|Showing Records 1 through 50 of 879 Total Records
||9556 IOC (seen only)
||Rock Partridge in Macedonia. Mexico:Horned Guan, Singing Quail, Tuxtla quail-dove, Bearded Screech-owl, Fulvous Owl, Curve-winged & Long-tailed Ssabrewings, Wine-throated & Emerald-chinned Hummingbirds, White-throated Jay, Sumicrast’s & Nava’s Wrens, Aztec Trush, Ochre Oriole Eastern Brazil Sept/Oct 2015: Black-fronted Piping-Guan, White-collared Kite, Blue-bellied Parrot, Pfrimer’s Parakeet, Long-trained & Sickle-winged Nightjars, White-browed Antpitta, Araripe Manakin, Hooded Gnateater, Black-legged Dacnis
||9349 IOC V 6.2 seen only
||Sabah and Sarawak April - May 2016. Grey Imperial Pigeon, Bornean Ground Cuckoo, Bornean Frogmouth, Brown Barbet, Hose's Broadbill, Black Oriole, Hook-billed Bulbul, Pygmy White-eye. Heard birds 82
||9242 IOC seen only
|| IOC V6.2 -- Clements v2015 - 9052 (seen)
March 2016 Venezuela - Tepui Tinamou, Red-legged Tinamou, Yellow-knobbed Curassow, Plain-flanked Rail, Roraiman Nightjar, Pale-headed Jacamar, Crimson-hooded Manakin, Venezuelan Sylph, Scissor-tailed Hummingbird, White-throated Barbtail, Sucre Antpitta, Scallop-breasted Antpitta, Paria Whitestart, Grey-headed Warbler, Venezuelan Flowerpiercer, Caracas and Paria Brush Finch
||Updated April 2016. IOC. Latest S Peru Marh-April 2016 with som catch-ups: Taczanowski´s Tinamou, Buff-fronted Owl (again!), Koepcke´s Screech-Owl, Apurimac Spinetail and Brush-Finch, Ampay and Vilcabamba Tapaculo, Semicollared Hawk, and more. NE and EC Brazil Feb-March 2016. Buff-fronted owl, Hooded gnateater, Moustached woodcreeper, Sao Francisco Black-tyrant, Bahia Nighthawk, Minas Gerais tyrannulet, Brasilia,Diamantina, Boa Nova and Bahia tapaculos, Stresemann´s bristlefront, Henna-capped and Planalto foliage-gleaners, Pfrimer´s parakeet, Red-throated piping-guan, Bananal antbird, Rose-breasted chat, Kämpfer´s woodpecker and many more
||Updated, Sept' 2013: Nordman's Greenshank, Taiwan Magpie, Taiwan Partridge, Swinhoe's & Mikado Pheasant, Taiwan Hwamei, Ryuku Scop's Owl, Whistling Green Pigeon, Collaared Finchbill, Rufous-crowned & Rusty Laughing Thrush, Fairy Pitta, Taiwan Babbler, Black-necklaced Scimitar Babbler, Taiwan Shortwing
||Mark Van Beirs
||IOC taxonomy. 12 January 2016: White-bellied Seedsnipe, Austral Rail and Yellow Cardinal in Argentina; Great Spotted Kiwi (my final kiwi), New Zealand Storm Petrel and Malherbe's Parakeet in New Zealand; Painted Sandgrouse, Sykes's Nightjar and Forest Owlet in India. 28 September 2015: CONGO PEAFOWL (the ultimate prize for the birder in Africa!) in the DRC. 15 June 2015: Amami Woodcock, Okinawa Rail, Pryer's Woodpecker and Japanese Yellow Bunting in Japan. 13 May 2015: Craveri's Murrelet in Baja California. 27 March 2015: Hume's Pheasant, Grey Peacock Pheasant, Ferruginous Partridge and Hodgson's Frogmouth in Thailand. 19 February 2015: Taita Falcon (the final member of the Falconidae) in South Africa. The total is 8714 when following Clements taxonomy. All seen; no heards.
