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Names of Fictional Birds

A list of fictional birds from mythology, movies etc.

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BIRDS IN LEGENDS, MYTHOLOGY, AND RELIGION
  • BIRDS IN LEGENDS, MYTHOLOGY, AND RELIGION
    Swan Maiden - a mythical creature who shapeshifts from human form to swan form. 
  • JUDEO-CHRISTIAN
    Noah's Dove 
    Noah's Raven 
  • TALMUDIC
    Bar Juchne 
    Ziz - a giant bird said to be large enough to be able to block out the sun with its wingspan. 
  • AFRICAN MYTHOLOGY
    Lightning Bird - a real or imaginary bird superstitiously associated with special powers, generally lightning. 
  • AZTEC MYTHOLOGY
    Quetzalcoatl - a god of wind, creativity, and fertility, frequently depicted as a Feathered Serpent. 
  • BUDDHIST MYTHOLOGY
    Garuda - enormous predatory birds with intelligence and social organization. 
  • CHINESE MYTHOLOGY
    Fenghuang - mythological birds that reign over all other birds. 
    Shang-Yang 
    Zhu Què (Vermilion Bird) - a mythological spirit creature of the Chinese constellations 
  • EGYPTIAN MYTHOLOGY
    Ba 
    Bennu - the Egyptian correspondence to the phoenix, and is said to be the soul of the Sun-God Ra. 
  • GREEK MYTHOLOGY
    Griffin - a legendary creature with the body of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle. 
    Harpies - winged death-spirits. 
    Phoenix - a mythical sacred firebird. 
    Sirens - female figures that lured sailors to their death with their music. 
    Sphinx - a unique demon of destruction and bad luck represented as a winged lion with a woman's head. 
  • HINDU MYTHOLOGY
    Garuda - a lesser Hindu divinity, usually the mount (vahanam) of Vishnu. 
    Jatayu - a demi-god who has the form of a vulture. 
    Sampaati - brother to Jatayu. 
  • JAPANESE MYTHOLOGY
    Ho-o - Japanese version of the Chinese Fenghuang. 
    Kin-u 
    Suzaku - Japanese version of the Chinese Vermillion Bird. 
    Yatagarasu - a 3-legged raven who belongs to the sun goddess Amaterasu. 
  • KOREAN MYTHOLOGY
    Ju-jak 
    Samjoko - A 3-legged bird associated with the sun.
  • KWAKIUTL MYTHOLOGY
    Kwakwakalanooksiwae 
    Hokhokw 
  • MAGYAR MYTHOLOGY
    Turul - a large falcon that helped shape the origins of the Magyars. 
  • MAYAN MYTHOLOGY
    Camulatz - A bird that ate the heads of the first men. 
    Tecumbalam 
    Xecotcovach 
  • MEXICAN
    The Cu Bird (el Pájaro Cu) 
  • NATIVE AMERICAN MYTHOLOGY
    Pisia 
    Firebird 
    Raven - representative spirit of actual ravens, and often depicted as a trickster or culture hero figure 
    Thunderbird - an enormous bird that causes thunder and stirs the wind from the beating of its wings. 
  • NORSE MYTHOLOGY
    Habrok - the "best" hawk. 
    Hraesvelg - a giant, who in eagle from, creates the wind by beating his wings. 
    Hugin and Munin (Thought and Memory) - a pair of ravens associated with the Norse god Odin. 
    Vedrfolnir - a hawk sitting between the eyes of an eagle in the crown of Yggdrasill, the World Tree. 
  • PERSIAN MYTHOLOGY
    Chamrosh - a bird said to live on the summit of Mount Alborz and is the archetype of all birds
    Roc - an enormous mythical bird of prey, often white, reputed to have been able to carry off and eat elephants. 
    Simurgh - a gigantic, benevolent, mythical flying creature, often part dog or human. 
  • RUSSIAN MYTHOLOGY
    Alkonost - a bird of paradise with the body of a bird and the face of a woman, a derivative of Alcyone. 
    Gamayun - a prophetic bird that lives on an island in the east, close to paradise
    Sirin - a mythological creature with the head and chest of a beautiful woman and the body of a bird (usually an owl). 
    Zhar-Ptitsa - a magical glowing firebird from a faraway land
BIRDS IN TELEVISION
  • Canary M. Burns, the Canary. On The Simpsons
  • Carly, the Cardinal spokes/songbird for National Arbor Day in the U.S. 
