Moving Mesophoyx intermedia from the appendix to the main list on the basis of a report from Midway Island (North Amer. Levrault, 42, p. 36. p. 364. The additions to the main list bring the number of species recognized as occurring in the Check-list area (main list) to 2,038. H. It is also added to the list of species that occur in the United States. After the account for Phylloscopus borealis, insert: Genus Sylvia Scopoli. p. 700. 588.). NOgTH AMERICAN BIRDS The Species of Birds of North America from the Arctic through Panama, Including the West Indies and Hawaiian Islands PREPARED BY THE COMMITTEE ON CLASSIFICATION AND NOMENCLATURE OF THE AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION SEVENTH EDITION 1998 Zo61ogical nomenclature is a means, not an end, to Zo61ogical Science The mammals of the Tug Hill Plateau, New York. Casual in central and southern coastal Alaska, central Yukon, British Columbia, western Washington, and California; sight reports (tentatively referred to this species) from Oregon, Nevada, Alabama, and Baja California (audiotaped). p. 409. The checklist was originally published by the AOS's predecessor, the American Ornithologists' Union (AOU). Page designed through the cooperative efforts of interagency ITIS Teams. Motacilla Curruca Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. … This is the 19th supplement since publication of the 7th edition of the Check-list of North American Birds (American Ornithologists’ Union [AOU] 1998). Before the account for Pterodroma neglecta, insert: Pterodroma macroptera (Smith). Resident in central and eastern Panama south through western Colombia to northwestern Ecuador, and east of the Andes in southwestern Colombia, northeastern Peru, and northwestern Brazil. 2003) indicate that Motacilla flava encompasses two or more species, of which only one occurs in our area. UpiqAW919zRLjy+x60Dynb78VX+v5l/35oP/AAUuKu9fzL/vzQf+ClxVr6z5jBCmXQanoOUtdvpx Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. A Handbook. (Holland.). Make this change also in the Notes under T. costaricensis, above. Tropical Lowland Evergreen Forest Edge, Secondary Forest (0–600 m; Tropical Zone). Both California birds showed features consistent with P. m. gouldi, the subspecies that breeds in New Zealand. One guess occasionally heard is that “Gray Jay” was chosen because it was descriptive, was in line with the English names of other jays (Blue Jay, Green Jay, Pipits and Wagtails of Europe, Asia and North America. G.Gargallo, and AOU Classification Committee – North and Middle America Proposal Set 2014-A, 25 -26. We’re a diverse, global network of empowered professionals, working together to advance the scientific study and conservation of birds. u/wZ5P8A+rDpv/SHB/1TxV3+DPJ//Vh03/pDg/6p4q7/AAZ5P/6sOm/9IcH/AFTxV3+DPJ//AFYd The AOS Checklist of North American Birds is a checklist of the bird species found in North and Middle America which is now maintained by the American Ornithological Society (AOS). This relationship was previously suggested by Hilty and Brown (1986) and Ridgely and Greenfield (2001a), who used the name Griscom's Antwren. Its members are primarily professional ornithologists, although membership is open to anyone with an interest in birds. Also reported in the Andaman Islands and southern India, where status requires clarification. Sometimes called Alaska Yellow-Wagtail or Eastern Yellow-Wagtail, but given the non-monophyly of Motacilla flava sensu lato, we avoid hyphenation of the modifier “Yellow” as a group name. Pending further data, the present account includes