Winters in central and southern Africa from 11° to 12° N in western Africa to 1° to 2° N in eastern Africa; a few also to western and central Ethiopia and southeast Somalia, casually north to Europe where most recorded from the Mediterranean region, but recorded north to Great Britain. The AOU Checklist of North American Birds is the standard reference for the field. Change Lagopus mutus to Lagopus muta. (A), Charadrius leschenaultii Greater Sand-Plover. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. The first is the Check-list of North American Birds published by the American Ornithologists’ Union.The second is the ABA Checklist published by the American Birding Association.Both standardize names and species of North American birds and thus make it possible for birders to record the species they have observed and … Birds 53(1): 99, cover, 1999; Rogers and Jaramillo 2002]). p. 235. +IdY/wCron/I6x/6pYq7/EWsf9XRP+R1j/1SxVFaZrmqT6hbQy6isqSSKrIJbM8gT0pHGG+7FUv1 p. 58. 2001). JbyE2/rcRFQ+iLsivJuv1VSv374qkn1PVPG7/wCB1L/mjFXfVNU8bv8A4HUv+aMVd9T1Pxu/+B1L Nat., ed. Allard, Checklist of North American Birds, 5th ed. First North American record of Greater Sandplover. 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. Soc. AOS Checklist of North and Middle American Birds. Winters in arid sites, from thorny bushes along wadis to scrub jungle. Breeding populations in the southern prairie states were extirpated, but many have become reestablished. Erroneously and dubiously reported from India. R. C.Fleischer. Moustached Antwren. In addition, several minor changes are made to correct citations of generic names or other errors. S. L.Talbot, Make these changes also in the Notes for these species. Thus, if Megaceryle is recognized as a distinct genus, adjectival specific names must have a feminine ending (e.g., torquata) but if it is considered a subgenus of Ceryle, as herein following Peters (1945) and Fry (1978), the adjectival species names must have masculine endings (e.g., torquatus). Winters in the Old World from south-eastern Asia and the Philippines to the Greater Sundas and northern Australia. For serious birders in North America, it’s become a July tradition to wait for the annual supplement from the AOU Checklist Committee. Change Glaucis aenea to Glaucis aeneus. Casual to Spitsbergen, Iceland, the Faeroes, Madeira, and the Cape Verde and Guinea islands. p. 423. 137:ukaa030. In the citation for the subgenus Megaceryle, change the statement of the type species from “Alcedo guttata Vigors = Ceryle guttulata Stejneger” to “Alcedo guttata Vigors = Ceryle lugubris Temminck.”. In the heading and citation for Chen canagica, change the spelling of the author's name to Sewastianoff. nPl2+3tTFUfirAdTS7Oo3RWScL60lAovqU5Hp6S8Pu2xVRhN9BMkweZzGwYLIuoMpp2ZWShGKpmd lD9B/wC2bZ/8mI8VSvzbHO2oRNCHI9EA8PWp9p/9820w/HFUi9G98Jvuu/8AshxVOtN0vS70x27T The Committee has continued to operate in the manner outlined in the 42nd Supplement . J.Wiley, DPJ//Vh03/pDg/6p4q7/AAZ5P/6sOm/9IcH/AFTxV3+DPJ//AFYdN/6Q4P8Aqnirv8GeT/8Aqw6b Field Museum of Natural History Zoological Series 13. We follow Garrido et al. Adobe PDF Library 8.0 Change the Notes to read: Formerly known as Red-vented Woodpecker. 7sVW33mDVYLy4hjeiRyOij6oX2DED4vrK1+dMVUP8S6x/vz/AKcj/wBleKq66x5lYchHKQdwRp70 Breeds on islands in the southern Atlantic and Indian, and southwestern Pacific, oceans on Tristan da Cunha, Gough, Prince Edward Islands, Crozet Islands, and Kerguelen Islands, islets off the south coast of western Australia, and on offshore islets and headlands of North Island, New Zealand. p. 45. ReferenceStream 3/fVz9+o/wDNeKtepe/76ufv1H/mvFVQJqZHIW12Qe9NS/5qxV3DVP8Almu/u1L/AJqxV3DVOv1a 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). Hxf80Yq79L+W/wDqzWP/ACPi/wCaMVd+l/Lf/Vmsf+R8X/NGKr4Ne0G2lWe30mziljNUdZ4gQfY8 p. 158. Make this change also in the text, and change S. maura to S. maurus. Shirihai, TTafaySSSWsLO7tDGzMzNGSSSdziqbf4M8n/APVh03/pDg/6p4q7/Bnk/wD6sOm/9IcH/VPFXf4M Birds 54:317, 2000), is not definitive (Gibson et al. A. W.Kratter, u9HVP5Lv/kRqX/ZTirvR1T+S7/5Eal/2U4qrWthq13OlupniL1+OaPUY0FAW3drkAdMVTH/C+tf8 Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. /wDT3mH/AJZk/wCkO+/6pYq79PeYf+WZP+kO+/6pYq79PeYf+WZP+kO+/wCqWKpjo2panezyR30Q p. 490. Acceptance of a Florida record of Contopus caribaeus adds this species to the list of those known to occur in the United States. S. V.Drovetski, ): Japanese Quail ( Coturnix japonica) 1991, Paxinos et al. FXYqkvkz/lD9B/7Ztn/yYjxVBeaDfi7iNoXVTHuUeVd+TbUhuoP1fTiqSc9a/wB+T/8AI26/7yGK Blue Rock Thrush. Before the account for Phylloscopus sibilatrix, insert: Phylloscopus trochilus (Linnaeus). 