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SNEAK PEEK! Birder’s Guide to Listing & Taxonomy, 2015

The 2015 issue of Birder’s Guide to Listing & Taxonomy is now being printed. That means that, if you’re an ABA member, you should find it in your mailbox in the next couple weeks. But you don’t have to wait until then to see what’s inside. And neither do non-members. You can see the entirety [read more…]

2015 AOU Supplement is Out!

Every summer, birders anxiously await publication of the “Check-list Supplement” by the American Ornithologists’ Union’s Committee on Classification and Nomenclature of North and Middle American Birds (NACC). The Supplement details revisions to its Check-list. Below is a brief rundown of those changes. (You can see the Supplement here.) Be sure to check out the ABA’s [read more…]

2015 AOU Check-list Proposals, Part 3

Here it is, the third and likely last document containing the proposed taxonomic updates to the AOU North American Check-list, which in turn are incorporated into the ABA Checklist. This batch contains 10 proposals that have been submitted in 2014 and early 2015, not all of which involve ABA-Area birds as the AOU’s North American [read more…]

2015 AOU Check-list Proposals, Part 2

Here it is, the second document containing the proposed taxonomic updates to the AOU North American Check-list, which in turn are incorporated into the ABA Checklist. This batch contains 13 proposals that have been submitted in 2014, not all of which involve ABA-Area birds as the AOU’s North American jurisdiction includes Mexico and Central America [read more…]

2015 AOU Check-list Proposals, Part 1

Split and lump season is coming early this year, and the first document containing the proposed taxonomic updates to the AOU North American Check-list, which in turn are incorporated into the ABA Checklist, has been released, a full two month earlier than last year. This first batch contains 12 proposals that have been submitted in [read more…]

2014 AOU Check-list Supplement is Out!

Every summer, birders anxiously await publication of the “Check-list Supplement” by the American Ornithologists’ Union’s North American Classification Committee (NACC). The Supplement details revisions to its Check-list (e.g., lumps, splits, new species, new classifications, etc.). Below is a brief rundown of those changes. (You can see the Supplement here.) Be sure to check out the [read more…]

2014 AOU Check-list Proposals, Part 3

And here we are with the third and final(?) installment of the American Ornithologists’ Union’s annual check-list committee supplement proposals, which in turn are incorporated into the ABA Checklist.

This batch contains an additional 9 proposals that have been submitted in 2013, not all of which involve ABA-Area birds as the AOU’s North American jurisdiction [read more…]

2014 AOU Check-list Proposals, Part 2

The second document containing the proposed taxonomic updates to the AOU North American Check-list, which in turn are incorporated into the ABA Checklist, has been recently released. This batch contains 10 proposals that have been submitted in 2013, not all of which involve ABA-Area birds as the AOU’s North American jurisdiction includes Mexico and Central [read more…]

2014 AOU Check-list Committee Proposals, Part 1

It’s split and lump season already, and the first document containing the proposed taxonomic updates to the AOU North American Check-list, which in turn are incorporated into the ABA Checklist, has been recently released. This first batch contains 10 proposals that have been submitted in 2013, not all of which involve ABA-Area birds as the [read more…]

2013 AOU Check-List Changes

The July issue of The Auk has just been published by the American Ornithologists’ Union, and like every year, it contains a supplement to the AOU Check-List. The ABA Checklist automatically adopts changes in taxonomy adopted by the AOU, so these changes are in effect immediately with regard to the ABA Checklist.

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