only tschutschensis and simillima plus the following taxa recognized by some authors, plexa, angarensis, and zaissanensis; inclusion of plexa with tschutschensis is controversial, but does not affect range statement here. Muscicapa griseisticta Gray-streaked Flycatcher. UcVcbrzb2isP+Bu/+qOKu+t+bf8AfVh913/1RxV31vzb/vqw+67/AOqOKuF15t7xWH/A3f8A1RxV Feral populations resulting from introductions may occur almost anywhere in the United States. For serious birders in North America, it’s become a July tradition to wait for the annual supplement from the AOU Checklist Committee. Phylloscopus trochilus Willow Warbler. 136:ukz042. Quinn, 17/lhm/5GR/9luKoO7W5sZfQvF9CQgNwknhU0PehvfbFVD62v86f9JEP/Zdirvra/wA6f9JEP/Zd What an opportunity this offers for the new Society to prepare a companion volume to this one, continuing the story and covering the momentous changes of the 50 years following the AOU's centennial. 2003). This Supplement is a publication of the American Ornithologists' Union. A4qk8nmjyjM3OW5hkbpVo2Jp9KYq3H5p8pQktDdQxk7EpGymn0Jiqp/jHy1/y3p/wL/80Yq7/GPl 13E-mail: email@example.com This is the 10th supplement since publication of the seventh edition of the Check-list of North American Birds (American Or-nithologists’ Union [AOU] 1998). xvii-liv. 3) File ---> New ---> Blank Workbook. Birds in eastern states south of Great Lakes and Massachusetts result from relatively recent natural southward extension of breeding range and to a great extent from introductions. 57th Supplement, Auk 2016, vol. In the account for Lagopus lagopus, change scoticus to scotica. /gkxVtJtMkdYkeBnavFAUJNOtBiqIVEQURQo9hTFV2KpL5M/5Q/Qf+2bZ/8AJiPFUo85+l9eg5oj H., S. C.Latta, and p. 604. 6G2RiKmu7Ft8VUP8Bxf8tEP/AEiR/wDNWKu/wHF/y0Q/9Ikf/NWKu/wHF/y0Q/8ASJH/AM1Yq7/A Change Melozone biarcuatum to Melozone biarcuata in both heading and text. Add to the account: Notes.— Formerly known as Spoonbill Sandpiper. Following the revised account for G. caniceps, insert the following new account: Geotrygon leucometopia (Chapman). G.Lasley, and Change Ara erythrocephala to Ara erythrocephalus and Ara erythrura to Ara erythrurus. p. 13. R. C., 1, p. 962. This seventh supplement after the publication of the 6th edition (1983) of the AOU Check-list of North American Birds includes taxonomic and nomenclatural changes adopted by the Committee on Classification and Nomenclature between 15 March 1995 and 15 March 1997. f9VcVRthb2ttzS3uJLgtQn1Z3nIp4eo7U64qjMVSXyZ/yh+g/wDbNs/+TEeKpN5yEX6RhLyRqTCB This is a list of lists of lists, a list of list articles that contain other list articles on the English Wikipedia.In other words, each of the articles linked here is an index to multiple lists on a topic. Zool. (Oriente = Italy; see Hartert, Vögel Pal. Change the type locality of that species to: (l’Isle Canaga ou Kyktak = Kodiak Island, Alaska, [Gibson, Proc. Field Guide. p. 490. Leucopternis plumbea to Leucopternis plumbeus, Leucopternis semiplumbea to Leucopternis semiplumbeus, Touit dilectissima to Touit dilectissimus, Siphonorhis americanus to Siphonorhis americana, Lophornis brachylopha to Lophornis brachylophus, Lampornis calolaema to Lampornis calolaemus, Philydor fuscipennis to Philydor fuscipenne, Machetornis rixosus to Machetornis rixosa, Conopias albovittata to Conopias albovittatus, Schiffornis turdinus to Schiffornis turdina, Procnias tricarunculata to Procnias tricarunculatus, Helmitheros vermivorus to Helmitheros vermivorum, Melozone biarcuatum to Melozone biarcuata, Dives atroviolacea to Dives atroviolaceus. 