Subject: HBW
From: Phil & Sue Gregory <>
Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2012 22:06:14 +1000
Vol 16 of the venerable Handbook of the Birds of the World arrived yesterday, 
up to the usual standard with great photos and text,  but sadly almost all of 
it for the Americas, this must be the first volume which has got almost nothing 
for Australia or New Guinea, the only thing I can think off is vagrant 
Yellowhammer! Great to have an index sheet though so you can find in which 
volume the various families are covered, and exciting news of Vol 17 for new 
species and the on-line transmigration subscription that is being prepared for 
updates, new checklist, subspecies etc
Phil Gregory

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