||Update of Jan 2, 2015: After trips to Samoa, Brazil and Indonesia, the present update lands at 8849. Last year was good, except for a long black-out in spring/summer when Herpes zoster in the eye and complications suddenly hit me. It all cleared up and now back in business since long. Will try to remember updating at intervals.
||(IOC 6.1) The stunning flock of 1.400 Andaman Teals on a lagoon near Port Blair (February 2016).
||Updated Dec 2015. IOC 5.2 (seen only) - Clements/Cornell est. 8580. Sep 2015 Bolivia revisit including Palkachupa Cotinga, Scimitar-winged Piha, Grey and Black-capped Tinamous. Oct 2015 Peru North and South revisit including White-masked Antbird, Purple-backed Sunbeam, Russet-bellied Spinetail, Hooded Tinamou, Rufous-vented Ground Cuckoo. Nov 2015 Sulawesi small islands including Talaud Rail, Talaud Bush Hen, Taliabu Masked Owl, Cerulean Paradise Flycatcher, Sangihe [Shrike-Thrush] Whistler
||MAY 16: Sensational Sichuan with 10 spp parrotbill incl Przevalski's; Blackthroat; and slew of sensational "chickens"; Qinghai Tibet, with Przewalski’s Pinktail (final world bird family), Tibetan Sandgrouse, Rosefinch, Bunting & Babax, along with Szechenyi's Monal-Partridge; MAR 16: Tristan da Cunha endems & specialties, notably Inaccessible Rail, Wilkins' Finch, Gough Bunting & Moorhen, plus N Rockhopper colonies & exquisite Sooty & Atl Yellow-nosed allies on the nest; FEB 16: Dominican Republic, with Palmchat, Bay-breasted Cuckoo, Ashy-faced Owl with prey, and other DR endems; SEP 15: Cristalino, with Bare-eyed & Xingu Scale-b Antbirds plus Uniform Woodcreeper; Mamiraua, with beaut Wattled Curassows
||Seen Only, Clements:2016:Uzbek.: Pander's Ground Jay; Myanmar: Hooded Treepie 2015: Madagascar: Helmet Vanga; Colombia: Hooded Antpitta; Chile: Chestnut-throated Huet-huet; Gomera: Bolle's Pigeon, Laurel Pigeion; Kadogawa: Japanese Murrelet 2014: Amami-Oshima: Lidth's Jay; Cambodia: Giant and White-shouldered Ibis; Japan: Steller's Sea-Eagle, Ural Owl; 2013:Easter Island: Kermadec, Herald, and Phoenix Petrels; Chile: Crag Chilia, White-sided Hillstar S. India: Nilgiri/Scaly Thrush, Wynaad Laughingthrush, Mottled Wood Owl, White-bellied Minivet. 2012 Spain: Pin-tailed Sandgrouse-all Sandgrouse now seen...2011 Oman: Hume's Owl; Bahrain: Hypocolius (last family!), Colombia Aug 2010: Rufous-fronted Parakeet, Bicolored Antvireo, Bicolored Antpitta, Urrao Antpitta, Black Solitaire, Multicolored and Gold-ringed Tanagers, Chestnut-bellied Flowerpiercer; Colombia May 2010: Cundinamarca Antpitta, Blossomcrown, Tolima Dove; Colorado Apr 2010: White-tailed Ptarmigan Colombia Jan 2010: Yellow-headed Manakin, Red-bellied Grackle; Ecuador Oct. 2009: Brown Wood-Rail, Giant and Moustached Antpittas, Orange-breasted Fruiteater, Five-colored Barbet, Cloud-forest Pygmy-Owl, Berlepsch's Tinamou; Ecuador Feb 2009: Peruvian Antpitta (San Isidro), Greater Scythebill (Guacamayos Ridge Trail), Jocotoco Antpitta, Andean Potoo---finally! (Tapichalaca), Orange-throated Tanager (Cabanas Yankuam)
||Now all birds tracked in eBird. Mar 2015 Streaky-br Flufftail, Codrington's Indigo Bird, Vincent's Bunting; Jan 2015 Germany Red-breasted Goose. Three new Georgia - Snowcock, Black Grouse, Rosefinch. Four new Turkey - Nuthatch, Snowcock, Radde's Accentor (8500), East Cinereous Bunting. Six lifers in Uganda, Feb 2014 -- incl: Willard's Boubou and Green-breasted Pitta. AFGHAN SNOW FINCH Feb 2014.
