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Morphology and Physiology



Butchart D. 2001. Rufous morph of European Cuckoo. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(3): 16. (No address given)

Cuculus canorus in Jan and Feb 2001 in Londolozi Game Res, adjacent to Kruger Nat. Park.
Leisler B. & Winkler H. 2001. Morphological convergence in papyrus dwelling passerines. Ostrich Supp. 15: 24-29. (Res. Cent. Orn. of Max Planck Soc., Schloss Moggingen, Schlossallee 2, 78315 Radolfzell-Moggingen, Germany)

8 African papyrus dwelling passerines compared to congeners in other habitats. Showed some convergent adaptations in traits of hind limb and phylogenetic vs convergent differences are graphically shown.


Ludwigs J.-D. 2000. [Observation of a melanistic Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla).] [German, English summary] Die Vogelwarte 40: 234-235. (Auricher Str. 21, D-26556 Westerholt, Germany)

May 1999 on La Palma is second record of this form in 20th Century.


Stephens C.M., Siegel R.B. & Weathers W.W. 2001. Thermal conductance and basal metabolism of the Orange-cheeked Waxbill (Estrilda melpoda). Ostrich 72: 121-123. (WWW at Dept. Anim. Sci., Univ. California, One Shields Ave., Davis, CA 95616-8532, USA; wwweathers@ucdavis.edu)

Values differ markedly from earlier ones. Such could seriously confound cross-species comparisons.




Sites



Allan D. 2001. Shoebills, Broadbills and Bwindi. Africa: Birds & Birding 5(6): 36-43. (No address given)

Notes on birding in Uganda following author’s visit to 10th PAOC.


Cohen C., Spottiswoode C. & Rose B. 2001. Pelagic seabirding off Cape Town, South Africa. Bull. ABC 8: 12-17. (Percy Fitzpatrick Inst. of Afr. Orn., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa)

Notes on what has been seen and what can be expected from pelagic trips in the area.


Hardaker T. 2001. Summer holiday. Keep looking at Langebaan. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(1): 34-41. (No address given)

Some notes on birds and others seen at reserve in Western Cape.


Jackson T. 2001. Parking off – Bontebok National Park. Africa: Birds & Birding 5(6): 58-61. (No address given)

Notes on site with 192 species to date.


Jackson T. 2001. Pilansberg National Park. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(1): 60-63. (No address given)

Notes on a visit to Park in North-West Province of South Africa.


Jackson T. 2001. Grant’s Gazelle & Injesuthi. Natal Ukhahlamba – Drakensburg Park. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(2): 54-59. (No address given)

A guide to the area around 2 restcamps in the Nat. Park on border with Lesotho.


Jackson T. 2001. St Lucia Malepane Nature Reserve. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(3): 62-67. (No address given)

A reserve in the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, KwaZulu-Natal is described.


Jackson T. 2001. Augrabies Falls National Park. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(5): 55-58. (No address given)

A Park ca 100km W of Upington in Northern Cape Province.


Michler I. 2001. Flush with life. The Okavango Delta. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(4): 40-47. (No address given)

Brief notes on area.


Loippo M. 2001. Birding in Kenya. Alula 2001(1): 14-22. (Keskustie 14 as 9, FIN-52700 Mantyharju, Finland)

A trip report covering Rift Valley, Kakamega, Mara and the coast.


Oatley T. 2001. Two in the bush. Minziro Forest Reserve, north-west Tanzania. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(1): 46-53. (No address given)

A site guide to a little known forest on Uganda border just west of Lake Victoria.


Ryan B. 2001. Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(2): 29-31. (No address given)

Notes on site in suburban Pretoria.


Ryan P. 2001. Highlands fling. The world of Abyssinian endemics. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(5): 39-45. (No address given)

A general piece describing the 25 species endemic to the Ethiopian highlands.


Steyn P. 2001. Amatobo. Birds of the Hills. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(2): 42-47. (No address given)

A guide to the area and its birds, especially raptors. It is famous for the long-running study of Verreaux’s Eagle Aquila verreauxii.




Miscellaneous



Arinaitwe J. 2001. Birdlife’s sustainable biodiversity action programme. World Birdwatch 23(3): 10-12. (No address given)

Achievements so far with 3 of 5 years completed. Main projects are the IBA programme.


