# Species:171
# Excl Vagrants:171
# Endemics:65
# Near Endemics:0


List of target species for the country that could possibly be seen at this location. Target birds are those that are endemic, near endemic, critically endangered or endangered according to the IUCN, best seen in this country, or always considered by us to be a target. Accidentals, vagrants, and very rare species are excluded from this list.

color codes

1Sunda TealAnas gibberifronsBC
2White-faced Cuckoo-DoveTuracoena manadensisE
3Gray-cheeked Green-PigeonTreron griseicaudaE
4Red-eared Fruit-DovePtilinopus fischeriE
5Maroon-chinned Fruit-DovePtilinopus epiusE
6White-bellied Imperial-PigeonDucula forsteniE
7Gray-headed Imperial-PigeonDucula radiataE
8Silver-tipped Imperial-PigeonDucula luctuosaBC
9Sulawesi CuckooCuculus crassirostrisE
10Bay CoucalCentropus celebensisE
11Yellow-billed MalkohaRhamphococcyx calyorhynchusE
12Black-billed KoelEudynamys melanorhynchusBC
13Moluccan Drongo-CuckooSurniculus musschenbroekiBC
14Diabolical NightjarEurostopodus diabolicusE
15Sulawesi NightjarCaprimulgus celebensisE
16Sulawesi SwiftletAerodramus sororumE
17Blue-faced RailGymnocrex rosenbergiiE
18Isabelline Bush-henAmaurornis isabellinaE
19Sulawesi Honey-buzzardPernis celebensisE
20Sulawesi Serpent-EagleSpilornis rufipectusE
21Sulawesi Hawk-EagleNisaetus lanceolatusE
22Gray-faced BuzzardButastur indicusBC
23Sulawesi GoshawkAccipiter griseicepsE
24Chinese SparrowhawkAccipiter soloensisBC
25Spot-tailed GoshawkAccipiter trinotatusE
26Small SparrowhawkAccipiter nanusE
27Vinous-breasted SparrowhawkAccipiter rhodogasterBC
28Minahasa Masked-OwlTyto inexspectataE
29Sulawesi Masked-OwlTyto rosenbergiiE
30Sulawesi Scops-OwlOtus manadensisE
31Ochre-bellied BoobookNinox ochraceaE
32Speckled BoobookNinox punctulataE
33Knobbed HornbillRhyticeros cassidixE
34Sulawesi HornbillRhabdotorrhinus exarhatusE
35Sulawesi Dwarf-KingfisherCeyx fallaxE
36Sulawesi Lilac KingfisherCittura cyanotisE
37Green-backed KingfisherActenoides monachusE
38Scaly-breasted KingfisherActenoides princepsE
39Purple-bearded Bee-eaterMeropogon forsteniE
40Purple-winged RollerCoracias temminckiiE
41Sulawesi Pygmy WoodpeckerYungipicus temminckiiE
42Ashy WoodpeckerMulleripicus fulvusE
43Spotted KestrelFalco moluccensisBC
44Ornate LorikeetSaudareos ornataE
45Yellow-cheeked LorikeetSaudareos meyeriE
46Sulawesi Hanging-ParrotLoriculus stigmatusE
47Pygmy Hanging-ParrotLoriculus exilisE
48Sulawesi PittaErythropitta celebensisE
49Dark-eared MyzaMyza celebensisE
50Sulawesi MyzomelaMyzomela chloropteraBC
51White-rumped CuckooshrikeCoracina leucopygiaE
52White-rumped TrillerLalage leucopygialisBC
53Sulawesi CicadabirdEdolisoma morioE
54Maroon-backed WhistlerCoracornis raveniE
55Sulphur-bellied WhistlerPachycephala sulfuriventerE
56Sulawesi FantailRhipidura teysmanniE
57Sulawesi DrongoDicrurus montanusE
58Pale-blue MonarchHypothymis puellaBC
59Sulawesi Bush WarblerLocustella castaneaE
60Sulawesi Leaf WarblerPhylloscopus nesophilusE
61Streak-headed White-eyeHeleia squamicepsE
62Lemon-bellied White-eyeZosterops chlorisE
63Black-crowned White-eyeZosterops atrifronsE
64Sulawesi BabblerPellorneum celebenseE
65Fiery-browed MynaEnodes erythrophrisE
66Sulawesi MynaBasilornis celebensisE
67White-necked MynaStreptocitta albicollisE
68Sulawesi Brown FlycatcherMuscicapa sodhiiE
69Matinan FlycatcherEumyias sanfordiE
70Blue-fronted FlycatcherEumyias hoevelliE
71Sulawesi Blue FlycatcherCyornis omissusBC
72HylocitreaHylocitrea bonensisE
73Yellow-sided FlowerpeckerDicaeum aureolimbatumE
74Crimson-crowned FlowerpeckerDicaeum nehrkorniE
75Gray-sided FlowerpeckerDicaeum celebicumE
76Black-faced MuniaLonchura moluccaE
77Pale-headed MuniaLonchura pallidaE


 *Nomenclature and taxonomic affinities are based on Clements 6th Edition published 2007 with updates through 2021 maintained by the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, which relies largely on the AOU and SACC nomenclature committees. IUCN status may reflect splits not currently recognized by Clements.
**Species not accepted by Clements, AOU, or SACC that we recognize based on the IOC, field observations along with geographical separation, consensus opinions of field guide authors, and other sources. These species are potential splits in future Clements updates.