||Clements seen only: Jan 2015 N & S Viet Nam 26 Lifers; Pied Falconet, VN Fireback, Germains Peacock Pheasant, Blue rumped Pitta; Sulawesi Oct 2014: 126 new birds Hylocitrea, Mtn Serin, Grt Shortwing
||December 2014: Rockjumper's 1000 Birds Megatour added 47 new birds, including stunning Blue-billed Curassow (once thought to be extinct), Beautiful Woodpecker, Blossomcrown, Azure-naped Jay, and a half-dozen Santa Marta birds not available on my last trip to Colombia.
||2012 Jan Arizona, LeConte's Thrasher;2011 Dec, Baja California,Xantus's Hummingbird,Belding's Yellowthroat,Gray Thrasher;2011 Nov, Brazil,Lesser Nothura, Giant Snipe,White-winged Nightjar,Cone-billed Tanager, Chestnut Seedeater;Clements updates +44;2011 September, Cozumel/Yucatan,Ocellated Turkey,Yucatan Nightjar and Poorwill, Mexican Sheartail, Rose-throated Tanager;2011 Jul, Svalbard, Dovekie;2011 Jun,AZ,MD&IC,Zino's&Fea's Petrels,Trocaz,Bolle's&Laurel Pigeons, Blue Chaffinch;2011 Mar, Cuba, Blue-headed Quail-Dove, Giant kingbird, Oriente Warbler, Cuban Gnatcatcher;2011 Jan Florida Scrub-Jay; Bahama Woodstar and Swallow on Andros;Clements 2010 updates +34-4= +30,
||Last lifer was Red-shouldered Vanga, Madagascar Nov'99
||2011 Highlights – Giant and White-shouldered Ibis, Masked Finfoot, Germain’s Peacock Pheasant, Blue-rumped Pitta, and Milky Stork in Cambodia; Hodgson’s Frogmouth, Ratchet-tailed Treepie, Giant Nuthatch, and Green Cochoa in Thailand; Taczanowski’s Tinamou and White-tufted Sunbeam in Peru; Cabot’s Tragopan, Elliot’s Pheasant, Blue-crowned Laughingthrush, and Chinese Crested Tern in SE China; a clean sweep of all Taiwan endemics including excellent views of Mikado and Swinhoe’s Pheasants plus Golden Parrotbill and Fairy Pitta; all Pemba Island endemics; Usambara Eagle Owl and Karamoja Apalis in Tanzania; Red-collared Mountain-Babbler and Shelley’s Crimsonwing in Rwanda; Maleo and Red-backed Thrush in Sulawesi; Wallace’s Standardwing and Ivory-breasted Pitta in Halmahera.
||December 2015. IOC 5.2 All Seen. China May 2015 Sichuan Partridge, Biddulph's Ground Jay, Przevalski's Parrotbill, Blackthroat. Sulawesi Region November 2015 Talaud Rail, Talaud Bush-hen, Taliabu Masked Owl, Sangihe Shrikethrush, Cerulean Paradise Flycatcher, Banggai Crow, Helmeted and Bare-eyed Mynas.
