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BIRDS OF THE WORLD, CHECKLISTS OF THE BIRDS OF EVERY COUNTRY OF THE WORLD
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A bit of history about Birds
of the World, the oldest website providing checklists of the birds of the world
by country
For a long time, birdlist was a fairly
anonymous website listing the checklists of the birds of the world by
country. But then I thought, maybe you, the web visitor actually likes to know
what and who is behind these lists of the birds of the world and 2000 pages on
nature and nature conservation. So let me tell you a bit how it came all about.
I am Daan Vreugdenhil,
have a PhD in conservation ecology, and dedicated 4 decades to the conservation
of nature, for which I visited some 80 countries and learned 6 foreign
languages, my native language being Dutch.
I have always felt that conservation is a passion, not a profession. As a child, my father
would take me on the back of his bicycle into the meadows where he taught me
about birds and plants. I caught frogs, butterflies and lizards as pets. As
a teenager, I joined a youth club for nature riding my bike every weekend
with my fellow club members to nature reserves in the Netherlands where I
grew up. Little wonder, when time came I studied ecology and natural
resources management.
I guess, I
never got over my love for nature, wild places, forests, deserts and wild
animals. I still love hitting the trail, kayaking down a river, the wind in
my ears when skiing down a slope or riding my speed bike. Often people ask
me if I don't get tired of traveling. But how can one ever get tired of the
beauty of the bright colours of Indian Fall, the thrill of an eagle soaring
the sky, the thunder of Iguaçu Falls, the fragrance of a spring flower, a
Sky Lark announcing spring, a herd of elephants roaming the plains. My
entire life has been dedicated to the conservation of nature. This website
is my gift to you, so you can follow me in my passion and carry on the torch
of conservation
The
Adopt A Ranger Foundation has
become my latest contribution in my quest to save 10% of our planet as a
home for animals and plants. Please join me in this uphill battle on
Facebook where I created a profile specifically dedicated to promoting more
field staff in national parks.
The idea of making a website listing
the birds of the world by country occurred to me in the mid-nineties when
there were still no non-commercial websites on line providing such information
for all the countries of the world. As a lifetime conservation
professional I was and still am extremely concerned about the lack of visitation
in protected areas in developing countries. Worldwide, only a few of them enjoy
a million or more visitors per year, the majority of them located in China. the
best visited areas in most countries at best have a few hundred thousand of
visitors and even Brazil only has one area with approximately 1 million visitors
per year, Iguaçu National Park. The vast majority of areas have no visitors at
all to a few hundreds per year! With so few benefits to the countries concerned,
these areas are under great threat having their forests being cut down and
wildlife being hunted to extinction.
While working full time on assisting
governments in developing countries, I kept on thinking how I could show people
the way to find those fabulous national parks and nature reserves, so desperate
in need of visitation. One day it occurred to me that birdwatchers are the most
active quot;ecotourist quot; in the international ecotourism market. And what do
travelling ecotourists want: Right, the checklist of the birds of the
country the intend to visit. So what if I could offer a website with the
Birds of the World by country? In those days, the Internet still was small
compared to now, and if I remember well, there was only one site that tried to
distribute data information by country from its own birding software, which
needed to be purchased. The site that now calls itself Avibase, and was then
listed as bsc-eoc.org, only distributed links; no real data. Its a petty they
later copied my idea and started competing against our website, as together we
could have been far more effective.
Mision of Birds of the World
The mission
of the new website for Birds of the World was to contribute to the
conservation of nature and to help secure the future of birds and other
species could survive in their natural environments by providing information on
birds, protected areas, and nature across the Internet.
Data sources for Birds of the
World
There was no
database in existence that I was aware off, so I bought the
Sibley and Monroe's A World
Checklist of Birds, tried to scan it, but that did not work with the software in
those days. The names had to be typed by hand. So I hired a bunch of students
and young biologists in Latin America to enter more than 13 000 names of species
and subspecies of what probably was one of the first complete databases in the
world listing all species of the birds of the world. Ahhh, so many typing
mistakes.............. So those were the humble beginnings. I bought all the
bird guides I could get me hands on, while my students kept coding away in that
database. When I felt I had enough data and acquired birdlist.org and
birdlist.com and went on line. As the internet developed and grew, more and more
data became available, and one country and one state at the time, our data from
bird guides were replaced by data from country and state committees for
maintaining an official list. However, each committee uses its own methodology,
so we had to figure out a way to interpret those data so that you, the birder
could have a better idea on when to expect a bird and how great the likelihood
would be to actually encounter it. So we developed a coding system
indicating abundance and residing status, such as breeding, migration,
wintering, endemic, etc. So depending on the source, the original data are now
in the process of being updated and interpreted to our best ability to from the
most recent sources available.
