Tag Archives: Internet Bird Collection

Handbook of the Birds of the World newsletter #50


The August newsletter of HBW Birds Alive– a milestone as the 50th in this series – has just been released. I’ve already lost track of how many new things I just learned in a few minutes’ browsing. Highlights:    

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HBW Alive – newsletter #45


I’m always excited when I see the notice in my inbox of a new newsletter from Handbook of the Birds of the World. Here’s the first thing that caught my eye in this one: Okay. First, I am going to … Continue reading

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HBW Alive newsletter – August 2016


The latest newsletter from the Handbook of the Birds of the World has been released, and it’s another treasure trove of ornithological wonders. For example, I now know what a Dulit Frogmouth sounds like!  Here’s a small sampling: Ornithological News … Continue reading

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HBW #25 – Handbook of the Birds of the World


The latest HBW newsletter is now available!  Included is a link to the recently updated and redesigned Internet Bird Collection of photos, videos, and sound recordings. Features and news highlights:    

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HBW Alive newsletter #15


Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive, newsletter #15 Cassowaries growl. Biddulph’s Ground-jays look super cool running over rocks and dunes. This photo (by Tomas Grim) exists. These amazing experiences, and a lifetime more, await you in the Handbook … Continue reading

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