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Catto, S. and Cunningham, S.J. 2022. The FitzPatrick Report: Fast food failure.  African Birdlife 10(2): 18.

D'Amelio, P. 2022. The FitzPatrick Report: Weather or not? African Birdlife 10(5): 18.

Doherty, J. 2022. A Year on the lower LiesbeekPromerops 323: 22-24.

Little, R. New endemic: Red-winged FrancolinAfrican Birdlife 11(1): 16

Lee, A.T.K. 2022. SABAP: Gaps, maps and a Northern Cape bashAfrican Birdlife 10(3): 33.

Lee, A T.K. and Brooks, M. 2022. SABAP: Million hours milestone.  African Birdlife 10(2): 34.

Lowney, A. 2022. Nest uses across a changing environment: Sociable Weaver colonies maintain local biodiversity in harsher environmentsBOU Blog 13 June.

Mckechnie, A. 2022. Thermal buffer: Forest birds reveal their physiological secretsAfrican Birdlife 11(1): 10-11

McKechnie, A. 2022. Vulture culture: Social systems and conservationAfrican Birdlife 10(5): 10.

McKechnie, A. 2022. Rest and recover: the diverse functions of stopovers for migrantsAfrican Birdlife 10(4): 11.

Murphy, B. and Pattinson, N.B. 2022. Release the river! Promerops 322: 13-14.

Pattinson, N.B. 2022. Hotter Kalahari desert may stop hornbills breeding by 2027The Conversation, 31 May.

Pichegru, L. and McInnes, A. 2022. The FitzParick Report: Drowning in noise: Sound pollution adds to penguins' problemsAfrican BIrdlife 11(1): 20.

Pichegru, L. and Ryan, P.G. 2022. Huge volume of plastic flood debris trapped inshore by Agulhas CurrentDaily Maverick: 14 June.

Rose, S. 2022. SABAP: One in a million: Targeting new pentads motivates keen atlasersAfrican Birdlife 10(5): 58.

Ryan, P. 2022. Mating moves: Meek male albatrosses don't get itAfrican Birdlife 11(1): 14.

Ryan, P. 2022. Owl origins: into the black (and back)African Birdlife 11(1): 15.

Ryan, P. 2022. Obituary: William Richard John DeanAfrican Birdlife 11(1): 18-19.

Ryan, P. 2022. Bird of the year 2022: Cape Gannet. Close quartersAfrican Birdlife 11(1): 37.

Ryan, P. 2022. All I want: Zeiss binocularsAfrican Birdlife 11(1): 60.

Ryan, P. 2022. Adapt and dive: Penguin evolution and conservationAfrican Birdlife 10(6): 10-11.

Ryan, P. 2022. Desert enigma: Gray's larkAfrican Birdlife 10(6): 12-13.

Ryan, P. 2022. Bird of the year 2022: Cape Gannet. On the moveAfrican Birdlife 10(6): 50.

Ryan, P. 2022. Rapid eye movement: field testing Canon's R3 cameraAfrican Birdlife 10(6): 60-63.

Ryan, P. 2022. Food on the fly: Red-footed boobies in hot pursuit of flying fishAfrican Birdlife 10(5): 14-16.

Ryan, P. 2022. Bird of the year 2022: Cape Gannet. Investing in the futureAfrican Birdlife 10(5): 60.

Ryan, P. 2022. Conserving forest birds: the benefits of protected area status.  African Birdlife 10(4): 14.

Ryan, P. 2022. Too soon to panic: are false-alarm flights beneficial?  African Birdlife 10(4): 15.

Ryan, P. 2022. The FitzPatrick Report: Gough Island blues.  African Birdlife 10(4): 18.

Ryan, P. 2022. Ripple effect.  African Birdlife 10(4): 26-27.

Ryan, P. 2022. Bird of the year 2022: Cape Gannet. Team workAfrican Birdlife 10(4): 42.

Ryan, P. 2022. On track: Hidden diversity in Bar-tailed GodwitsAfrican Birdlife 10(3): 10.

Ryan, P. The FitzPatrick Report: Ticking boxesAfrican Birdlife 10(3): 18.

Ryan, P. 2022. Spectacular! The recovery of the Spectacled Petrel populationAfrican Birdlife 10(3): 30-32.

Ryan, P. 2022. Bird of the year 2022: Cape Gannet. Strike forceAfrican Birdlife 10(3): 30-32.

Ryan, P. 2022. Birds in a changing world. Urban perils, House Sparrows on the declineAfrican Birdlife 10(2); 10-11.

Ryan, P. 2022. Birds in a changing world. Toxic overload: You are what you eatAfrican Birdlife 10(2); 12-13.

Ryan, P. 2022. Birds in a changing world: Shape shifting: Birds responding to heat stressAfrican Birdlife 10(2): 14.

Ryan, P. 2022. Tern aroundAfrican Birdlife 10(2): 16.

Ryan, P. 2022. Sharp shooting: Canon's RF100-500mm zoom lens.  African Birdlife 10(2): 62-64.

Ryan, P. 2022. Pre-migration 'circusing' in Little SwiftsPromerops 323: 29.

Ryan, P. 2022. Victorin's Warbler as Rockrunner.  Promerops 323: 29.

Ryan, P. 2022. Against the oddsBirdlife Jan.-Mar.: 40-43.

Ryan, P. 2022. Featuring Marion Island’s albatrosses and petrels affected by mice and their photographers: the White-chinned Petrel by Peter Ryan [online]. Available here [Accessed 16 May 2022].

Ryan, P. and Dyer, B. 2022. Bird of the year 2022: Cape Gannet.  Clear and present dangersAfrican Birdlife 10(2): 50-51.

Ryan, P. and Marais, E. 2022. Mozambique: waiting to be exploredAfrican Birdlife 10(6): 36-45.

Ryan, P. and Miller, S. 2022.The FitzPatrick Report: Final reviewAfrican Birdlife 10(6): 16-17.

Ryan, P. and Peacock, F.  2022. Pale reflection: Juvenile plumage of the Protea CanaryAfrican Birdlife 10(3): 13.

SABAP. 2022. Contribute to scienceAfrican Birdlife 11(1): 58.

Simmons, R. 2022. Ruff stuff: Reducing the impact of domestic cats on native wildlifeAfrican Birdlife 10(5): 12-13.

Simmons, R., Cervantes, F. and Martins, M. 2022. Terminal velocity: The long-terms costs of endangered birds killed by wind farmsAfrican Birdlife 10(5): 24-29.

Skead, G. 2022. SABAP report: Mother lode: Atlasing Cape Town's CBDAfrican Birdlife 10(6): 56-58.

Spottiswoode, C. 2022. Prolific polymath: Professor Peter Ryan awarded the Gill Memorial MedalAfrican Birdlife 10(5): 66-67.

Van der Wal, J., Spottiswoode, C. and Cram, D. 2022. Why its crucial to preserve the ancient practice of finding wild honey with birdsThe Conversation, 15 June.

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