https://birdsoftheworld.org/See today's Birdquest E-newsletter 31, here:
We have learnt that HBW Alive will transition in early 2020 to become Birds of the World and ...
James, how will this affect the dear HBW Alive Key ... ?!?
Hopefully they will implement/use the Etymology of scientific bird names from Jobling’s (far more updated) HBW Alive Key (to Scientific Names in Ornithology), thus not the ditto/s from the book “Dictionary of scientific bird names” (Helm, 2010). Much have happened since, ..."Several key pieces of functionality will be implemented at a later date:
Etymology of scientific bird names from James A. Jobling’s book, “Dictionary of scientific bird names”
Original HBW Family Accounts
I guess, we'll just have to wait a while. Hope it's not going to be too long
If you mean the 'Taxonomy' tab of hbw.com species pages (with alternative names and species/subspecies names listed with authorship and a concise range statement), there are currently no such 'sheets' in birdsoftheworld.org at all.I hope we could consult the description sheets of each species as we can do on HBW
This is Clements. (Among the 'big taxonomies', only IOC split Otus cyprius, I think.)Some split species, e.g. Otus cyprius, are not included.
There is still the possibility to subscribe at HBW Alive.
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