{mosimage}Integral picture of the month for february 2007 shows the distribution on the sky of four of the main soft gamma-ray source populations observed in the third INTEGRAL/IBIS survey catalogue. This newly-released catalog contains 421 sources. Of the known systems, the low-mass X-ray binaries (LMXB) are old systems mainly populating the galactic bulge, the high-mass X-ray binaries (HMXB) are younger systems seen along the galactic plane, and the active galactic nuclei (AGN) are extragalactic sources seen over the whole sky. Three Iasf-Bo reasearchers contributed to this brilliant set of observations: {cb_profile=malizia}Angela Malizia{/cb_profile}, {cb_profile=bassani}Loredana Bassani{/cb_profile}, and {cb_profile=stephen}John B. Stephen{/cb_profile}.