(cranes, limpkins, rails, gallinules, coots, bustards).
Multiple cases were found in Ciconiiformes (n = 4), Columbiformes (n = 4), Gruiformes
(n = 4), Anseriformes (n = 3), Galliformes (n = 3), and Passeriformes (n = 2).
(rails and allies) were the most numerous bird prey of Burmese pythons and represented eight species and 32 individuals (36% of birds consumed).
Cytochrome b sequences are being used to investigate the systematic position of the South American Red-legged Seriema (Cariama cristata) and Black-legged Seriema (Chunga burmeisteri) to the Musophagidae (turacos), Ciconiidae (storks), and Gruiformes
Water birds (according to Sonobe and Usui 1993) of the following orders: Pelecaniformes, Ciconiiformes, Anseriformes, Gruiformes