||Ghana Oct 2010; highlights; Dwarf Bittern, Long-tailed Hawk, Congo Serpent Eagle, Afep Pigeon, Black-collared Lovebird, Olive Long-tailed Cuckoo, Black-throated Coucal, Frasers Eagle Owl, Plain Nightjar, White-bellied Kingfisher, Rosy Bee-eater, White-crested and Black Dwarf Hornbills, Red-rumped Tinkerbird, Little-green, Melancholy and Fire-bellied Woodpeckers, Yellow-bearded Greenbul, Finschs Flycatcher Thrush,Sharpes Apalis, Lemon-bellied Crombec, Kemps Longbill, Violet-backed Hyliota, Usshers, Little Grey and Tessmans Flycatchers, Bioko and Senegal Batis, Yellow-headed Picathartes, Forest Penduline Tit, Buff-throated Sunbird, Sabines Puffback, Red-billed Helmet Shrike, Coppery-tailed Glossy Starling, Red-fronted Antpecker, Wilsons Indigobird, Exclamatory and Togo Paradise Whydahs; Georgia and Turkey May 2010; Green Warbler, Iraq Babbler; all Micronesian endemics Jan 2010; N Argentina and S E Brazil Nov/Dec 09; Red-faced Guan, Crowned Eagle, Red-tailed and Blue-bellied Parrots, Hoys Screech Owl, Sickle-winged and Long-trained Nightjars, Marsh and Sao Paulo Antwrens, Wetland and Planalto Tapaculos, Canebrake Groupcreeper, Red-backed Sierra-finch, Kaempfers Tody tyrant, Restinga Tyrannulet, Spotted Bamboowren, Green-chinned Euphonia, Black-legged Dacnis
||Updated 13th May 2016 (IOC taxonomy - seen): Georgia May 2016: new bird highlights were Caucasian Grouse and Caucasian Snowcock plus Levant Sparrowhawk and Mountain Chiffchaff. Previously seen highlights included: Corn Crake, Armenian Gull, Green Warbler, Wallcreeper, Guldenstat's Redstart and Great Rosefinch.
||8236 IOC seen
||Apr 16 - Costa Rica - Fabulous return trip 26 years after my first visit! Filled a lot of gaps - Lattice-tailed Trogon , Scaled Antpitta , Keel-billed Motmot , Slaty-breasted Tinamou , Vermicualted & Pacific Screech Owls , 6 new hummers etc etc
||Latest highlights include:All Dom Rep Endemics, South India and Andaman, Guatemala with Horned Guan etc ,Przevalkski's and Roborovski's Rosefinch, Przev Redstart, Kozlov's Bunting & Babax, Cambodian Tailorbird, Bee Hummingbird, Blue-headed Quail-dove, Giant Kingbird, Zapata Sparrow etc in Cuba ,Letter-winged Kite and Int Spec Austr, 150+ lifers on a Colombia Mega trip,all mt Victoria spec in Myanmar, Wilsons Bop, Masked Bowerbird, Western parotia, Numfoor Paradise Kingfisher, Mc Gregors , Arfak Astrapia etc in Irian Jaya clements tax
||Following IOC taxonomy (5.4). Species seen well only - no heards/utvs included. Updated November 2015. Latest trip the Birdquest tour to Northern Peru, where much wanted lifers included Long-whiskered Owlet, Pale-billed Antpitta, Scarlet-banded Barbet, Blackish Pewee, Jet Manakin, Sulphur-throated Finch, Black-throated & Koepcke's Hermits, Mishana Tyrannulet, Dotted Tanager etc
||Costa Rica target trip, April 2016.
||Last upd: Jun 2015. Rufous-headed Parrotbill and White-necked Babbler in Thailand.
