2014 in birding and ornithology

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See also 2013 in birding and ornithology, main events of 2014 and 2015 in birding and ornithology

The year 2014 in birding and ornithology.


New species[edit]

See also Bird species new to science described in the 2000s

Taxonomic developments[edit]



World listing[edit]



Breeding birds[edit]

Migrant and wintering birds[edit]

Rare birds[edit]

Other events[edit]

North America[edit]

  • An estimated 365 million to 968 million birds are killed every year in collisions with buildings; 140,000 to 328,000 are killed by wind turbines and thousands by civilian aircraft.[6]


  1. ^ Buzzetti, Belmonte-Lopes, Reinert, Silveira & Bornschein. "2013" (2014). "A new species of Formicivora Swainson, 1824 (Thamnophilidae) from the state of São Paulo, Brazil". Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia. 21 (4): 269–291.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  2. ^ Seán B. A. Kelly; David J. Kelly; Natalie Cooper; Andi Bahrun; Kangkuso Analuddin; Nicola M. Marples (2014). "Molecular and Phenotypic Data Support the Recognition of the Wakatobi Flowerpecker (Dicaeum kuehni) from the Unique and Understudied Sulawesi Region". PLOS ONE. 9 (6): e98694. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098694. PMC 4045762.
  3. ^ Mazar Barnett, J.; Buzzetti, D.R.C. (2014). "A new species of Cichlocolaptes Reichenbach 1853 (Furnariidae), the 'gritador-do-nordeste', an undescribed trace of the fading bird life of northeastern Brazil". Rev Bras Ornitol. 22 (2): 75–94.
  4. ^ Giovanni Nachtigall Maurício; Ricardo Belmonte-Lopes; José Fernando Pacheco; Luís Fábio Silveira; Bret M. Whitney & Marcos Ricardo Bornschein (2014). "Taxonomy of 'Mouse-colored Tapaculos' (II): An endangered new species from the montane Atlantic Forest of southern Bahia, Brazil (Passeriformes: Rhinocryptidae: Scytalopus)". The Auk. 131 (4): 643–659. doi:10.1642/AUK-14-16.1.
  5. ^ Harris, J.B.C.; Rasmussen, P.C.; Yong, D.L.; Prawiradilaga, D.M.; Putra, D.D.; Round, P.D.; Rheindt, F.E. (2014). "A New Species of Muscicapa Flycatcher from Sulawesi, Indonesia". PLOS ONE. 9 (11): e112657. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0112657. PMC 4242539.
  6. ^ Evans Odgen, Lesley (10 June 2017). "The Friendly Skies". New Scientist. No. 3129. pp. 38–41.