1200.00 AGT4q7naeNv4biy/6oYq7nafzW/3WX/ZPiqM0/TrjUi7adDFOYeJcoLH4eVeP+6P8nFXoVjDdQQc E. C.Dickinson, 2003) have verified previous suggestions based on differences in voice, nesting habits, habitat, and timing of migration, as well as in color and size (e.g. Birds 53:441–443, 1999) was rejected because published and archival photographs probably pertain to the Asian/Australasian subspecies of the Cattle Egret (Bubulcus ibis coromandus). Robbins, application/pdf Breeds in tundra with thickets of dwarf willow or birch; in Eurasia, also wet meadows, moorlands, edges of wetlands, and coastal scrub; in winter, cultivated fields, moist grassy fields, and mudflats. DPJ//Vh03/pDg/6p4q7/AAZ5P/6sOm/9IcH/AFTxV3+DPJ//AFYdN/6Q4P8Aqnirv8GeT/8Aqw6b p. 525. ): Japanese Quail ( Coturnix japonica) O1jFNvDFU4Vg6h16MARUEHf2OKrsVdiqS+TP+UP0H/tm2f8AyYjxVJ/OTWq38H1jgSYduZthtyb/ tsVY96th/vm3/wC5d/zXirfq2H++bf79O/5rxV3qWP8Avm336f8AHO3/AOHxV3q2H++bf79O/wCa (Macao, south-eastern China.). Before the account for Copsychus saularis, insert: Luscinia sibilans (Swinhoe). In Notes under Lampornis castaneoventris, change L. calolaema to L. calolaemus. 2002, Scribner et al. Affinities of the Hawaiian Goose based on two types of mitochondrial DNA data. Paxinos, FXYqkvkz/lD9B/7Ztn/yYjxVBeaDfi7iNoXVTHuUeVd+TbUhuoP1fTiqSc9a/wB+T/8AI26/7yGK 10th suppl. Cramp f032ee28-42d4-11de-ab7d-d5b3a4dcb86b ornithologists (e.g., Earl Godfrey: pers. 2002) has shown this species to be closely related to the group of small-bodied forms previously treated as subspecies of B. canadensis and here recognized as B. hutchinsii. M. D.Sorenson, 2003, Pavlova et al. Soc. Formerly treated as part of B. canadensis but separated on the basis of studies listed in Notes under that species. We considered but rejected suggestions to change the English name of Riparia riparia from Bank Swallow to Sand Martin, and to change English names of species of Myioborus from Redstart to Whitestart. Therefore, replace the account for Myrmotherula brachyura with the following account for M. ignota. R. Terry Chesser, Richard C. Banks, F. Keith Barker, Carla Cicero, Jon L. Dunn, Andrew W. Kratter, Irby J. Lovette, Pamela C. Rasmussen, J. V. Remsen, Jr., James D. Rising, Douglas F. Stotz, Kevin Winker, Fifty-First Supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-List of North American Birds, The Auk, Volume 127, Issue 3, 1 July 2010, Pages 726–744, … Change Ara ambigua to Ara ambiguus. Make this change also in the Notes under S. brewsteri, below. Ra/9VMVd/i6x/wCWW7/5Fr/1UxVVtvM9pdXEdulvcq0rBQzooUE+J5nFWrnzPZ208lu9tcs0TFCy p. 697, after the account for Saxicola rubetra, insert: Monticola solitarius (Linnaeus). G. F.Shields, and Breeds in North America in northern and western Alaska (south to St. Lawrence and Nunivak islands, and on the mainland to the Nushagak River) and extreme northwestern Canada (east to the Mackenzie River delta); and in the Palearctic from the Zaysan Depression, eastern Kazakhstan, central Siberia, and north-eastern Mongolia east to the Russian Far East, including northern Kamchatka. Checklist of North American Birds, 5th ed. The society was formed in October 2016 by the merger of the American Ornithologists' Union (AOU) and the Cooper Ornithological Society. An adult male of this Eurasian species was photographed at Goldpan Provincial Park, about 6.5 miles west of Spences Bridge, in south-central British Columbia (McDonald 1997). NOgTH AMERICAN BIRDS The Species of Birds of North America from the Arctic through Panama, Including the West Indies and Hawaiian Islands PREPARED BY THE COMMITTEE ON CLASSIFICATION AND NOMENCLATURE OF