Barnes K. & Fishpool L. 2001. Important Bird Areas. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(5): 26-29. (No address given)

A brief overview of when an important area for birds becomes an Important Bird Area and how the concept is revolutionising conservation in Africa.


Cocker M. & Mikkola H. 2001. Magic, myth and misunderstanding: cultural responses to owls in Africa and their implications for conservation. Bull. ABC 8: 30-35. (9 Primrose Rd., Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich NR1 4AT, UK)

A review concentrating on West Africa and Malawi. General attitude is that owls are evil and as 40% of the world’s endangered owls are in Africa there are potential implications.


Cooper J.E. 2001. Parasites and birds: the need for fresh thinking, new protocols and co-ordinated research in Africa. Ostrich Supp. 15: 229-233. (WARM, Fac. Vet. Med., Makerere Univ., PO Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda)

A review of state of knowledge.


Gichuki N. & Terer T. 2001. Significance of indigenous knowledge and values of birds in promoting biodiversity conservation in Kenya. Ostrich Supp. 15: 153-157. (Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)

Survey of attitudes etc among Kikuyu and Marakwet in central Kenya found birds an important resource but different for each group with knowledge among the Marakwet greater. Must use this knowledge more for viable conservation.


Gilbert K. 2001. Breaking ground. Changing the face of corporate headquarters. Africa: Birds & Birding 6(3): 53-57. (No address given)

The head office of Daimler-Chrysler in Pretoria has been extensively relandscaped to make into a bird sanctuary.


Harebottle D. 2001. The status of BIRP in the Eastern Cape. Bee Eater 52: 25-29. (Avian Demography Unit, Dept Stat. Sci., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa)

Brief review and including a list of sites covered by the Birds in Reserves Project. Need to expand the coverage.


Nikolaus G. 2001. Bird exploitation for traditional medicine in Nigeria. Malimbus 23: 45-55. (Feldweg 87, 27474 Cuxhaven, Germany)

199 species found in fetish markets Aug-Sep 1999 suggested a few thousand birds sold annually. Main conservation concern is for some of larger forest eagles, larger vultures, owls, hornbills and turaco.


Oschadleus H.D. 2001. Bibliography of the African Quelea species. Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town. 71pp. (Avian Demography Unit, Dept Stat. Sci., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa)

Comprehensive index of nearly 2000 references with keywords on Quelea quelea.


Terer T. & Gichuki N. 2001. Cultural values of birds and biodiversity conservation by the Kipsigis community in Kenya. Ostrich Supp. 15: 158-160. (Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)

Local people know a lot, have traditional mechanisms of control and protection as necessary. Ample scope for using this.


Underhill L.G. 2001. Avian Demography Unit Annual Report 2000. Bird Numbers 10(1): 6-12. (Avian Demography Unit, Dept Stat. Sci., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa)

Reviews research and survey activity with a note about each of the latter.




ABSTRACTS FROM PROCEEDINGS OF 10TH PAN-AFRICAN ORNITHOLOGICAL CONGRESS
Abebe Y.D. 2001. Socio-economic factors and the conservation of migrant birds: a case study from Ethiopia. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 257. (IUCN-EARO, PO Box 68200, Nairobi, Kenya); yda@iucnearo.org)
Aghnaj A., Smith K.W., Bowden C.G.R. & Ribi M. 2001. Studies of the feeding ecology and habitat use of Northern Bald Ibis, Geronticus eremita, in the Souss-Massa National Park, Morocco. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 197. (Parc Nat. de Souss-Massa, Eaux et Forets, BP 107, Agadir, Morocco)
Allan D. 2001. The Durban Natural Science Museum's Bird Department. The contribution of a modern African museum to avian science, conservation, education and tourism. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 258. (Durban Nat. Sci. Mus., PO Box 4085, Durban 4000, South Africa; davida@prcsu.durban.gov.za)
Allan D. 2001. The waterbirds of Durban Bay, South Africa - a worst-case scenario of African coastal wetland destruction. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 71. (Durban Nat. Sci. Mus., PO Box 4085, Durban 4000, South Africa; davida@prcsu.durban.gov.za)
Allan D. & Davies G. 2001. The 'problem' House Crows of Durban, South Africa -- can, and should, they be 'brought to heel'? [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 253. (Durban Nat. Sci. Mus., PO Box 4085, Durban 4000, South Africa; davida@prcsu.durban.gov.za)