7. Turdus solitarius Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. 2003). Larvivora sibilans Swinhoe, 1863, Proc. It summarizes decisions made by the AOU’s Committ ee on Classifi cation and Nomenclature—North America between 1 January and 31 December 2006. p. 13. Thus, we divide B. canadensis by recognizing a set of smaller-bodied forms as the species B. hutchinsii, and rearrange our representatives of the genus in the sequence bernicla, leucopsis, hutchinsii, canadensis, sandvicensis. Fifty-ninth supplement to the American Ornithologists’ Union Check-list of North American Birds. Check-list of Birds of the World, vol. 2003). UrXYSMwxVHYq7FXYqkvkz/lD9B/7Ztn/AMmI8VS/zW1wt5D6KSsPS3Mf1qleTf8ALKwX798VSL1L "Check-list of North American birds" (1957, fifth ed. application/pdf Identification of an individual believed to be of this Asian species photographed on Attu Island, western Aleutians, Alaska, on 4 June 2000 (North Amer. Check -list of North American Birds, 6th edition. The “Hawk Mountain Petrel”: First Pennsylvania record, but which species? H0uriMn7Tf78tLg/iMVY7/o/++ofug/7xmKu/wBH/wB9Q/dB/wB4zFXf6P8A76h+6D/vGYq7/R/9 P. Change Dives atroviolacea to Dives atroviolaceus. MKUxVBC68294rD/gbv8A6o4q7635t/31Yfdd/wDVHFXfW/Nv++rD7rv/AKo4q7615u/31Yf8Dd/9 ornithologists (e.g., Earl Godfrey: pers. /fl7v73+Ktevq/8Avy+/4LUMVb+sav09S+++/wAVa9fV/wDfl9/wWoYq36+r/wC/L7/gtQxVPPKk American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (1886): White-fronted Goose ( Anser albifrons) American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (incl. 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. The American Ornithologists’ Union (AOU) is an ornithological organisation in the United States. Hosted by the USGS Core Science Analytics and Synthesis. The Committ ee has continued to operate in the manner outlined in the 42nd Supplement (AOU 2000). (A). In the list, insert the following species in the proper position as indicated by the text of this Supplement: Pterodroma macroptera Great-winged Petrel. T. H.Fisher. Therefore, we separate M. tschutschensis from others in the M. flava complex. 2) Open Excel. This Supplement is a publication of the American Ornithologists' Union. Cm/EMdt8VRuKuxV2KpL5M/5Q/Qf+2bZ/8mI8VTrFVruEUsaniC1AKmg8AMVSe71jT7qIRpPe2rAh Spotted Flycatcher. ): Red Warbler ( Ergaticus ruber) American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition (incl. Change Tiaris olivacea to Tiaris olivaceus. p. 491. The American Ornithologists’ Union (AOU) Checklist of North American Birds was first published in 1886. Change Siphonorhis americanus to Siphonorhis americana in the heading and Notes. (Europa; restricted to Sweden by Hartert, 1909, Vögel Pal. D. D., 705–730. Change Machetornis rixosus to Machetornis rixosa. Change Leucopternis plumbea to Leucopternis plumbeus in both heading and Notes to agree with the masculine gender of the generic name (fide David and Gosselin 2002b). Motacilla tschutschensis Gmelin, 1789, Syst. pp. 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. Motacilla trochilus Linnaeus, 1758, Syst. 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. 