Initiation of the new Lynx Illustrated Checklists Collection, with each title covering all the mammals of a given region to equip residents and visitors to the region with an easy-to-use resource to learn about all the local mammal species and to support their conservation.
The Internet Bird Collection migrates to a new home at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s wildlife media archive, the Macaulay Library, where it will be permanently preserved for future generations. Thanks to the efforts of 4,300+ contributors, the IBC contains over 460,000 pieces of media, representing more than 96% of all the world’s birds. This includes over 300,000 photos of 10,000+ species, close to 128,000 videos of almost 9,000 species, and more than 20,000 audio recordings of nearly 7,000 species.
The content of HBW Alive is incorporated into The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s online project Birds of the World, where it continues to grow and serve the ornithological and birdwatching communities.
The Illustrated Checklist of the Mammals of the World, in a two-volume boxed set, updates the taxonomy of the HMW series and serves as a complete, stand-alone summary of the current taxonomy and distribution of every currently recognized species of mammal in the world.
All the Birds of the World is the first book to cover all the birds of the world together in a single easy-to-use, fully illustrated volume. Created for a broad public, from novice birders to expert ornithologists and anyone interested in the spectacular diversity of birds, this book has something for everyone.