Most birds do, however there are several birds on the planet who also communicate through sight. An obvious candidate would be the peacock, who chooses mates base on how illustrious the feathers are. Below is a link about a dancing bird who tries to attract a mate. You can see in the video however, that before it starts its dance, it makes sounds to communicate first. SO yes, mostly all birds communicate through sounds first, but there are also birds who use sight to communicate as well.
Sound is the most important communication tool. Very few birds make little sound. One is the white stork. Storks are generally considered to be quiet, but the European White Stork is one of the most silent. Generally the only sound it makes is a clattering of its bill around it nest.
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