Passerine birds

Passerine birds for UPSC IAS
  • Passerine birds are a member of the order Passeriformes.
    • It is the largest order of birds, containing more than half of all species.
  • They are perching birds or, less accurately, songbirds.
  • Passerines are all terrestrial and found on all continents except Antarctica.

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