Awesome!! That's a lot of flags... keep it up!
Warning: some anger ahead... you have been warned.
I was just noticing today that ADW has a new layout, but...
Their bird taxonomy is severely outdated. No joke. Even Wikipedia is more advanced. They're in the freaking dark ages of bird taxonomy (aka the nineties).
But this isn't the freaking NINETIES. Nineties was thirteen years ago (if you count the current date).
Why are you still using this OLD TAXONOMY, ADW? It looks ridiculous.
- 1 Palaeognaths
- 2 Neognaths
- 2.1 Galloanserae
- 2.2 Neoaves
Here's what it looks like:
- Struthioniformes: cassowaries, emus, kiwis, ostriches, and
- Apterygidae: kiwis
- Casuariidae: cassowaries
- Dinornithidae: moas
- Dromaiida: eemus
- Rheidae: rheas
- Struthionidae: ostrich
- Tinamiformes: tinamous.
I'll admit, I was a little reluctant to s…
If you look at the front page and scroll down, you can see what I mean.
Looks like there's ten flags now!
That's awesome! Keep it up! :)
- Title: The Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America
- Authors: Donald Stokes and Lilian Stokes
- Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
- Publication date: 2010
- Format: Softcover
- Page count: 791
Do you like or love to bird? Don't know the difference between Hairy Woodpecker or Downy Woodpecker? Don't know what the mantle is? Well, this is definitely the book for you!
This book is beautiful. I don't even know how to describe it. Most pages have four photographs a page, but some have anywhere from two to six or more.
The types of birds are colour-coded. For example, American sparrows and buntings are dark green. It is colour-coded like Birds of Maharashtra. This is a nice, quick reference! I don't know very many books quite like this.
There is also a qui…