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21 February 2017: Dragonflies and Damselflies

Ian has started adding Dragonflies and Damselflies to the Other Wildlife section of the website.

Click here to go to Damselfly and Dragonfly thumbnails

6 Jan 2017 IMPORTANT: Change of Business Structure

From 1 January 2017, the company Birdway Pty Ltd is no longer trading and instead Ian is operating as a sole trader. The increasing abundance and availability of good bird photos on the internet has resulted in declining sales making the cost and reporting requirements of a company unjustifiable.

This has several immediate effects:

9 July 2016: The New Design:

The old Home Page was too big for mobile devices and contained too much information. Its main function is now to provide high-level information about the website and links to search and information pages. The Family Thumbnails have been moved to the Visual Links pages; recent additions have been moved to a Recent Additions page; and News has been moved to this page.

15 December 2015: Design Guidelines

Design changes are not limited to making the layout flexible so that pages will fit properly on smaller screens. The redesign provides a great opportunity to improve the layout and ease of use of the website. These improvements, visible on this page include:

A consistent appearance and choice of colours to indicate function:

8 September 2015: Website Milestones!

Lesser Sooty Owl is the 700th Australian bird species (78% of total) on the website; Ouvea Parakeet was the 1500th global bird species (15% of total).

5 August 2015: Taxonomic Sequence

Ian is replacing the Birdlife International taxonomic sequence of birds with the IOC World Bird List.

Page revised on 6 January 2017