A dynamic natural history resource, unparalleled in scope
10,721 species accounts, 249 family overviews
Birds of the World will be a living, scholarly publication that integrates content from several renowned ornithological resources, including Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive, Birds of North America, Neotropical Birds, Bird Families of the World, and the Internet Bird Collection. Integrated with millions of data points from eBird and rich media resources from the Macaulay Library, Birds of the World will be the definitive resource for pursuing questions about birds.
A deep dive into the remarkable life of birds
Birds of the World will provide scientists, students, conservationists, and birders with the sharpest picture yet of the biology of the world’s birdlife, fostering understanding and protection of one of the earth’s most precious natural resources.
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Birds of the World will engage a global community of partners and contributors to build a vast, accurate, and informative ornithological resource.