Corvus splendens.
Amutete G. & Bennun L. 2001. The biodiversity impacts of land-use in semi-arid areas: a landscape approach using bird populations. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 31. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)
Arinaitwe J. & Kobumanzi J. 2001. Trends in waterbird numbers: what do we learn from 10 years of the African waterbird census programme in Uganda. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 72. (Nature Uganda, PO Box 27034, Kampala, Uganda; eanhs@imul.com)
Azafzaf H. 2001. Le statue de la Cicogne Blanche (Ciconia ciconia) en Tunisie. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 250. (Nat. IBA Off., 11 rue Abou el Alla el maari, 2080 Ariana, Tunisia; azafzaf@excite.com)
Balmford A., Pain D., Fishpool L.D.C., Byaruhanga A. & Arinaitwe J. 2001. How well do Uganda's Important Bird Areas capture diversity in other taxa? [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 260. (Cons. Biol. Group, Dept. Zool., Univ. Cambridge, Downing St., Cambridge CB2 3EJ, UK)
Beibro H.Y. 2001. Birds as bio-indicators of habitat fragmentation in eastern Cote-d'Ivoire forests. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 247. (Wetlands Int., West Africa Off., BP 8060, Dakar-Yoff, Senegal)
Bennun L., Matiku P. & Ngari S. 2001. Using Important Bird Areas to set biodiversity conservation priorities for Kenya. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp.15: 161. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)
Beresford P. 2001. Reading phylogenetic pattern across the Guineo-Congolian biome. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 22. (City Univ of New York, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist, USA; pb@amnh.org)
Bobek M., Simek J., Pojer F. & Peske L. 2001. Ecology of Black Storks from the same breeding ground wintering in different parts of Africa: a telemetry project. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 88. (Czech Radio, Vinohradska 12, 12099 Prague 2, Czech Republic; capi@fido.cz)