THE AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION SEVENTH EDITION 1998 Zo61ogical nomenclature is a means, not an end, to Zo61ogical Science Ibis Publishing Company, Vista, California. At the end of the Distribution statement for that species, insert the following new paragraph: Accidental in southern Florida (one photographed and videotaped near Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, 11 March-4 April 1995; [NAS Field Notes 49:242, 1995] and one seen on Key Largo, Monroe County, 16 February 2001). Change Schiffornis turdinus to Schiffornis turdina in both heading and text. Change the Notes to read: Formerly known as Red-vented Woodpecker. Alström Add to the account: Notes.— Formerly known as Mongolian Plover. 8n/9WHTf+kOD/qnirv8ABnk//qw6b/0hwf8AVPFXf4M8n/8AVh03/pDg/wCqeKu/wZ5P/wCrDpv/ /wBIcH/VPFXf4M8n/wDVh03/AKQ4P+qeKu/wZ5P/AOrDpv8A0hwf9U8Vd/gzyf8A9WHTf+kOD/qn In the supplement, the North American species Melanitta americana was separated from the species Melanitta nigra. 2003). S.Rohwer. u4SFLcp4HiTbtycAV3xVH4q7FXYqkvkz/lD9B/7Ztn/yYjxVMrq8t7ON3mcVRS4jBHNgB0VSRUmm Comp. 1995). 2000) One change (Gray-fronted Quail-Dove) is necessitated by the splitting of a species, and the other (Yucatan Woodpecker) is made to conform to usage by most authors in North America. J.Jackson, and 1J6sR44qln+A4/8Alph/6RI/+asVb/wHF/y0Q/8ASJH/AM1Yq7/AcX/LRD/0iR/81Yq7/AkZ3NzE No reasons were given for treatment as conspecific with G. caniceps by Peters (1937). 2003). Taxonomic proposals considered since 1 January 2003 but not yet accepted by the Committee include: separation of the genus Basilinna from Hylocharis; separation of the genus Polyerata from Amazilia; merger of Amazilia decora into A. amabilis; split of Caprimulgus indicus into two species; division of Aulacorhynchus prasinus into four species; split of the genus Dryobates from Picoides; separation of Hyloctistes virgatus from H. subulatus; merger of New World species of Pica into an enlarged Pica pica; merger of Catharus bicknelli with C. minimus; division of Dendroica petechia into two or more species; division of Geothlypis aequinoctialis into four species; division of Ammodramus maritimus into two or four species; division of Passerella iliaca into up to four species; and separation of Icterus fuertesi from I. spurius. The world’s largest international ornithological society, AOS is more relevant today than ever, and we’re dedicated to supporting the scientists doing this critical work—for the sake of birds, humanity, and the planet. Allard, T. H.Fisher. Greater SandPlover. B. J.Pierson, cf8AIrUf+ynFU98pm4+uTesZSPS29RLpRXkv/LVLIv3b4qyvFUl8mf8AKH6D/wBs2z/5MR4qhfMt Formerly wintered in Japan. Make these changes also in the Notes for these species. Shirihai, An avifaunal review from the Barrow region and north slope of Arctic Alaska. (Loma Tina, Province of Azua, Dominican Republic.). The society was formed in October 2016 by the merger of the American Ornithologists' Union and the Cooper Ornithological Society. Over the years, AOU Checklist iterations shifted in emphasis on splitting vs. lumping as the causes of variation in form became better understood. E. E., After the account for Muscicapa dauurica, insert the following new account: Muscicapa striata (Pallas). In Notes for Numida meleagris, change galeata to galeatus and mitrata to mitratus. TFXerp3hD/wVh/2SYqjdGksDqtoIxFy9VONDZ1rXt6dsrfccVW6tJYDVLwSCLmJ5OVTZ1ryP+/LZ Despite this complicated geographical variation, the difference between the Atlantic and Pacific populations is comparable to that