Babblers and Chatters both belong to the genus Turdoides in the Leiothrichidae family. This genus contains about 30 species distributed across Africa and southern Asia. They are typically fairly large, long-tailed birds which forage in noisy groups (i.e. babbling). The majority of species have drab brown or grey-brown plumage. The genus included both Babblers and Chatters.

Common Babbler (Turdoides caudata)
Afghan Babbler (Turdoides huttoni)
Iraq Babbler (Turdoides altirostris)
Scaly Chatterer (Turdoides aylmeri)
Southern Pied Babbler (Turdoides bicolor)
Striated Babbler (Turdoides earlei)
Fulvous Babbler (Turdoides fulva)
White-throated Babbler (Turdoides gularis)
Bare-cheeked Babbler (Turdoides gymnogenys)
Hartlaub's Babbler (Turdoides hartlaubii)
Hinde's Babbler (Turdoides hindei)
Northern Pied Babbler (Turdoides hypoleuca)
Arrow-marked Babbler (Turdoides jardineii)
White-headed Babbler (Turdoides leucocephala)
White-rumped Babbler (Turdoides leucopygia)
Slender-billed Babbler (Turdoides longirostris)
Large Grey Babbler (Turdoides malcolmi)
Arabian Babbler (Turdoides squamiceps)
Black-faced Babbler (Turdoides melanops)
Spiny Babbler (Turdoides nipalensis)
Brown Babbler (Turdoides plebejus)
Blackcap Babbler (Turdoides reinwardtii)
Rufous Chatterer (Turdoides rubiginosa)
Black-lored Babbler (Turdoides sharpei)
Scaly Babbler (Turdoides squamulata)
Jungle Babbler (Turdoides striata)
Orange-billed Babbler (Turdoides rufescens)
Yellow-billed Babbler (Turdoides affinis)
Rufous Babbler (Turdoides subrufa)
Dusky Babbler (Turdoides tenebrosa)