The common nightingale, a melodic bird found in Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Mediterranean, migrates to Africa and North for breeding during the breeding season.

Canary song birds, native to Spain, have been kept as pets since the 17th century. Males are better singers, imitating sounds and singing in all seasons except summer.

Asian koels, a cuckoo family member, are vocal and found in India, Bangladesh, Australia, Solomon Islands, and Southeast Asia. They inhabit light woodlands, lay eggs, and make loud calls.

Rose-breasted grosbeak, a vibrant song bird native to Northeastern US and Canada, migrates to Central and South America during winter, despite habitat fragmentation and declining populations.

American robins, North American birds with striking plumage and beautiful song, inhabit pine forests, mountainous regions, shrub lands, and woodlands, feeding on earthworms, insects, and fruits.

Song thrush, a beautiful bird with a wide range of notes, sings from tree branches in pairs, inhabiting woodlands, gardens, and parks, and traveling long distances.

The channel-billed cuckoo, the largest parasitic bird, migrates to Eastern Australia during spring, laying eggs in Australian magpie nests, and returning to New Guinea and Indonesia in winter.

House sparrows, found worldwide, communicate through song and aggressive nest protection, primarily feeding on berries, seeds, and insects, with male birds using chirup and cheep notes for contact.

The black-billed magpie is a vocal bird with a large wingspan and a large body, known for mimicking other birds' sounds and being mate-for-life.

Yellow-tailed black cockatoos, a large, distinctive bird found in Southeastern Australia, are known for their loud, high-pitched contact calls, which connect them and alert them when threatened.