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life list

n.
A cumulative record of the species seen and identified by a naturalist, especially a bird watcher.
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We lose a tick on our life lists, but will no longer struggle with a notoriously difficult bird to ID.
A checklist of all species is included for those intending to keep their own life lists.
7 million residents is not stuck in the past, regularly topping quality of life lists and hosting numerous large-scale gay events such as the Life Ball, Rainbow Parade, Rainbow Ball, and Identities Queer Film Festival.
So I appreciate the sensibilities of my birder friends who keep life lists of birds they have seen in person--even if I don't share their desire to wake up at 4:00 in the morning on my one day off during NAI National Workshops each November to go add to that list.
Describing knitting as a voyage or journey, the book divides projects into 11 chapters partly by project, including the yarn, the know-how, the sweaters, the socks, the scarves and shawls, hats, gloves and mittens, bags, kids, home decorating, and fiber-lover's life lists.
Both activities were great successes, and those on the field trip observed a Shiras moose as well as adding numerous bird species to their life lists.
The article also points out that life lists are "the perfect way for anxious time-crunched professionals to embark on spiritual quests in a productivity-obsessed age," according to their proponents.
Life Lists for Teens: Tips, Steps, Hints, and How-Tos for Growing Up, Getting Along, Learning, and Having Fun, by Pamela Espeland, provides a user's guide to life with more than 200 lists addressing big topics like health and wellness, safety, and goal-setting, as well as easy-to-follow tips, steps and how-tos.
And he challenges anyone who reads thebookand does the exer-cises -everything from visualisation to making life lists -to fail to notice a difference after seven days.
And he challenges anyone who reads the book and does the exercises -everything from visualisation to making life lists -to fail to notice a difference.
The World Health Report 2002: Reducing Risks, Promoting Healthy Life lists malnutrition, infectious and vectorborne diseases, lack of access to safe drinking water, inadequate sanitation practices, acute respiratory diseases, injuries, poisonings, and exposure to toxic chemicals as being among the major contributors to morbidity and mortality in developing countries.