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iGoTerra has updated the IOC World Bird List to version 7.2. The new version contains 9 species splits and 1 lumped Owlet-Nightjar scattered across various families. A large number of subspecies from primarily New Guinea have been lumped. American Barn Owl Tyto furcata is a split from Western Barn...


On demand from our members we have created a couple of new regions. The Oriental Region covers the area as defined by the Oriental Bird Club. In short; the western border includes Pakistan and Russia east of Yenisey River and the eastern border runs in Indonesia between the Moluccas (incl) and West...


Based on requests from some of our US members, we have implemented the 4 and 6 letters US Banding codes for North American birds. This works for both the web-searches and on iGoTerra Pocket (you need to refresh the checklist first). How it works: If you know (or guess) that e.g. CACO represents CA...


Australia is one of a handful of countries that spans across more than one fauna area and region. In iGoTerra, we are using the area and region definitions outlined by the American Birding Association (ABA). Mainland Australia including Tasmania and some island groups close to the mainland are part...


We have now published Clements annual revision of the checklist on the website - version 2016 replaces the version from August last year. All members using Clements as their taxonomic reference, should go to Taxonomic Update and follow the instructions on the screen. Many of the changes follow rece...

iGoTerra has just updated the IOC World Bird List to version 6.4 where it is noteworthy to see a continued reduction of the number of recognized subspecies. Other than that very few changes compared to the previous version. With regard to new species 4 new species splits are almost offset by lumps ...

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