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NeotropicalBirds: 4000+ Species Have Account Information! - 28 October 2011

Chris Merkord

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From the NeotropicalBirds website:



We've reached a major milestone: today we have added information for
every single species
of bird in the Neotropics. Anyone can now search for any Neotropic species and find life history data, an audio sample and a distribution map. Curious about the
Booted Racket-tail
? Ever hear the “
” call of the
Three-wattled Bellbird
? Seen the face of the
Crescent-faced Antpitta
(not many have)?

Neotropical Birds Online is the only resource of its kind that aims to provide thorough life history data on every avian species that occurs in the Neotropics. Launched in 2009, this resource is a collaborative project; not only is it for researchers, birders, and conservationists who are interested in birds of the neotropics, but it is being created by that same community of specialists.

We are continuing to add to the site every week. Full life history accounts, along with photographs of all species, will be published on a consistent basis. If you are interested in contributing to our resource in any way, please view our
Contribute FAQ

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