Ciconia nigra
Bowden C.G.R., Aghnaj A., Smith K.W. & Ribi M. 2001. Conservation actions for the last wild population of Northern Bald Ibis, Geronticus eremita: results and implications from a five year study in Morocco. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 252. (RSPB, The Lodge, Sandy, Beds SG19 2DL, UK)
Brown C.R., Tansley S.A. & Craig A.J.F.K. 2001. Genetic variation within and between flocks of Cape white-eyes, Zosterops pallidus. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 245. (Dept. Zool. Entom., Rhodes Univ., PO Box 94, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa)
Byaruhanga A. & Mugisha A. 2001. The Important Bird Areas as a tool for conservation of biodiversity in Uganda. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 252. (Nature Uganda, PO Box 27034, Kampala, Uganda; eanhs@imul.com)
Cizek A. & Shaw J. 2001. Harare's Vlei avifauna -- localised birds and threatened habitats. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 250. (PO Box MP 342, Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe)
Cordeiro N.J. & Howe H.F. 2001. Effects of fragmentation on frugivorous birds: one of several steps in testing the dispersal-dependent tree hypothesis. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 32. (Dept. Biol Sci. (M/C 066), Univ. Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60607, USA)
Currie D., Bristol R. & Bristol K. 2001. Factors affecting foraging and breeding success of the Seychelles Black Paradise Flycatcher, Terpsiphone corvina: considerations for translocation to other islands. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 261. (Birdlife Seychelles, PO Box 1310, Aarti Chambers, Mont Fleuri, Mahe, Rep. Seychelles)
Currie D., Fanchette R. & Hoareau C. 2001. The most enigmatic bird in Seychelles? -The Seychelles Scops Owl, Otus insularis. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 199. (Birdlife Seychelles, PO Box 1310, Aarti Chambers, Mont Fleuri, Mahe, Rep. of Seychelles)
Danadu M., Punga K. & Mulotwa M. 2001. Contribution a la connaissance du cycle annuel de reproduction de Ploceus pelzelni (Ploceidae) dans la ville de Kisangani (Rep. Dem. Congo). [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 261. (Hopital de Ref. de Kabanda, Procure de Kiangani, BP 505, Kisangani, RDCongo)
Davis J.A. 2001. Density and abundance estimates of a threatened sunbird in the Arabuko-Sokoke forest. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 251. (Orn. Dept. Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya; nyamachama@hotmail.com)
Diop M.S. 2001. Diversite aviaire de quelques aires protégées du Senegal. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 264. (Dept. Biol. Anim., Univ. Cheikh Anta DIOP de Dakar, Senegal)
Dodman T., Sylla I.& Beibro H.Y. 2001. Implementing the African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement (AEWA) in Africa. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 249. (Wetlands Int., West Africa Off., BP 8060, Dakar-Yoff, Senegal)
Dranzoa C. 2001. Afrotropical forest degradation and birds . (Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 1. (Makerere Univ., Fac. Vet. Med., Dept. Wildl. Anim. Res. Mgmt, PO Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda)
Dranzoa C. 2001. The Human -Nahan's Francolin, Francolinus nahanii, interactions in the rainforests of Uganda: long-term conservation strategies. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 254. (Fac. Vet. Med., Makerere Univ., Po Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda)
Ejere V.C. 2001. Development of viable avian conservation programmes in Nsukka area, Southeast Nigeria: prospects and constraints. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 259. (Dept. Zool., Univ. Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria)
Ervynck A., Louette M. & Stevens J. 2001. Predatory behaviour of the Barn Owl (Tyto alba) at Mayotte (Comoro Islands). [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 264. (Inst. Arch. Heritage of Flemish Comm., B-1731 Zellik, Belgium)
Githiru M., Bennun L. & Lens L. 2001. Regeneration patterns among some bird-dispersed plants in a fragmented Afrotropical forest, southeast Kenya. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 32. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya; mwangi.githiru@zoo.ox.ac.uk)
Harebottle D.M. 2001. Coordinated Waterbird Counts in South Africa - overview, results 1992-2000 and recommendations. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 72. (Avian Demography Unit, Dept Stat. Sci., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa)
Jones K.L., Rodwell L., McCann K. , Verdoorn G. & Ashley M.V. 2001. Genetic status of Wattled Cranes in south-central Africa. [Abstract only] i. 15: 23. (Univ. Illinois at Chicago, Dept. Biol. Sci., (M\C 066), Chicago, Illinois 60607-7060, USA)

Bugeranus carunculatus.
Katulore G., Mugisha A.& Arinaitwe J. 2001. The importance of Musambwa islands for the survival of the Grey-headed Gull, Larus cirrocephalus poiocephalus. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 248. (Nature Uganda, PO Box 27034, Kampala, Uganda; eanhs@imul.com)
Kirabo G. & Arinaitwe J. 2001. Strides in bird hazard control at Entebbe International Airport. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 254. (Civil Aviation Auth., Entebbe Int. Airport, Uganda)
Kizungu R.B. 2001. Distribution of endemic birds among the forests of Lake Kivu, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 265. (Lab. Orn., Dept. Biol., Cent. Rech. En Sci Nat de Lwiro, DS Bukavu, RDCongo)
Kuria A., Imboma I., Nalianya N., Anwkobe B., Ndang’ang’a K. & Jackson C. 2001. Constant-effort mistnetting in an urban forest at Langata, Nairobi, Kenya. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 247. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)
Languy M. & Hobo S.K. 2001. Priority setting of Cameroon mountain sites for birds and biodiversity conservation. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 256. (Birdlife Int. Yaounde Off., BP 6776, Yaounde, Cameroon; marclanguy@camnet.cm)
Leshem Y. 2001. Aviation and bird hazard management: a new concept of combining flight safety, conservation and education in Africa. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 2. (Tel Aviv. Univ., Fac. Life Sci., Dept. Zool., Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel 69978; yleshem@posttau.ac.il)
Louette M. 2001. 'Change the looks': masculine and feminine plumages in Platysteiridae. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 246. (Roy. Mus. Cent. Afr., B-3080 Tervuren, Belgium)
Marks B. & Willard D. 2001. Relationships of the Madagascar Pygmy Kingfisher. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 245. (Mus. Nat. Sci., Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, LSU 70803, USA)

