a native to Africa, the spotted wood owl, native to the jungle forest in Indonesia, long-tailed parakeet, native in the Andaman Islands and the orange-cheeked waxbill, native to western and central Africa. Birds such as the purple heron, scaly-breasted munia and white-breasted waterhen that are seldom seen in a high-dense urban neighbourhood have also been spotted roosting among the vegetation. The Malay Archipelago is one of the world’s greatest biodiversity hotspots, second only to the Amazon, and the tropical rainforest climate is home to an abundance of lush vegetation.