Seeing all 234 bird families in the world

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Subject: Seeing all 234 bird families in the world
From: Greg Roberts <>
Date: Sat, 16 Jan 2016 01:33:13 +0000
I recently fulfilled a long-standing ambition to see all of the world's 234
bird families (according to the ebird-Clements taxonomy to which I
subscribe). Having done so, people have suggested I pen a few words to
describe that experience.

Here they are, with some pics:

As others have commented on birding-aus recently, I think it's better to
provide links for folk to read further on subjects of interest to them,
rather than cluttering up the reading lists.

Greg Roberts
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