Neotropical Birds is an authoritative, online resource for life histories of Neotropical birds. These accounts are intended primarily for ornithologists, especially those based in the Neotropics, but will also prove useful to wildlife biologists, conservationists, amateur ornithologists with strong interests in avian natural history, and biology teachers and students.
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We want any information, photos, audio, video, or map data you have about a species. Full articles are great, smaller sections are just as valuable. Both receive full publication credit and peer recognition.
Samantha Wynns, Casey H. Richart and Kevin J. Burns
Ashley Morrison, Erik R. Funk, Casey H. Richart and Kevin J. Burns
Iga Arisa, Casey H. Richart and Kevin J. Burns
Steven Byrum, Erik R. Funk, Casey H. Richart, and Kevin J. Burns
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Check out the newest issue of Neotropical Birding, featuring articles on pelagic birding off north-east Brazil, the search for Mexico's mystery owl, Markham's Storm-Petrel breeding colonies in Chile, and more
A brief review of some of the important species-level changes that are incorporated in the 2014 revisions to the eBird/Clements Checklist.
February 14-17 (Friday to Monday) is the 17th annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC). To participate, just go birding during this timeframe and make sure to enter your checklists in eBird.