Category Archives: tinamou

HBW Alive Newsletter #21 – March 2016


The latest newsletter of the Handbook of the Birds of the World has been released and it, as usual, is chock full of fascinating discoveries*, insightful synthesis, and stunning multi-media features. *For example, I just learned that a flightless owl … Continue reading

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HBW Alive! Newsletter for July 2015


Here’s another HBW Alive, from the Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Highlights: Check out Alfrons Patandung’s video of Maleo excavating a nest in Indonesia and a beautiful still photo of a Rusty Tinamou carrying a seed in French … Continue reading

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