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I printed out lists of birds seen in Iceland and Norway- the lists included the breeding, often seen, migratory, seldom seen and rare visitors listed in their native names, latin names and English names.  This was an invaluable list to have on hand because although all the guides for the ship's tour groups knew English very well, they didn't know the English names for the birds and this list gave them the information they needed to help me find 13 life birds.  A Park warden went through the list with me and I spotted several birds I would have missed with only the quick looks birding from a bus provides.  This was not a birding tour needless to say.

Mariel Stephenson 
Columbia, Mo
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