PART-BY-PART Companion Guides
ATWB SERIES +++ All the World’s Birds 20XX: A Companion Guide – PART-BY-PART
The PART-BY-PART series of ATWB eBooks presents information about all non-extinct bird species that appear in the IOC bird list. To view the structure and generic content of these eBooks click here.
To see all twelve titles in this series, search in the Books or Kindle Store section of your local Amazon site for ATWBPP. Or, click here to see all ATWBPP titles on Amazon US; or here to see all ATWBPP titles on Amazon UK.
ATWB Online enables you to browse the content of ATWB guides. To access the ATWB Online portal click here. Be sure to read the INTRODUCTION to ATWB Online before browsing for the first time. It explains how the content that is presented online differs in its FUNCTIONALITY from a Kindle eBook.
For the purpose of compiling these Companion Guides, the IOC bird list has been divided into twelve parts:
Part 1: Ostriches to Hummingbirds
Part 2: Turacos to Flamingos
Part 3: Buttonquail to Hoatzin
Part 4: New World Vultures to Bee-eaters
Part 5: Jacamars to Old World Parrots
Part 6: New Zealand Wrens to Tyrant Flycatchers, Calyptura
Part 7: Cotingas to Whistlers & Allies
Part 8: Shrikes to Bulbuls
Part 9: Swallows, Martins to Laughingthrushes & Allies
Part 10: Dapple-throat & Allies to Chats, Old World Flycatchers
Part 11: Dippers to Finches, Euphonias
Part 12: Longspurs, Snow Buntings to Tanagers & Allies
All twelve 2023 PART-BY-PART Companion Guides have been published, as listed below. They cover all the world’s 10,933 extant bird species as they appear in v12.2 of the IOC bird list.
You can buy all twelve titles with one click here: Amazon US Amazon UK
For each title that is in its second or subsequent annual edition, click on the “Updates” link to see how changes to the IOC bird list have impacted on the contents of the eBook.
PART ONE: Ostriches to Hummingbirds 1135 species
PART TWO: Turacos to Flamingos 748 species
PART THREE: Buttonquail to Hoatzin 745 species
PART FOUR: New World Vultures to Bee-eaters 818 species
PART FIVE: Jacamars to Old World Parrots 899 species
PART SIX: New Zealand Wrens to Tyrant Flycatchers, Calyptura 1217 species
PART SEVEN: Cotingas to Whistlers & Allies 874 species
PART EIGHT: Shrikes to Bulbuls 922 species
PART NINE: Swallows, Martins to Laughingthrushes & Allies 1024 species
PART TEN: Dapple-throat & Allies to Chats, Old World Flycatchers 841 species
PART ELEVEN: Dippers to Finches, Euphonias 835 species
PART TWELVE: Longspurs, Snow Buntings to Tanagers & Allies 875 species