||eastern rock-nuthatch, palau ground-dove, mariana crow, tablas drongo, flame-templed babbler, bagobo wr-b (2016), ahanta francolin, flores scops-owl, flores green pigeon, white-eared night-heron, biet's laughinghtrush, sri lanka spurfowl, indian skimmer, forest owlet, indian bustard (2015), mountain peacock-pheasant, purple-naped lory, buru thrush, saxaul sparrow, nkulengu rail, white-necked picathartes, spot-breasted ibis, white-browed nuthatch, coral-billed ground-cuckoo (2014), reeves's pheasant, elliot's pheasant, white-necklaced hill-partridge, red-crowned crane, marquesas ground-dove, marquesas and fatu hiva monarch, polynesian ground-dove, cape verde warbler, jankowski's bunting, derby's parakeet, mongolian ground-jay, athi short-toed lark (2013), usambara eagle-owl, udzungwa forest patridge, uluguru bush-shrike, harlequin antbird, pale-faced antbird, golden parakeet, baer's pochard, caucasian snowcock, thick-billed lark, bay owl, wynaad laughingthrush, liben lark (2012), lesser masked owl, white-tipped monarch, wetar ground dove, blue-banded pitta, lewis' woodpecker, waldrapp, indian courser, ward's trogon, begun liocichla, banded cotinga, stresemann's bristlefront, whitewinged potoo, alagoas foliagegleaner, white-collared kite, serendib owl (2011), galapagos rail, nocturnal curassow, black-necked redcotinga, salvin´s curassow, shovel-billed kingfisher, chestnut rail, white-throated grasswren, orange chat, salvadori's pheasant, imperial parrot, grenada dove, montserrat oriole, whistling warbler, rufous-vented ground-cuckoo, beautiful treerunner, black-crowned antpitta (2010), malaysian rail-babbler, cabot's tragopan, chinese crested tern, zino's petrel, noisy scrubbird, little-spotted kiwi, palila (2009) blue-billed curassow, duskystarfrontlet, recurvebilled bushbird, iraq babbler, negros bleeding-heart, walden's hornbill, palawan peacock-pheasant, whiskered pitta, horned guan, short-crested coquette, white-throated jay, (2008) latham's francolin, clarke's weaver, beesley's lark, aberdare cisticola, capuchinbird, helmeted curassow, red-banded fruiteater, finsch's flycatcher-thrush, marmora's wabler, blue-headed quail-dove, crested quail-dove, elfin-woods warbler, ridgway's hawk (2007),conebilled tanager, kaempfer's tody-tyrant, sp. imperial eagle, purple cochoa, sichuan partridge, chinese monal, houbara bustard, long-wattled umbrellabird, zigzag heron, crescent-faced antpitta, pale-headed brushfinch, grey-headed antbird (2006), kagu, crow honeyeater, nc grassbird, swift parrot, red-lored whistler, regent's honeyeater, white-shouldered-, giant ibis, collared-laughingthrush, green cochoa, black-banded owl, magelanic plover, white-throated antpitta (2005), laurel pigeon, scaly groundroller, velvet asity, barau's petrel, redruffed fruitcrow, multicollared tanager, bearded helmetcrest, greynecked rockfowl, mt kupe bushshrike, bannerman's turaco (2004) montezuma quail, rustytinged antpitta, chestnutcrested cotinga, orangethroated tanager, gurney's pitta (2003) cerulean paradise-flycatcher, buff-fronted quaildove, shoebill (2002) cebu flowerpecker, palewinged trumpeter, orange dove, cherrythroated tanager(2001) stewart island kiwi, whitethroated quaildove, heuglin's bustard (2000)
||The highlights of a trip S. Ecuador with Rockjumper in March were Buff-fronted Owl, Orange-throated Tanager and Neblina Metaltail. Number 8000 was a very obliging Black-capped Screech-owl during a great trip to S. Brazil with Brad Davis ( Matto Grosso Birding).
||8 Feb.2010 Last new bird Cundinamarca Antpitta.2 Feb.2010. Brown-banded, Bicolored, Fenwicks and Moustached Antpittas and Noble Snipe in Colombia. 19 Nov.2009. Gray-naped Antpitta. 30 Sept.2009. Latest Maracaibo Tody-Flycatcher, Falcon, Venezuela. 15 Sept. 2009. Hoary-throated Spinetail, Brazil/Guyana border last new one. 17 August 2009. Lesser Antilles from Martinique and Barbuda to Grenada. 31 July 2009. Guianan Gnatcatcher, Golden-sided Euphonia etc. in French Guiana. 19 July 2009. Up to leaving Brazil. 14 July 2009. Birding in South America for the last two years, visiting Ecuador (6 months), Peru (8 months), Bolivia (5 months), Chile (1 week), Argentina (3 months) and Brazil (3 months and counting!). Seen 33 species of Tinamous including Solitary, Hooded, Taczanowski's, Dwarf and Quebracho Crested, 24 Grallaria Antpitta's including Giant, Ochre-striped, Pale-billed, Red-and-white, Jocotoco and Rufous-faced, and 29 Scytalopus Tapaculo's inc. Large-footed, Ancash, Marsh and Diademed.
