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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Many of or UK members not only keep lists on country or county level but also a region for England, Scotland and Wales and also Northern Ireland, Ireland and Isle of Man. To help our growing number of members in the UK to keep track of their lists and rankings for this listing area we have created t...


A new version of Pocket (1.4.5) has just been released and can be run on the new iOS version 11. This version required quite some adjustments and testing to be done on Pocket that however essentially works the same as before. In connection with this speed in loading checklists has been improved as ...


UPDATE: Japan is yet another country that spans across more than one fauna area or region. The Ogasawara or Bonin Islands are part of the Pacific Ocean whereas the other islands that Japan consists of all are within Asia. Japan (belongs to no region) is made up: . Japan (Asia) - Hokkaido, Honshu,...


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...

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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