Note: Countries are ascribed to bio-geographical regions which do not always match continents; hence for instance Mexico is in the Neotropical section. See BIOGEOGRAPHY on BSG
SAVE THE CHOCO There is a rainforest in South America more bio-diverse than the Amazon and more threatened than the Atlantic Forest. Donate here, as I have please.
HORTON PLAINS, KITULGALA, SRI LANKA now with photos
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Araripe Manakin by Andy Marshall
BSG: FREE where to watch birds information for 631 sites worldwide, 60 countries many write-ups include bird lists and other taxa. Information aimed mainly at independent and low budget birders. Also 127 other articles. Over 2,700,000 hits so far (the old BSG website gained 2.4M before its demise in April 2016) without paid advertising or sponsorship.
Cranes by Tom Lowe
The Menu (above top left) accesses information on birding sites around the world by Geographical Region then by country and then a list of birding sites. The content varies immensely, with some sites having only very basic text information, while others are 10+ pages with photos. Here below, are some popular examples from each region (these will be changed randomly LAST CHANGED 07.06.16), click to see.
Black Stork by Graham Catley over Crowle village see his blog for full story and more superb pictures of the stork and other birds PEWIT.BLOGSPOT
Whooper Swan by Rob Watson
Plate-billed Mountain Toucan by Hirokazu Fukuda
Anna's Hummingbird by Andy Marshall
Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush by Bryan Wainwright
Heuglin's Courser by Shailesh Kumar Patel
Common Frog by Bryan Wainwright
Gull-billed Tern by Rob Adams