observed between other procellariid species, which do tend to ... American Ornithologists’ Union. "Check-list of North American birds" (1957, fifth ed. For everyone else, the geeky statement above needs some explanation. van Wagner The “Hawk Mountain Petrel”: First Pennsylvania record, but which species? H., Inches I/6ScVR2kajrVxerFfRyCEq1S1o0IBAqKuZ5P1YqyDFXYq7FXYqkvkz/AJQ/Qf8Atm2f/JiPFU5Z Banks, species (Aegialites), and the American Ornithologists’ Union Committee on Taxonomy and Nomenclature regularly and correctly altered the ending of the species epithet each time the plover’s genus name was changed from the first through the fourth editions of the Check-list: from Aegialitis wilsonia (1895) to Ochthodromus wilsonius (1910) to Pagolla wilsonia (1931). Kennedy, AEhwf9U8Vd/gzyf/ANWHTf8ApDg/6p4q7/Bnk/8A6sOm/wDSHB/1TxV3+DPJ/wD1YdN/6Q4P+qeK It is a weakly differentiated population allied with M. vitellinus (Haffer 1975). JPEG m2Kpjb3EF1CtxbSLLE+6uhqp7bHFVTFXYqkvkz/lD9B/7Ztn/wAmI8VW6/rraWfq0YjEk0RKSvPF Add to account: Notes.— Formerly known as Gray-spotted Flycatcher. This Supplement is a publication of the American Ornithologists' Union. Winters from the southern part of the breeding range through most of United States and into northern Mexico. ): White-fronted Goose ( Anser albifrons) American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (incl. South Africa, Aves, pl. Michel Gosselin serves as the Committee's authority for French names, and Normand David serves as the authority for classical languages, especially relative to scientific names. Change Delichon urbica to Delichon urbicum. 9l2KovSZbttTtQ5l4mVa1NzTr/l3jr94OKtapNd/pK7CGXiJnAobmmzHpwvEX7gMVQomvK7maneh Photos clearly show it to be of the east Asian race, M. s. philippensis. Before the account for Phylloscopus sibilatrix, insert: Phylloscopus trochilus (Linnaeus). Motacilla trochilus Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. It summarizes decisions made between May 15, 2014, and April 15, 2015, by the AOU's Committee on Classification and Nomenclature—North and Middle America. p. 123. iqS+TP8AlD9B/wC2bZ/8mI8VQPmmO8e8hNssxX09/Sju3FeR6m1ljX798VSP0dU/ku/+RGpf9lOK Pavlova, YqmWKuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxV2KuxVJfJn/KH6D/2zbP8A5MR4qr6nNrccqDTEtmjK1c3AmLcqnp6K Formerly included G. leucometopia of Hispaniola, now separated on the basis of differences in mensural characters, plumage, and habitat preference (Garrido et al. Eurynorhynchus pygmeus Spoon-billed Sandpiper. ha+Fv99l/wBlGKuEdqBuLf77L/qviqbaFrUGiGcrFDIJ+NQk1nF9jl14zmv2sVZppOpR6rZi7jUJ Accidental in Japan and Kamchatka. Near water on tundra; winters on inland lakes and marshes. ): Red Warbler ( Ergaticus ruber) American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition (incl. Breeds [curruca group] from Great Britain and Scandinavia east across the Palearctic to eastern Siberia (to about the Lena River) and south to central France, northern Italy, Greece, Turkey, northern Israel, northern Iraq, northwest Iran, northwest Kazakhstan, northwest Uzbekistan, and northern China; [minula group] from Kazakhstan and eastern Iran to western China (western Xinjiang); [althaea group] from north central Iran, central Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan and extreme northwest China south to southeast Iran, Pakistan, and northwestern India; and [margelanica group] in north central China (eastern Xinjiang to Ningxia). L.McKinnon. N/6Q4P8Aqnirv8GeT/8Aqw6b/wBIcH/VPFXf4M8n/wDVh03/AKQ4P+qeKpT5T8p+VbnyrotxcaLp Fauna, p. J. W.Wiley, Gambell, Alaska, Autumn 2002: First North American records of Willow Warbler (, MtDNA from fossils reveals a radiation of Hawaiian geese recently derived from the Canada Goose (, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. p. 322. Breeds from central and southeastern Alaska east across northern Canada and southern Victoria Island to western Melville Peninsula, northeastern Manitoba, northern Ontario, northern Quebec, and southern Baffin Island (recently naturally established in western Greenland) south to southwestern British Columbia, northeastern California, northern Utah, south-central Wyoming, South Dakota, Kansas, northern Arkansas, western Kentucky, southern Ohio, Pennsylvania, northern Virginia, and Maryland. 2002:898); Remove (H) from Bulweria bulwerii, now known also from North Carolina (Banks et al. Treatments of this strongly polytypic species vary from two subspecies groups (Cramp 1992) to as many as three (King 1997) or even four allospecies (Shirihai et al. Birds 54:317, 2000), is not definitive (Gibson et al. Er interessierte sich auch für schwierige … The AOS Checklist of North American Birds is a checklist of the bird species found in North and Middle America which is now maintained by the American Ornithological Society (AOS). This is the fourth Supplement since publication of the 7th edition of the Check-list of North American Birds (American Ornithologists' Union [AOU] 1998). London, p. 292. Move the accounts for Branta bernicla and B. leucopsis to a position directly below the heading and citations for the genus Branta. p. 491. Muscicapa sibirica Dark-sided Flycatcher. p. 280. Change Actitis macularia to Actitis macularius in the account for this species, and in the Notes for A. hypoleucos on p. 157. p. 174. The Howard and Moore Complete Checklist of the Birds of the World, 3rd ed. 1991, Paxinos et al. A. W.Kratter, Forty -second supplement to the American Ornithologists’ Union Check-list of North American Birds. p. 32. 10, p. 184. p. 248. Brooks 1914, Aldrich 1946, Hellmayr and Conover 1948), that the forms treated as the single species Branta canadensis by all previous AOU Check-lists and most other works actually constitute at least two species, and further that each of the two species may be more closely related to another member of the genus than to each other. LaGK4QuaLytpUUfNmQAYqmeKuxVJfJn/ACh+g/8AbNs/+TEeKpd5skvUvIRavcKvpb+gbkCvJuv1 The Greenland specimen was identified as the subspecies P. t. acredula and was treated as such by AOU (1957); it has since been assigned to the nominate race, P. t. trochilus (Williamson 1976). Breeds from the United Kingdom and Scandinavia east across Siberia to about Lake Baikal and south to northwestern Africa, southern Italy, Greece, northern Turkey, central Israel, northwestern Jordan, Iran, Afghanistan, western and northern Pakistan, and extreme northwestern China (Xinjiang). 2000. Auk 117:847-858. 2003) that confirm earlier suggestions (e.g., Brooks 1914, Aldrich 1946, Hellmayr and Conover 1948) that more than a single species is involved. Casual [curruca group] to Iceland and northwestern Africa, Madeira, and Thailand; [group unspecified] to Korea and Japan. p. 368. American Birds (American Ornithologists’ Union [AOU] 1998). Habitat of M. tschutschensis in Old World not distinguished here from that of races of M. flava. Sci. p. 214. Change the English name of Melanerpes pygmaeus from Red-vented Woodpecker to Yucatan Woodpecker to agree with general use in other references (e.g., Sibley and Monroe 1990, Howell and Webb 1995, Winkler et al. +of9Wj/hLD/mrFXf4f1D/q0f8JYf81Yqm/lvTLuyu5ZJ7L6orR8Q3G2XkeSmlbYlu3fbFWS4qkvk 36th suppl. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club. 1iqV/Uj/AMsqf9w6b+uKrlsmUhorZWcfEQdOkFKb7VI2oK4qqTLcToElt4yooRTS5F6V/lp44qo/ It is the largest and oldest organisation in the New World dedicated to the scientific analysis of birds. 134:751-773. Change Saxicola torquata to Saxicola torquatus. 1996, King 1997, Kennedy et al. (A), Muscicapa striata Spotted Flycatcher. 1) Download file as CSV. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. Oiseaux, Adumbr., p. 3. Additional analysis may result in further splitting. Winters near coasts on sandy beaches and mudflats. An Annotated Checklist of the Birds of the Oriental Region. K.Mild, and S., Check-list of North American Birds. ... Forty-third supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Checklist of North American … Myrmotherula brachyura ignota Griscom, 1929, Bull. E. C. Mus. K., Species limits in the Pygmy Antwren complex (Aves: Passeriformes: Thamnophilidae): 1. H. F.James, In the citation for the genus Ptychoramphus, change M. Brandt to J. F. Brandt. p. 424. Mus. Make this change also in the text, and change S. maura to S. maurus. 2003). 55th Supplement, Auk 2014, vol. 380 likes. ): Red Warbler ( Ergaticus ruber) Breeds in semi-open country; thorn bushes often favored for nests. m1bu7htfRgX1nCVW8icivgq7nFWNassJ1S8LNbA+vJXm1ly+0evqRFvv3xVCcIOz2n/Baef+ZOKu P+pc1L/kZp3/AHksVd+ndU/6lzUv+Rmnf95LFUp8p6zqMXlXRYk0DUJ0TT7VVljksAjgQxgOvqX6 RzGDQM/+/Lu3P4Yqx/8A0f8A37D98H/eTxVE2NpYXUjJNf2tmqjkHlMZBNeg9PUXOKpvbeUoryP1 FMl92iuPv1H/AJrxVwkvevpXG+/XUf8AmvFUfp01slX1CHUTIrAxiD66VoP5hI2KsqstWjvZvRW2 r/lvT/gX/wCaMVd/jHy1/wAt6f8AAv8A80Yq7/GPlr/lvT/gX/5oxV3+MfLX/Len/Av/AM0Yq7/G Although the identification is not questioned, the origin has been (Robbins et al. American Ornithological Society, Chicago, Illinois. (2002) in separating Hispaniolan and Cuban populations currently grouped as Geotrygon caniceps, on the basis of originally recognized morphological differences. G. M.Kirwan, and 1991, Paxinos et al. I3BBxVvFXYqkvkz/AJQ/Qf8Atm2f/JiPFUP5jg1WW6iNgtwyCOjegzqK1PXhfWu/0H54qlH1TzGT ): Japanese Quail ( Coturnix japonica) American Ornithologists' Union 6th edition (incl. e1MCv1a3/wCkO8/6p4q79O6n/wAs1v8A9Id5/wBUsVXJr2o819S2g4VHLjZ3dad6VixVPLbXLGeV 5) Select the downloaded file. 133:544-560. Bourne, W. R. P. … Most changes of English names are for Old World species that are vagrant or accidental in our area and for which the names we have been using differ from English names generally used in regional works covering those species' normal ranges (e.g., Brazil 1991, Inskipp et al. Nat. p. 304. Sylvia curruca is added to the list (and to the list of birds known to occur in the United States) on the basis of a well-documented record from Alaska. p. 290. For the spelling of the specific name, see David and Gosselin (2002b). WP8Ayy3f/Itf+qmKu/xdY/8ALLd/8i1/6qYqjNN1u31SV4YYZoii8iZVCgitNqM3jiqZYqkvkz/l endstream endobj 62 0 obj <> endobj 60 0 obj <> endobj 61 0 obj <> endobj 63 0 obj <> endobj 64 0 obj <> endobj 65 0 obj <> endobj 24 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 26 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 28 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 30 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 32 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 34 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 39 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 41 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 43 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 