Lindsey F

Joined: Dec 23, 2017 Last Active: Sep 24, 2020

"Perhaps no other group of vertebrates, except possibly the fishes, has been as neglected osteologically as have the birds."
-Stanley John Olsen

Working out bird osteology. You can @ me if you want help with bird bone IDing.
I'd also appreciate marking bird skeletal remains as "dead" or adding them into the Skulls and Bones project so I can find them better. A lot of bird bones are stuck at incorrect IDs, and it's challenging to find and correct them.

If you have questions about my IDs, if I IDed something wrong, or if you think I missed your notification, feel free to @ me

I don't have frequent access to my computer and notifications pile up, sorry for slow or missed replies

Prolife pic is skull and crossed tibiotarsuses of a domestic muscovy duck

So I don't inundate iNaturalist with too many bird bone journal posts, I've now created a blogspot: Avian Osteology

(below link massive reference list for bird bones. for personal ease of access, but if anyone is curious feel free to use it)
Bird Osteology Quick Links

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