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2.3. How can I get on-line bird checklists?




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This article is from the Birds FAQ, by Lanny Chambers with numerous contributions by others.

2.3. How can I get on-line bird checklists?

An excellent collection of lists is available at Jack Siler's
website:

http://www.birdingonthe.net/birdlists/

A checklist of the birds of North America is available on floppy disk
from the American Birding Association (see section 2.4 below).

Santa Barbara Software Products will send bird lists for any region
by e-mail at no charge. Their e-mail address is
sbsp@aol.com.


 

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