44 0 obj [45 0 R 46 0 R] endobj 47 0 obj <>stream The AOU is a member of the Ornithological Council and Ornithological Societies of North America (OSNA). alLdot9BJBADydmdSCAfs/u7tmFfGmKsttbWCziEFupVASaFmbc+7knFVbFXYqkvkz/lD9B/7Ztn Learn more about our history. The location is along the Trans- Canada Highway. In the list, insert the following species in the proper position as indicated by the text of this Supplement: Pterodroma macroptera Great-winged Petrel. p. 44. p. 45. Djyf9eKq+KvONX9D9K3lZIgfWeoJhr9o9eWoRn/hRiqI0K/+qXPpR6hbWUMpDSvIICCErtUX8pFa Amer. p. 145. p. 237. 1998). evbFUX9Tsv8Ali1j/kdJ/wBlGKoiz0ixu2ZTFqVvxFaz3Eqg+wpM2KpnY6TbafI0kDzMWHEiWaSU H/5pxV3+ItL/AOWG7/6RH/5pxV3+ItL/AOWG7/6RH/5pxV3+ItL/AOWG7/6RH/5pxVVttd06e4jh A. C.Wilson. AAIRAQMRAf/EAaIAAAAHAQEBAQEAAAAAAAAAAAQFAwIGAQAHCAkKCwEAAgIDAQEBAQEAAAAAAAAA Motacilla tschutschensis Gmelin, 1789, Syst. It summarizes decisions made by the AOU’s Committ ee on Classiﬁ cation and Nomenclature—North America between 1 January and 31 December 2006. The American Ornithological Society is an ornithological organization based in the United States. Winters in arid sites, from thorny bushes along wadis to scrub jungle. R4qv12+mtmsba2lET3NyizMHjV0t1DNI6iVXB3Cqdv2tt6Yqhda8w3em3v1aCGJ09NXDyOASWLf5 Wash. 115: 706–707, 2002]). yXklyIi0iXCyeh1A+EzQx1O+2Ksi9CD/AH2n/AjFWxDEp5KigjoQAMVX4q7FUg1XTLO3LXtxdagB The account for Manacus aurantiacus mistakenly incorporates M. vitellinus viridiventris into that species. ): Ruddy Sheld-Duck ( Tadorna ferruginea ) American Ornithologists' Union 7th edition (incl. Birds Recorded from the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list Area Peter Pyle and David F. DeSante Institute for Bird Populations P.O. diq7/Dutf9XL/kpe/wDZdirv8O61/wBXL/kpe/8AZdirv8O61/1cv+Sl7/2XYq7/AA7rX/Vy/wCS aglwy8pKo6RhqVbi8sCbV6VxVNofKtjFKkv1i5k9Ng3B3Uq1DWjDhuDiqcRxRQrxhRY1JqQgCiv0 An updated list of the bird species known from the AOU Check-list area may be accessed at http://www.AOU.org/aou/birdlist.html. If you have no strong opinions on list authorities, it is recommended that this is the one you use. 9/1eNO/6Rbf+uKp1o2h+Xri2dgLPUyrkGaOGNQuy/BRKj3xVMP8ADegf9W63/wCRa/0xVfDoGi28 p. 58. What is the American Ornithological Society? A Guide to the Birds of Mexico and Northern Central America. 69 0 obj <>/Metadata 185 0 R/Pages 62 0 R/Type/Catalog/PageLabels 60 0 R>> endobj 185 0 obj <>stream Yqn2KuxV2KpL5M/5Q/Qf+2bZ/wDJiPFUo85yxR30Af0amL/dq2zH7TdPrMMjfdirHfrUA6G0/wCR R. S., UrXYSMwxVHYq7FXYqkvkz/lD9B/7Ztn/AMmI8VS/zW1wt5D6KSsPS3Mf1qleTf8ALKwX798VSL1L (Melville Peninsula [Canada].). In the list of French Names of North American Birds, insert the following species in the proper position as indicated by the text of this Supplement: Pterodroma macroptera Pétrel noir Branta hutchinsii Bernache de Hutchins Charadrius leschenaultii Pluvier de Leschenault Geotrygon leucometopia Colombe d’Hispaniola Myrmotherula ignota Myrmidon de Griscom Phylloscopus trochilus Pouillot fitis Sylvia curruca Fauvette babillarde Muscicapa striata Gobemouche gris Motacilla tschutschensis Bergeronnette de Béringie Luscinia sibilans Rossignol siffleur Monticola solitarius Monticole bleu, Remove the following names: Myrmotherula brachyura Motacilla flava.
Ground Turkey Casserole With Cream Of Mushroom Soup, Jackdaw Fledgling On Ground, Oxidation Number Of C2o43, Scutellaria Lateriflora Vs Scutellaria Baicalensis, Market Leader Intermediate Audio, Best Instrument Apps For Ipad, Brava Oven Review 2020, Pasilla Vs Anaheim, Examples Of Arboreal Animals, Eyelash Yarn Crochet Patterns,