||Clements / Cornell seen well only: In late March 2016, 2 weeks in Seram (2nd visit), Buru and Java with BR and NG provided 28 new including Seram and Buru Pittas, Hantu Boobook (both species), Lesser Masked Owl, Buru Dwarf Kingfisher, Boano Monarch and White-capped Munia with a bonus year tick in the form of a Chinese Crested Tern; in late Dec 2015/Jan 2016 did Grenada, Guyana (with Ron Allicock, BR, AM and JVS) and Trinidad with 44 lifers, all bar one photographed, the best Rufous-winged Ground-cuckoo, Red Siskin, Sun Parakeet, the widely strung Long-tailed and Red-billed Woocreeepers, Guianan Red Cotinga, Crimson Fruitcrow, Fiery-tailed Awlbill, White-winged and Long-tailed Potoos, the scarce Olive-green Tyrannulet and lots of other good birds. Best and / or rarest ever birds include Emperor Penguin, Inaccessible Island Rail, Slender-billed Curlew, Jerdon's Courser, Wilson's BoP, Giant Pitta, Crescent-faced Antpitta and Banded Ground-cuckoo
||Updated 9 May 2016: New birds in 2016 include Green Pheasant, Blakiston's Fish Owl, Spectacled Guillemot, Grey Bunting and Asian Rosy Finch in Japan, Antarctic and Snow Petrels in Antarctica, Northern Rockhopper Penguin, Tristan and Sooty Albatross, and Kerguelen, Atlantic and Spectacled Petrels off Tristan da Cunha. IOC v6.2 taxonomy, no introductions included and no 'heard-only' species.
||Costa Rica target trip, April 2016
||8052 IOC + 161 heards
||7880 +151 heards eBird/Clements. 2016: Western India 17 lifers inc Rock Bush Quail, Red Spurfowl, Red-naped Ibis (at last), Painted Sandgrouse, Forest Owlet, Syke's Nightjar and Lark, Green Avadavat. Atlantic Odyssey: Kerguelen, Spectacled & Grey Petrel, Tristan Albatross, Northern Rockhopper Penguin, St Helena Plover. Ascension Frigatebird & five sp of landbirds. Mallorca - Moltoni's Warbler. Far Eastern Russia - Black-billed Capercaille, Short-tailed Albatross, Fork-tailed Storm Petrel, Red-legged Kittiwake, Aleutian Tern, 6 sp alcid, 6 sp passerines.
||Kaempfer’s Woodpecker, Pfrimer’s Parakeet, Sincora Antwren, Sao Francisco Sparrow, Bahia Tyrannulet, Hooded Visorbearer, Fringe-backed Fire-eye, plus many more in Moluccas and eastern Lesser Sundas trip. #8000 was critically-endangered Black-chinned Monarch on Boano Island. Clements/Cornell, seen only.
||May 2016 somewhat disappointing trip with Birdquest to E & NE China due to not accessing Emei Fang (due to landslide) and closure of Foping NR, preventing access to good bamboo. So although most major targets (except Blackthroat) seen well around 15 others missed. Highlights Cabot's Tragopan, Elliot's and Brown-eared Pheasant, Crested Ibis, Pied Falconet, Chinese Crested Tern (flight only), Blyth's Kingfisher, Chinese Barbet, Courtois Laughingthrush, Jankowski's Bunting and the expected scarce waders (which I'd seen before).
