Right now the scientific names on some species do not show on the site - we are working to fix this problem which should be solved after the back-up this morning.

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2018-01-27


iGoTerra has updated the IOC World Bird List to version 8.1. The new version contains 10,699 species following 6 species splits, 2 lumped species as well as one newly described species - Cordilerra Azul Antbird. The splits contain 2 South American pipits but the other 4 across 4 different families. ...


2018-01-18


Many of our members have asked for a function where you get an overview of your bird families. How many species of Kingfishers are there, and how many of these have I observed? This new function is now available for our Premium members! We also built it so that you can see the same thing on genus le...



2018-01-02


The Rote Myzomela has recently been formally described. It occurs on the island of Rote (close to Timor) in the Lesser Sundas in Indonesia. It is not yet formally part of either Clements or IOC checklists, but it has since some time been possible to register observations of this taxon in iGoTerra. ...


2018-01-02


The Cordillera Azul Antbird has recently been formally described. It occurs in Cordillera Azul in northern Peru. It is not yet formally part of either Clements or IOC checklists, but it has since some time been possible to register observations of this taxon in iGoTerra. The Cordillera Azul Antbir...


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