  • Dahl (parrot), household pet of the Kennedy family in the Australian soap-opera Neighbours 
  • Fred the cockatoo in Baretta 
  • Owl, from Winnie the Pooh 
  • Rosita, Dolores and Marguerita, parrots who advertise Tropicana brand orange juice on UK TV
BIRDS ON THE RADIO
  • The Wise Old Bird on the planet Brontitall in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
BIRDS IN FILM
  • Babs and Ginger (hens) and Fowler and Rocky (roosters) in Chicken Run 
  • The Crow (based on the comic of the same name) is about a superhero associated with a crow 
  • Falcon (a falcon) and Margalo (a canary) in Stuart Little 2 
  • Paulie (a parrot) in the film of the same name 
  • Mordechai: Pet falcon of Richie Tenenbaum in The Royal Tenenbaums 
  • Waddlesworth (a parrot) in 102 Dalmatians 
  • Howard - "Howard The Duck" aka "Howard: A New Breed of Hero" (1986) 
  • Zazu, from The Lion King 
  • Gill a (Brown Pelican) (Herring Gull), in Finding Nemo 
  • The Vultures (a gastornis) (phorushrhacos) Ice Age 2: Meltdown 
  • Lt. Puffin (a puffin) The Princess Swan
  • Louie, the main character of EB White's The Trumpet of the Swan 
  • Iago (a parrot) from Aladdin 
  • Hedwig, Pigwidgeon ( owls ) from Harry Potter 
BIRDS IN MUSIC
  • Blackbird in the Beatles' Blackbird 
  • The Birds – British band
  • The Black Crowes – American band 
  • The Byrds – American band 
  • The doves in Prince's When Doves Cry 
  • Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd 
  • The old grey goose who drowned in the millpond in Go Tell Aunt Rhody 
  • The Kookaburra of the Australian song of the same name 
  • The Lark Ascending; composition by Vaughan Williams 
  • Mockingbird by Carly Simon and James Taylor 
  • The Mutton Birds – band 
  • The Mynah Birds – band 
  • The Nightingale; composition by Igor Stravinsky 
  • Oiseax exotiques and Catalogue d'oiseaux; organ compositions by Olivier Messiaen. 
  • The turkey in Turkey in the Straw
  •  And Your Bird Can Sing by The Beatles 
  • "City Bird" from the album Satanic Panic in the Attic by Of Montreal. 
  • Bird song in transcribed form is found in Antonio Vivaldi's The Four Seasons
  • "Bird of Paradise" by Snowy White
  • "Bird on a Wire" by Leonard Cohen 
  • "Cry of the Blackbirds" by Amon Amarth 
BIRDS IN SPORTS
  • The Anaheim Ducks 
  • The Arizona Cardinals
  • The Atlanta Hawks
  • The Atlanta Thrashers
  • The Baltimore Orioles 
  • The Baltimore Ravens 
  • The Bellevue Blackhawks 
  • The Boston Doves (now Atlanta Braves) 
  • The Chicago Owls (defunct) 
  • The Kansas Jayhawks 
  • The Oklahoma Thunderbirds (defunct) 
  • The Pittsburgh Condors (defunct) 
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins 
  • The St Louis Cardinals 
  • The St Louis Eagles (defunct) 
  • The Seattle Seahawks 
  • The Toronto Blue Jays 
BIRDS IN ANIMATION, COMICS, PUPPETRY, AND THEME PARKS
  • Abalardo, a very big parrot, Big Bird's Mexican counterpart on Plaza Sesamo 
  • The Aracuan Bird, in various Walt Disney cartoons
  • Archimedes, an owl in Disney's The Sword in the Stone 
  • Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Lugia and Ho-Oh from Pokémon 
  • Beaky Buzzard, a buzzard in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons 
  • Big Bird, a very big canary, and Little Bird on Sesame Street 
  • Big Mama, an owl in the Disney film The Fox and the Hound 
  • Birdee, Kira Yamato's robotic pet created by Athrun Zala as a parting gift; Gundam Seed 
  • Birdie the Early Bird from Mc Donald's 
  • Blackbird, a pirate (based on Blackbeard) in The Legend Of Anne Bunny
  • Booker, a baby chick in Garfield and Friends
  • Buzz Buzzard in Woody Woodpecker
  • Buzby, yellow bird of unspecified species in advertisements for British Telecom in the late 1970s
  • Gallina Caponata, a big (theoretical) chicken in Spanish version of Sesame Street 
  • Camilla, a chicken and Gonzo's romantic interest on The Muppet Show
  • Cathryn Aura and her son Nigel, vultures in Kevin and Kell 
  • Charlie the Owl in the New Zoo Revue 
  • Chicken Pig of Avatar: The Last Airbender 
  • Chilly Willy, a penguin in the Walter Lantz cartoons 
  • Cozy Heart Penguin, a Care Bears cousin 
  • The Crow is a comic about a superhero associated with a crow 
  • The crows in Dumbo 
  • Daffy Duck, a duck in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons 
  • Darkwing Duck, of the Disney television cartoon of the same name 
  • Diablo, Maleficent's raven, in Disney's animated version of Sleeping Beauty 
  • The last of the Dodos in Looney Tunes 
  • Dodo from Animal Crackers
  • Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie in the Walt Disney cartoons 
  • Ludwig Von Drake, and Scrooge McDuck in the Walt Disney cartoons 
  • Duckman, a duck in the cartoon of the same name 
  • Flit, a hummingbird in Disney's animated version of Pocahontas
  • Friend Owl, in Disney's Bambi 
