Bowerbirds and catbirds make up the bird family Ptilonorhynchidae. The family has 20 species in eight genera. Bowerbirds are most known for their unique courtship behavior, where males build a structure and decorate it with sticks and brightly colored objects in an attempt to attract a mate. The birds build an elaborate nest called a bower, thus the name bowerbird.

White-eared Catbird, Ailuroedus buccoides
Spotted Catbird, Ailuroedus melanotis
Green Catbird, Ailuroedus crassirostris
Genus Scenopooetes
Tooth-billed Catbird, Scenopooetes dentirostris
Genus Archboldia
Archbold's Bowerbird, Archboldia papuensis
Sanford's Bowerbird, Archboldia sanfordi
Genus Amblyornis
Vogelkop Bowerbird, Amblyornis inornatus
Macgregor's Bowerbird, Amblyornis macgregoriae
Streaked Bowerbird, Amblyornis subalaris
Golden-fronted Bowerbird, Amblyornis flavifrons
Genus Prionodura
Golden Bowerbird, Prionodura newtoniana
Genus Sericulus
Flame Bowerbird, Sericulus aureus
Fire-maned Bowerbird, Sericulus bakeri
Regent Bowerbird, Sericulus chrysocephalus
Genus Ptilonorhynchus
Satin Bowerbird, Ptilonorhynchus violaceus
Genus Chlamydera
Western Bowerbird, Chlamydera guttata
Spotted Bowerbird, Chlamydera maculata
Great Bowerbird, Chlamydera nuchalis
Yellow-breasted Bowerbird, Chlamydera lauterbachi
Fawn-breasted Bowerbird, Chlamydera cerviniventris