IOC 12.2 taxonomy
The IOC 12.2 taxonomy is just released. It's a comparatively small update in terms of the total number of splits, but it does include the latest AOS changes (like Chihuahuan Meadowlark). You can see the full list of splits and lumps on the IOC site, or you can visit the "Splits and Lumps" report after installing to see what changed with your list.
Note: If you've seen White-crowned or Mocking Cliff Chats - two African species - and have not assigned subspecies directly, you may have some slightly ugly results here, as subspecies were reassigned in both directions.
Other changes in this release are relatively minor - it's been just six weeks since the last release. But a few other changes are included:
- I've done a full round of comparison between Scythebill's checklists and eBird, resulting in many checklist additions.
- IUCN Redlist updates from 2021 and 2022 are now included.
- A rare exception when editing subspecies from within "Show reports" is fixed.