Integrated web domains
Currently we are working with a fulltime database manager
in Bolivia, Wendy Duran, who scans the net for more information and continuously
enters the data into our database. But the real challenge was on how to inform
potential travelers to a country about the protected areas? Moreover, we have
tons of really good information on nature and nature conservation. So we bought
about 30 domains, each for a different theme that we wanted to develop.
The most important ones are:
http://www.adotp-a-ranger.org
http://www.birdlist.org
http://www.cuyabenolodge.com
http://www.wice.ws
http://www.nationalparks-worldwide.info
http://www.nature-worldwide.info
http://www.ilwis.org
http://www.monitoring-nature.info
http://www.ecosystems.info
http://www.mammals-worldwide.info
http://www.gis4biologists.info
http://www.nature-worldwide.info/phpbb/albumphp
http://www.birdlist.org/phpbb
Nature Worldwide, Mammals Worldwide and
National Parks Worldwide are each automatically linked from page to page so that
you can jump back and forth between the country pages of those websites. That
way, we are connecting the information of Birds of the World, with
information on National Parks of the World and link information on Nature of the
World, on a country page bases, providing checklists per country for
birds and mammals and interesting information on nature we find interesting. So,
as our websites developed, we found that it was more appropriate to call the
collectively quot;Nature Worldwide quot; followed by the theme of each domain.
The World Institute for
Conservation and Environment, WICE
Originally
incorporated (created) in 1989 to support a conservation effort to rescue the
greatly threatened Cuyabeno Wildlife reserve with more visitation, by the mid
nineties, the World Institute for Conservation and Environment expanded its
orientation as it took charge of the creation and hosting of the websites you
are now enjoying. It has been involved in many conservation efforts, the latest
being the incorporation of the Adopt A Ranger Foundation.
Birds of the World and other
languages
Having
traveled to and worked in so many countries, I learned how most people struggle
with the names of birds in other languages, so I started collecting names of
species in local languages. In fact, it is the single most important obstacle
for people to learn recognizing different
species. How can you remember and distinguish them, if you can't name them. So
far we collected the names of birds in some 20 languages, and completing the
entire lists of the Birds of the World in Spanish, French, German and Dutch,
while some volunteers are currently working on the Portuguese names. I have also
put a lot of effort to have at least some key texts in some of the more common
European languages. This has been criticized at times by some, always being
native English speakers, who of course are completely happy being served in
their own language. Well, sorry Anglos, there are more languages around than you
learned in school :)
Finding your way
Enough talk,
for the bird checklists, go to
BIRDS of
the world
For finding your way in our almost 2,000
pages, we invite you to our site map
where you can choose from many themes on nature, or use the short version
in our navigation bar in the left border.
I hope you enjoy our websites, which
has been completely created with private funding and lots of un-paid late night
hours. If you want to volunteer a bit of your time by helping translating a page
or two or by any other way you like, please send me an email.
Dr. Ir. Daan Vreugdenhil
Thank
you for visiting Nature Worldwide on Bird lists of the world.
In this linked net of country pages you can find lists of birds,
nature, mammals and national parks. Birds of the World
provides a bird lists of all countries of the world. There
are complete bird lists by country and where available in native
languages, placed in ornithological taxonomic order. In Birds of
the W you can find nature related websites, like on
birding, birdwatching, general ornithology, nature, nature conservation,
national parks, protected areas, nature reserves, etc. In Mammals of the
World you can find the list of the mammals of the
World in taxonomic order. National parks, Nature reserves and
Protected areas of the World provides you with list of all the
national parks and other protected areas of the World.
Click on the following links for our other worldwide websites:o:p
http://www.birdlist.org/index.htm
http://www.nature-worldwide.info/index.htm
http://www.mammals-worldwide.info/index.htm
http://www.nationalparks-worldwide.info/index.htm
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