52. This is the fifth Supplement since publication of the 7th edition of the Check-list of North American Birds (American Ornithologists’ Union [AOU] 1998). ozTP+W+6/wCk6b/qrirv0Zpn/Lfdf9J03/VXFXfozTP+W+6/6Tpv+quKu/Rmmf8ALfdf9J03/VXF 14E-mail: This is the 13th supplement since publication of the seventh edi-tion of the Check-list of North American Birds (American Orni-thologists’ Union [AOU] 1998). Gv2j/Np8h/4Y4q1YXmn2nqevp1pe8+PH1vTHCla09PT061xVmuhaomqWjOsSQei3p+nGxZQoA40L D.Nurney. B. J.Pierson, p. 553. Sci. It summarizes decisions made between 1 January 2009 and 31 March 2010 by the AOU's Committee on Classification and Nomenclature—North and Middle America. The changes in spelling of the specific names reflect new determination of the gender of generic names (David and Gosselin 2002b) and are to cause gender agreement of specific with generic names; some affect names of extralimital species mentioned only in Notes for species on our list. p. 351. R4qv12+mtmsba2lET3NyizMHjV0t1DNI6iVXB3Cqdv2tt6Yqhda8w3em3v1aCGJ09NXDyOASWLf5 J.Jackson, and RtYUgKMG9X6i0QUgNsWkau61G2Ks+xV2KpL5M/5Q/Qf+2bZ/8mI8VSzzc9wt7CIi4X0v2PW68m/3 This is the 19th supplement since publication of the 7th edition of the Check-list of North American Birds (American Ornithologists’ Union [AOU] 1998). THIRTY-SECOND SUPPLEMENT TO THE AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION CHECK-LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN BIRDS THE present Supplement covers changes in names accepted by the Committee on Classification and Nomenclature since the publication of the A.O.U. J. J. L.Dunn, 58th suppl. South Africa, Aves, pl. ISSN 0004-8038, electronic ISSN 1938-4254. Pavlova, An updated list of the bird species known from the AOU Check-list area may be accessed at 127, Number 3, pages 726 −744. f032ee28-42d4-11de-ab7d-d5b3a4dcb86b In the account for Coccyzus melacoryphus, replace the last sentence of the Notes with: A specimen record with little data, obtained from a wild bird rehabilitation center in southern Texas (Weslaco), is of uncertain origin (Robbins et al. 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. It summarizes decisions made by the AOU's Committee on Classification and Nomenclature between 1 January 2003 and 31 December 2003. H. Field Guide. Change Leucopternis semiplumbea to Leucopternis semiplumbeus. Accidental in Greenland (specimen from Hold with Hope, Myggbukta, 18 September 1937 [Bird and Bird 1941]) and in western Alaska (at least one photographed at Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, 25–30 August 2002 [Lehman 2003]). Before the account for Pterodroma neglecta, insert: Pterodroma macroptera (Smith). vUhtZw3y+O2cU38MVQf1q1/6u2rf9Ip/7IMVQd9fXcZT9HX+oTg15maF46eFOOmPXFUJ+ktd/wCW AAIRAQMRAf/EAaIAAAAHAQEBAQEAAAAAAAAAAAQFAwIGAQAHCAkKCwEAAgIDAQEBAQEAAAAAAAAA XfozTP8Alvuv+k6b/qrirv0Zpn/Lfdf9J03/AFVxV36M0z/lvuv+k6b/AKq4q79GaZ/y33X/AEnT S. C.Heinl, and Tropical Lowland Evergreen Forest Edge, Secondary Forest (0–600 m; Tropical Zone). Delete the first sentence of Notes. Nat., p. 154. It is the largest and oldest organisation in the New World dedicated to the scientific analysis of birds. Uj/yyp/3Dpv64q3+jzx5m2UAbLTTpaFttiK16Yq76owUp9WShIJ/3GzdRX+uKtfUj/yyp/3Dpv64 Rearrange the sequence of species of Branta as follows: Make the following changes in annotations to species in the list: Add (N) after Pterodroma phaeopygia Galapagos Petrel, which was changed from Dark-rumped Petrel in the 43rd Supplement (Banks et al. For the last 130 years and through seven editions, it’s served as the official authority on classification and names of all bird species on this continent. qTwWMEckZDI6ooII7g0xVg+rNCNUvAy2xPryV5rZcvtHr6kob798VQZeAgjjaD346f8A9VsVb5wf Motacilla striata Pallas, 1764, in Vroeg, Cat. Two new members were added to the commi tt ee in 2006— R. Terry Chesser … E. E., 1957 wurde eine vierte Checkliste über die Vögel Nordrhodesiens von White und Constantine Walter Benson veröffentlicht. Forty -second supplement to the American Ornithologists’ Union Check-list of North American Birds. M. B., The account for Manacus aurantiacus mistakenly incorporates M. vitellinus viridiventris into that species. Further, the name ignota Griscom, 1929 has priority over obscura Zimmer, 1932, and is the proper name of the species that occurs in the Check-list area. REGULAR SPECIES (recorded in at least 8 of last 10 years) ANATIDAE _____ Snow Goose _____ Ross’s Goose _____ Greater White-fronted Goose _____ Cackling Goose K.Mild, and Inches 8002n2skkklrCzu7QxszMzRkkknc4qm3+DPJ/wD1YdN/6Q4P+qeKu/wZ5P8A+rDpv/SHB/1TxV3+ 132:748-764. After the account for Phylloscopus borealis, insert: Genus Sylvia Scopoli.
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