||Trip to Moluccas from Ambon to Kai
||Stephen F. Bailey
||Clements/Cornell taxonomy and all birds seen (133 additional species heard-only). China, May 2016: 18 lifers including Asian Dowitcher and Relict Gull.
||According to IOC list. Does not include 174 species heard only. Latest trip - Colombia (Apr/May 2016) - Next trip Sumatra (July 2016)
||All IOC lists and observations at www.iGoTerra.com. Slow 2014 with only trips to India and Brazil.
||British living in USA
||Clements seen only.Sichuan may 2016 chinese monal,temmincks tragopan,golden,lady amhersts pheasants,severtovs grouse,sichuan jay,przewalski,snowy browed nuthatch,sichuan treecreeper,bush warbler,three toed,golden parrotbill,golden fronted fulvetta,streaked barwing,przevalskis rosefinch.
||Latest trip Arizona, Sothern California and Hawaii with 66 new. 2014, West Mexico plus Cuba and Jamaica clean up. 2013 sweep around the Andes of Central Peru, Northern Chile and Bolivia June/July 2013 c150 new species.Lesser Sunda's where most endemics seen, Elegant was 27th Pitta so is the highlight. NW India, 20 new species including Indian Bustard and Grey Hypocolius, the latter my final bird family. Also finally saw Tiger in the wild!
||Lady Am stunning male, Temmincks Tragopan, Moupinia, Streaked Barwing, Plain-backed Thrush (Sichuan Forest and Alpine), Grey-hooded Parrotbill, Yunnan Nutter, Biet's and Snowy-cheeked Laughers, Sichuan and Yunnan May 16; Tepui Tinamou (crippling views), Tepui Wren, Great Elaenia, Lilac-tailed Parrotlet, Tepui Nightjar, Scallop-breasted Antpitta clawback, E Venezuela Apr 16; Steller's Eider Norway Jan 16; Pirre Hummer, Viridian Dacnis, Crested Eagle, Black-crowned Gnatpitta, Speckled Antshrike, Wing-banded Antbird and much more, Darién Oct 15
||2016: Jan., Thailand – Spoon-billed Sandpiper (not new, but the best!); Feb., Queensland – Black-breasted Buttonquail, Albert’s Lyrebird, Ground Cuckoo-shrike; Mar., Eastern USA – Eastern Screech-Owl, Florida Scrub-Jay and Jamaica – Crested Quail-Dove, Jamaican Owl, Northern Potoo, Jamaican Lizard-Cuckoo, Arrowhead Warbler
||Oct/Nov Brazil Kaempfer's Woodpecker, Vulturine Parrot many others
||Clements-all seen-April 2016 27 ticks in Myanmar
||Shaun P. Coyle
||Siberian White Crane (India 1988). Slender-billed Curlew (Morocco 1990). Scissor-tailed Hummingbird (Venezuela 1991). Many highlights during a 6 month trip to Peru/Bolivia in 97. Puerto Rican Amazon & Elfin Wood's Warbler (Greater Antilles 2000). White-throated Jay & Pink-headed Warbler (Mexico 2001). Gurney's Pitta (Thailand 2002). Lear's Macaw, Black-hooded Antwren, Brazilian Laniisoma, Araripe Manakin & Cherry-throated Tanager (Brazil 2005). Purple-backed Sunbeam, Royal Sunangel, Grey-bellied Comet, Andean Laniisoma & all the inca-finches (C and N Peru, incl Iquitos 2006). Taita Apalis & Thrush, Sokoke Scops-Owl & Pipit (Southern Kenya). Esmeraldas Woodstar, Giant, Jocotoco, Moustached & Crescent-faced Antpitta's + Orange-throated Tanager (Ecuador 2007). Cape & Drakensburgh Rockjumpers (South Africa 2008). Santa Marta, Cundinamarca, Bicolored, Brown-banded, Urrao & Hooded Antpitta's (Colombia). Red Goshawk, Noisy Scrub-bird & Purple-crowned Fairywren (W + N Australia 2009). Black-hooded Coucal, Walden's Hornbill, Mindanao Wattled Broadbill, Whiskered Pitta & Cebu Flowerpecker (Philippines). Green-breasted Pitta (Uganda 2010). Madagascar Pochard, Slender-billed Flufftail, Sakalava Rail & Red Owl (2011). Arabian Bustard, Prince Rospoli's Turaco and Liben Lark (Ethiopia). Angola Cave Chat (Namibia). Pel's Fishing Owl (Botswana). Chaplin's Barbet (Zambia 2012). Boulder Chat + the 3 Bvumba sp. (Zimbabwe). Taita Falcon (South Africa). African Pitta, Cholo Alethe & White-winged Apalis (Malawi 2013). Houbara Bustard (Fuerteventura). Vermiculated Fishing Owl, Mount Kupe Bush-shrike & Red-headed Picathartes (Cameroon). Hose's Broadbill & Everett's Thrush (Sabah-Borneo). Rail-babbler (Malaysia). Talaud Pitta, Cerulean Paradise Flycatcher & Geomalia (Sulawesi). Azure Dollarbird, Ivory-breasted Pitta & Standardwing BoP (Halmahera 2014). White-eared Night-Heron, Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Bare-faced Bulbul & Chestnut-eared Laughingthrush (Indochina). Sunda Thrush & Spotted Crocias (Java). Victoria Crowned Pigeon, Shovel-billed Kingfisher & Wilson's Bird-of-Paradise (West Papua). Moluccan Masked Owl, Black-chinned (Boano) Monarch & Buru Thrush (Moluccas 2015). Omani Owl & Grey Hypocolius (Oman). Andaman Masked Owl, Sri Lanka Bay Owl & Serendib Scops Owl (Sri Lanka & India 2016).
||IOC list.2012:slaty-backed jungle flycatcher,bagobo babbler,zapata wren.
||Rockjumper S Ecuador trip - buff-fronted owl, orange-throated tanager, neblina metaltail, fiery-throated fruiteater
||IOC 6.2 Includes 162 heard onlys. The best of the latest additions: ALASKA 2016: Spectacled Eider, Red-legged Kittiwake, Smith's Longspur. INDIA 2016: Great Indian Bustard, Forest Owlet, Sykes's Nightjar. SOLOMON ISLANDS 2015: Black-faced Pitta, Solomons Frogmouth, Fearful Owl. KENYA 2014: Friedman’s Lark, Papyrus Gonolek, Taita Thrush. ZANZIBAR 2014: Pemba Scops Owl. PAPUA NEW GUINEA 2014: Pesquet’s Parrot, Emperor Bird-of-paradise, Atoll Starling. ECUADOR 2013: Orange-throated Tanager, Long-wattled Umrellabird, Jocotoco Antpitta. WEST PAPUA 2013: Wilson’s Bird-of-paradise, Macgregor's Honeyeater, New Guinea Woodcock. GEORGIA 2013: Caucasian Grouse. About half of seen birds are photographed and published on MY WORLD OF BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY by Lars Petersson.
||UK, living in Sweden
||Sept/Nov 2015 W. and S. Australia inc. Christmas is. and Tasmania. Highlights for me included Letter-winged Kite, Plains Wanderer, Grey Falcon, Banded Stilt, Inland Dotterel, Spotless Crake and a bunch of Grasswrens...sadly Chestnut Rail lives to fight another day. Feb/March 2016 saw us in NE Brazil, 9400 km driven in 25 days and a shed load of new birds secured (thanks a million Ciro). Highlights came on a daily basis including 5 Tapaculos (all seens well), 4 fabulous Gnateater, no fewer than 10 species of Manakin, the stonking Moustached Woodcreeper (both sub sp.), 2 yet-to-be-decribed species. Rose-breasted Chat, Crimson-fronted Cardinal, Pfrimer's Parakeet and the two stars of the show, Kaempfer's Woodpecker and an unforgettable Buff-fronted Owl.