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    DMW replied to the thread Latest IOC diary updates.
    It all gets a bit messy when you take into account that "Indonesian" (bahasa Indonesia) is not an indigenous language to West Papua. It...
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    DMW replied to the thread Latest IOC diary updates.
    So are we going to change the common English name again, to Pale Rock Wagtail, until the next revision when it turns out to be a...
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    DMW replied to the thread Bird with smallest range.
    Don't get me wrong, I'm not arguing that the entire range of Bugun Liocichla is definitively restricted to what is currently known, and...
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    DMW replied to the thread Bird with smallest range.
    Of course, "known range" is open to interpretation. I was mostly thinking about birds that have only ever been known from a very small...
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    DMW replied to the thread Bird with smallest range.
    The interesting thing about Bugun Liocichla is that the area immediately surrounding its known range has been extremely well-covered by...
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    DMW reacted to Andrew Whitehouse's post in the thread Bird with smallest range with Like Like.
    I remember seeing Mauritius Fody about 20 years ago and reckoning I could see both the bird and more-or-less its entire global range at...
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    So what species has the smallest known range? Two categories, island endemics and continental species. I think Bugun Liocichla must be a...
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    I feel the same way. I actually see digital and physical copies as performing separate functions. I very rarely carry books into the...
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    This is an article published in the last issue of the digital magazine The Cuban Birder. To download Issue No.2 (June 2021), please go...
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    Turtle Dove, if there are any left.
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