Sunday Inspiration – Passeriformes Review I

Pompadour Cotinga (Xipholena punicea) ©©holyknight33 Flickr

Pompadour Cotinga (Xipholena punicea) ©©holyknight33 Flickr

“Remember his marvellous works that he hath done, his wonders, and the judgments of his mouth;” (1Ch 16:12)

Now that the Passeriformes – Songbird families were all presented weekly, let’s review these families. The slide show will show one photo from each family. These will be in taxonomic order.

Also, the links to these families will be listed and the article associated with them. This will be a several week review. There are 131 families. All total, there are over 6,000 birds in these families and thankfully, most of them we were able to show. Some photos are protected by copyright and it was not possible to find a photo. Yet, there were more show than we would ever be able to see individually, in person.

Acanthisittidae – New Zealand Wrens
Eurylaimidae – Broadbills
Pittidae – Pittas
Furnariidae – Ovenbirds
Thamnophilidae – Antbirds
Formicariidae – Antthrushes
Grallariidae – Antpittas
Conopophagidae – Gnateaters
Rhinocryptidae – Tapaculos
Melanopareiidae – Crescentchests
Tyrannidae – Tyrant Flycatchers
Cotingidae – Cotingas
Pipridae – Manakins
Tityridae – Tityras, Becards
Menuridae – Lyrebirds
Atrichornithidae – Scrubbirds
Ptilonorhynchidae – Bowerbirds
Climacteridae – Australasian Treecreepers
Maluridae – Australasian Wrens
Meliphagidae – Honeyeaters
Dasyornithidae – Bristlebirds
Pardalotidae – Pardalotes
Acanthizidae – Australasian Warblers
Pomatostomidae – Australasian Babblers
Orthonychidae – Logrunners
Cnemophilidae – Satinbirds
Melanocharitidae – Berrypeckers, Longbills
Paramythiidae – Painted Berrypeckers
Callaeidae – New Zealand Wattlebirds
Notiomystidae – Stitchbird
Psophodidae – Whipbirds, Jewel-babblers and Quail-thrushes
Platysteiridae – Wattle-eyes, Batises
Tephrodornithidae – Woodshrikes and allies
Prionopidae – Helmetshrikes
Malaconotidae – Bushshrikes
Machaerirhynchidae – Boatbills
Vangidae – Vangas
Pityriaseidae – Bristlehead
Artamidae – Woodswallows,butcherbirds and allies
Rhagologidae – Mottled Berryhunter

Black-necked Wattle-eye (Platysteira chalybea) ©TimBoucher

Black-necked Wattle-eye (Platysteira chalybea) ©TimBoucher

“I remember the days of old; I meditate on all thy works; I muse on the work of thy hands.” (Psa 143:5)

Beginning of Passeriformes Order (Songbirds) For The Sunday Inspiration

More Amazing Birds ~ “Jesus What A Might Name” – Pastor Jerry w/Choir and Orchestra

Ant Birds ~ “He Looked Beyond My Fault” ~ ©The Hyssongs

Everlasting God ~”Everlasting God” – Pastor Jerry, Reagan Osborne, Caleb & Jessie Padgett

Flycatchers ~ “Amazing Grace” – Orchestra and “I Love You, Written in Red” – Choir (Faith Baptist Church)

Give Thanks ~ “Give Thanks” ~ sung by Mark Quijano, his YouTube Channel

There is a Redeemer ~ “There is a Redeemer,” played by Nell Reese at Faith Baptist Church

Australian Birds ~ “How Can I Keep From Singing” – Pastor Jerry Smith, Jessie and Caleb Padgett and Reagan Osborne

Honeyeaters ~ “Blood of Jesus Medley” ~ Faith Baptist Church Choir

Worthy ~ “Worthy” ~ Faith Baptist Choir and Orchestra

Variety II ~ “Just A Little Talk With Jesus” – Vegter Six

Whipbirds, Wattle-eyes and Allies – ” Be Thou My Vision and Battle Hymn of the Republic” ~ played by Sean Fielder

Woodshrikes and Helmetshrikes ~ ” I’ve Got Joy” ~ by the Faith Baptist Orchestra

Bushshrikes and Boatbills ~ “We Shall See Jesus” ~ Margaret Hiebert, Pastor and Jill Osborne and Pastor Jerry Smith

Vangas and Friends ~ “I Still Believe” – ©The Hyssongs



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“Bless the LORD, O my soul. O LORD my God, thou art very great; thou art clothed with honour and majesty.” (Psa 104:1)

“To Win My Soul” – Sung by Jessie Padgett”

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