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Pardalotidae - Pardalotes

 

Classification

 Phylum: Chordata
 Class: Aves
 Order: Passeriformes 
 Family: Pardalotidae
RedbrowedPardaloteThere are four bird species in this family. They are found in Australia and are sometimes known as Australian warblers.

Pardalotes are small, brightly-colored birds with short legs; short, black bills; and stubby tails. They eat insects and spiders.

Except when they are breeding, pardalotes are usually found high up in eucalyptus trees hunting for food. They nest in tree hollows or in holes they make in earthen banks.

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World Status Key
Least ConcernLeast Concern Near ThreatenedNear Threatened VulnerableVulnerable EndangeredEndangered Critically EndangeredCritically Endangered extinct in the wildExtinct in Wild extinctExtinct
Status and range is taken from ICUN Redlist. If no status is listed, there is not enough data to establish status.

US Status Key
Threatened in US Threatened in US Threatened in New Hampshire Threatened in NH Endangered in US Endangered in US Endangered in NH Endangered in NH Introduced Introduced
Status taken from US Fish and Wildlife and NH Fish and Game

  New Hampshire Species

 

 North/Central American Species

None
  None

Other Species Around the World

Africa Africa Asia Asia Australia Australia/Oceania Europe Europe North America North America South America South America New Hampshire Species NH

Spotted Pardalote - Pardalotus punctatus Least Concern Australia
Forty-spotted Pardalote - Pardalotus quadragintus Endangered Australia
  Red-browed Pardalote - Pardalotus rubricatus Least Concern Australia
Striated Pardalote - Pardalotus striatus Least Concern Australia

Additional Information

Key: profile Profile Photos Photos Video Video Audio Audio

Forty-spotted Pardalote - Pardalotus quadragintus profile Photos Endangered Australia
The forty-spotted pardalote is found in Tasmania.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Forty-spotted Pardalote - Pardalotus quadragintus Photos Endangered Australia
The forty-spotted pardalote has as many as 60 white spots on its wings.
Source: Internet Bird Collection Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Forty-spotted Pardalote - Pardalotus quadragintus profile Photos Video Audio Endangered Australia
The forty-spotted pardalote is one of the smallest birds in Australia.
Source: Tasmania Online Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Forty-spotted Pardalote - Pardalotus quadragintus profile Photos Endangered Australia
The forty-spotted pardalote population is endnagered due to habitat loss.
Source: BirdLife International Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Red-browed Pardalote - Pardalotus rubricatus Photos Least Concern Australia
The red-browed pardalote is found in Australia.
Source: Internet Bird Collection Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Spotted Pardalote - Pardalotus punctatus Photos Video Least Concern Australia
The spotted pardalote is found in Australia.
Source: Internet Bird Collection Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Striated Pardalote - Pardalotus striatus Photos Video Audio Least Concern Australia
The striated pardalote is found in Australia.
Source: Internet Bird Collection Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No