Ispidina madagascariensis.
Millett J., Parr S. & Shah N. 2001. Seychelles Magpie-robin: recent progress in the recovery of a critically endangered Seychelles endemic. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 141. (Birdlife Seychelles, PO Box 1310, Victoria, Mahe, Republic of Seychelles; birdlife@seychelles.net)

Copsychus sechellarum.
Mlingwa C.O.F. & Mlingwa L. 2001. Tools for biodiversity conservation: Kiswahili names for Tanzanian birds. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 253. (Dept. Zool. Univ. Dar-es-Salaam, PO Box 3064, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania; zoology@udsm.ac.tz)
Msimanga A. 2001. Microevolution in the house sparrow, Passer domesticus, in Zimbabwe. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 22. (Nat. Mus and Monuments, PO Box 240, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe)
Msuha M. & Matilya G. 2001. Conservation of important bird areas in Tanzania. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 255. (Wildl. Cons. Soc. Tanzania, PO Box 70919, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania; wcst@africaonline.co.tz)
Muchai M. 2001. Effects of grassland management practices on the reproductive success of South African high-altitude grassland birds. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 31. (Percy Fitzpatrick Inst. of Afr. Orn., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa)
Mulwa R., Barasa F., Eshiamwata G. & Bennun L.A. 2001. Population size and ecology of the Taita White-eye, Zosterops (poliogaster) silvanus, in the forests of the Taita Hills and Mt Kasigau, Kenya. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 199. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya; kbirds@africaonlione.co.ke)
Musila F., Bennun L.A. & Karanja W. 2001. The Sokoke Pipit, Anthus sokokensis, in Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, Kenya: population estimates and response to habitat disturbance. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 198. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)
Mwambu P. & Arinaitwe J. 2001. The distribution and abundance of the Grauer's Rush Warbler in Uganda. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 109. (Nature Uganda, PO Box 27034, Kampala, Uganda; eanhs@imul.com)

Bradypterus graueri.
Nasirwa O., Musina J. & Nalianya N. 2001. Response of papyrus endemic bird species to habitat fragmentation and degradation in Yala Swamp, western Kenya. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 30. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya; kenyabirds@africaonline.co.ke)
Ndang'ang’a P.K. & Borghesio L. 2001. A seasonal comparison of undergrowth bird captures in Leroghi Forest, Kenya. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 131. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)
Ngari S., Matiku P. & Bennun L.A. 2001. Conserving birds and biodiversity through local and national advocacy and action: the Important Bird Areas programme in Kenya. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 256. (Nature Kenya, PO Box 44486, Nairobi, Kenya)
Njoroge P., McCulloch N. & Norris K. 2001. The role of supplementary feeding in the management of endangered species: a simple model and its application to the critically endangered Seychelles Magpie Robin. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 263. (Sch. Anim. Microb. Sci., Univ. Reading, Whiteknights Rd, PO Box 228, Reading RG6 6AJ, UK; sar98pn@reading.ac.uk)

