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  1. gdhunter

    Field Guide to North American Flycatchers: Empidonax and Pewees

    And you make my original point. I'm neither surprised nor disappointed by the continued use of a commonly accepted demarcation between North America and Central America. But this pointless tangent cloaked in the language of a noble crusade diverts discussion from the merits of the guide. Thanks...
  2. gdhunter

    Field Guide to North American Flycatchers: Empidonax and Pewees

    The flycatcher guide isn't an app (though perhaps it may also be offered that way). Though it's called a field guide, I suspect that it will be more useful as a reference work used to help solve ID puzzles (much like the Peterson series warbler "field guide"). I'm kinda old school, with a...
  3. gdhunter

    Field Guide to North American Flycatchers: Empidonax and Pewees

    I've seen some rational but opposing views expressed here. I've seen some irrational views expressed here. For example, it's a bit over-the-top to suggest that any definition of North America that doesn't include Mexico is "indefensible and should not occur any more". I've got probably two...
  4. gdhunter

    Field Guide to North American Flycatchers: Empidonax and Pewees

    My visits to BirdForum are increasingly infrequent, and this thread reminds me why that's true. North of Mexico works for me, and is generally understood. Certainly won't deter me from buying it. but I would have preferred the inclusion of every flycatcher genus, rather than two. How many "field...
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