  • Frobisher (aka Avan Tarklu), an alien shapeshifter from the Dr. Who comic strip
  • Foghorn Leghorn, a rooster in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons 
  • Gogo Dodo in Tiny Toon Adventures
  • The Goodfeathers (pigeons) in Animaniacs 
  • Graculus in Noggin the Nog
  • The Great Bird Conspiracy in Kevin and Kell 
  • H. Ross Parrot on Sesame Street
  • Giant hawks flown by the Glider Elves in Elfquest comics 
  • Henery Hawk, a chickenhawk in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons
  • Howard the Duck in the comic book of the same name
  • Howland Owl, and Sarcophagus MacAbre, a vulture in Walt Kelly's Pogo
  • Iago, a parrot in Disney's animated version of Aladdin 
  • Jose Carioca, a parrot in various Walt Disney cartoons
  • Jose, Michael, Pierre, and Fritz, parrots in Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room
  • Kehaar the seagull in Watership Down 
  • Kotreeka birds in Gene Catlow 
  • Matthew, Dream's raven in the DC Comics Sandman series
  • Opus, a penguin in Berkeley Breathed's Bloom County 
  • Owls in Futurama, considered vermin in the 31st Century 
  • Owl in Disney's animated versions of the Winnie the Pooh stories 
  • Panchito, a rooster in The Three Caballeros 
  • Pen2, a penguin from Neon Genesis Evangelion 
  • The penguin waiters in Mary Poppins 
  • Penguins in Avatar: The Last Airbender of Avatar: The Last Airbender 
  • Pigeon, the eponymous avian and central stooge in Sidewards' 
  • Pingu, a penguin in the animated children's series of the same name (Swiss) 
  • Pino, the blue nephew of Big Bird, appears in Sesamstraat, the Dutch spin-off of Sesame Street 
  • Plucky Duck in Tiny Toon Adventures 
  • Pokey the Penguin, a penguin living in the Arctic Circle, in the webcomic of the same name 
  • Professor Yaffle, a Green Woodpecker in Bagpuss (UK) 
  • The purple falcon sidekick of Birdman 
  • Reptile Parrot of Avatar: The Last Airbender 
  • The Road Runner (a roadrunner) in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons 
  • Screaming Bird of Avatar: The Last Airbender 
  • Scuttle, a seagull in Disney's The Little Mermaid 
  • Sheldon, an unhatched chick egg, in Garfield and Friends 
  • Shoe, a grumpy, cigar-smoking newspaper publisher in his own comic strip 
  • Shirley McLoon in Tiny Toon Adventures 
  • Sonny (a cuckoo), a cartoon spokesbird for Cocoa Puffs cereal (USA) 
  • Superchicken 
  • Thundra, a phoenix in Aladdin 
  • Toucan Sam, a toucan, the cartoon spokesbird for Froot Loops cereal (USA) 
  • Turtle Ducks of Avatar: The Last Airbender 
  • Tweety, a canary in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons 
  • The Why Bird, in BBC educational programme Playdays 
  • Woodstock in the Charles Schultz's Peanuts comic strip 
  • Woody Woodpecker, a woodpecker in the Walter Lantz cartoons
  • Yankee Doodle Pigeon in Hanna-Barbera's Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines
  • Ying Ying, Hannibal Roy Bean's henchbird in Xiaolin Showdown 
  • Yoyo, an owl in The Books of Magic comic book by Neil Gaiman and others 
  • Zazu, a hornbill in The Lion King 
BIRDS IN VIDEO GAMES
  • The Chozo in the Metroid series
  • Beat the Bird in Mega Man 
  • Chill Penguin and Storm Eagle in Mega Man X 
  • Overdrive Ostrich in Mega Man X2 
  • Pentarou in Parodius series, Yume Penguin Monogatari, Antarctic Adventure 
  • King Dedede, Coo, Pitch, and Dyna Blade (Kirby) from the Kirby series
  • General Tsao, Captain LeFwee, Clockwerk, and Arpeggio in the Sly Cooper trilogy 
  • Maurie, Cass, Lenny,  in Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 
  • Pengo 
  • Stew, Chick, Penta, Farmer, Evil Twins, from Crash Bandicoot series 
  • Indian Peafowl from Zoo Tycoon 2 
  • Secretary Bird from Zoo Tycoon 2: African Adventure
  • Albatoss in the Yume Kojo: Doki Doki Panic and Super Mario Bros. 2 
  • Raphael Raven in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island 
  • Bumpty in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island 
  • Cyber Peacock and Storm Owl in Mega Man X4 
  • Falco Lombardi in the Star Fox series 
  • Sgt. James Byrd in the Spyro the Dragon series, beginning with Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon 
  • Helmaroc King and Kargorocs in the The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker 
  • Chocobo in the Final Fantasy series 
  • Kaepora Gaebora in the The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 
  • Kazooie, the sidekick in the Banjo-Kazooie series 
  • Celeste, in Animal Crossing: Wild World, the sister of Blathers
  • The Babylon Rogues of Sonic Riders 
  • Tiki the Kiwi from New Zealand Story 
BIRDS IN COMMERCE
  • Granny Goose 
  • Toucan Sam, a toucan, the cartoon spokesbird for Froot Loops cereal (USA) 
  • Floyd D. Duck Bubble Yum 
  • Sonny the Cuckoo Bird 'Coco Puff
 

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