Copsychus sechellarum.
Ottosson U., Bairlein F., Hall P., Hjort C., Rumsey S., Spina F. & Waldenstrom I. 2001. Timing of migration and spring mass of some Palaearctic migrants at Lake Chad. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 60. (Dept. Anim. Ecol., Ecology Building, S-22362 Lund, Sweden)
Ottosson U., Rumsey S. & Hjort C. 2001. Migration passage and wintering of four different Sylvia warblers, Sylviidae, in northern Senegal. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 248. (Dept. Anim., Ecol., Ecol. Building, S-22362 Lund, Sweden)
Owino A., Bennun L.A., Nasirwa O. & Oyugi I. 2001. Testing for trends in waterbird numbers in the southern Rift Valley of Kenya, 1991-2000. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 249. (Orn. Dept. Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)
Owiunzi I. & Arinaitwe J. 2001. Some ecological aspects and conservation of Fox's Weaver, Ploceus spekeoides. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 251. (MUIENR, PO Box 7289, Kampala, Uganda; muienr@imul.com)
du Plessis M.A. 2001. An African perspective of cooperative breeding in birds. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 1. (Percy Fitzpatrick Inst. of Afr. Orn., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa)
Rabarisoa R. 2001. Productivite du pygargue de Madagascar, Haliaeetus vociferoides, dans la region d' Antsalova, Madagascar. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 263. (Peregrine Fund, BP 4113, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar; pfundmad@dts.mg)
Rafanomezantsoa S. 2001. Transfert et reintroduction des jeunes pygargues de Madagascar, Haliaeetus vociferoides. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 142. (BP 4113, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar)
Rafanomezantsoa S. 2001. Suivi des mouvements des jeunes pygargues de Madagascar Haliaeetus vociferoides par telemetrie par satellite. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 205. (Peregrine Fund, PO Box 4113, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar)
Raherilalao M. & Goodman S.M. 2001. La biogeographie des oiseaux de Manongarivo, Nord-Ouest de Madagascar. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 265. (Dept. Biol., Fac. Sci., Univ. Antananarivo, BP 906, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar)
Rakotonomenjanahary O. & 10 other authors. 2001. Results of the Madagascar Important Bird Areas Project. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 260. (Proj. ZICOMA, BP 1074, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar)
Raminoarisoa V. 2001. Taxonomy of Stripe-throated Jery, Neomixis striatigula, using song analysis. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 246. (Proj. ZICOMA, BP 1074, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar)
Razafindratsita V.R. 2001. Frugivory by the Velvet Asity, Phlepitta castanea, and seed germination in the rainforest of Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 264. (Lot III L 102 Tsimbazaza, BP 3715, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar; micet@dts.mg)
Rodwell L. & McCann K. 2001. The formation and role of the South African Crane Working Group and the potential for use as a model in other countries in Africa. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 255. (Endang. Wildl. Trust, P Bag X11, Parkview 2122, Johannesburg, South Africa; lindy.r@global.co.za)
Romdal T.S. & Rahbek C. 2001. Elevational zonation of bird communities in Afrotropical forests. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 130. (Div. Birds, Zool. Mus., Univ. Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 15, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark)
Siaka A. 2001. Bird conservation in Sierra Leone. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 258. (Cons. Soc. Sierra Leone, PO Box 1292, Freetown, Sierra Leone; alhajisiaka@hotmail.com)
Sorenson M.D. & Payne R.B. 2001. Phylogeny and biogeography of estrildid finches: tests of species limits and implications for the coevolution of estrildids and their brood parasites. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 23. (Dept. Biol., Boston Univ., 5 Cummington St., Boston, Massachusetts 02215, USA)
Symes C. & Perrin M. 2001. The conservation of the Grey-headed Parrot, Poicephalus fuscicollis suahelicus, in north-eastern South Africa. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 262. (Sch. Bot. Zool., Univ. Natal, P Bag X01, Scottsville 3209, South Africa; symes@agric.unp.ac.za)
Vickery J., Salewski V.& Jones P. 2001. Factors affecting the distribution of Palearctic migrant birds in their wintering grounds. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 131. (BTO, The Nunnery, Thetford, Norfolk IP24 2PU, UK)
Virani M. 2001. Nesting density and nest-site selection of the Augur Buzzard, Buteo augur, in relation to different land-use areas in the southern Lake Naivasha area, Kenya. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 205. (Peregrine Fund Kenya Proj., PO Box 45111, Nairobi, Kenya; tpf@net2000ke.com)
Waiyaki E., Samba D. & Lens L. 2001. Status and ecology of the critically endangered Taita Thrush, Turdus helleri. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 198. (Orn. Dept., Nat. Mus. Kenya, PO Box 40658, Nairobi, Kenya)
Waldenstrom I. & Ottosson U. 2001. Moult strategies in the Common Whitethroat, Sylvia c. communis, in northern Nigeria. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 60. (Evol. Biol. Cent., Dept. Anim Ecol., Uppsala Univ., Sweden)
Wanink J.H. & Goudswaard K. 2001. Changed species composition of Lake Victoria's lakefly swarms launches migrant warblers. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 61. (Inst. Evol. Ecol. Sci., Sect. Integrative Zool., Univ. Leiden, PO Box 9516, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands)
Warburton L. & Perrin M. 2001. Conservation of the Black-cheeked Lovebird, Agapornis nigrigenis, in Zambia. [Abstract only] Ostrich Supp. 15: 262. (Sch. Bot. Zool., Univ. Natal, P Bag X01, Scottsville 3209, South Africa; warburtonl@agric.unp.ac.za)
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