Publication archive

Anon. 2019. Nesting on photovoltaic solar energy infrastructure. NRF Science Matters 2(2): 20-21.

Anon. 2019. Birds of a feather flock together? Not when the furnace is on. NRF Science Matters 2(2): 14-15.

Bourne, A.R. and Cunningham, S.J. 2019. No touching please! Non-invasive physiological measurements in wild animals. Quest: 15(4): 32-33.

Bourne, A.R. and Pattinson, N. 2019. Hot birds in the top end. Promerops 315: 26-27.

Bourne, A.R., Cunningham, S.J., Nupen, L., McKechnie, A.E. and Ridley, A.R. 2019. Male and female southern pied babbler Turdoides bicolor nestlings respond similarly to heat stress. Report from a British Ornithologists Union funded project.

Craig, C. 2019. Using technology to understand how Western Cape Blue Cranes move. Promerops 315: 11-12.

Coetzee, A. and Geerts, S. 2019. Patch works: connecting plants, birds and people. African Birdlife 7(5): 62-64.

Cunningham, S. The FitzPatrick Report: Hands off, the proof is in the poo. African Birdlife 7(4): 18.

Cunningham, S. 2019. In a dead heat. Wild Winter.

Dixit, T., Walton, J. and Lund, J. 2019. Malachite Sunbird promiscuity? Promerops 315: 23.

Evans, C. 2019. The magic never dies. Birdlife Africa May/June: 59-62.

FIAO. 2019.  The FitzPatrick Report: Stressed birds. African Birdlife 7(2): 18.

Howes, C: 2019. Knock-on effects: European Honey Buzzards on the riseAfrican Birdlife 7(2): 64. 

Jamie, G.A., McClean, L., Moya, C. and Spottiswoode, C.N. 2019 The chick of the Locust Finch Paludipasser locustella. Bulletin of the African Bird Club 26: 198-201.

Little, R. 2019. Iconic Thunderbirds. Kruger Magazine 8 (Winter): 42-49

Little, R. 2019. Chukars and Peafowls of Robben Island. Promerops July 314: 11.

Little, R. 2019. Birding the Stormberg. Promerops November 315: 10–11.

Little, R. 2019. Goslings walk the gauntlet. Promerops March 313: 23.

Little, R. 2019. Birding extravaganza in Uganda. Safari News Spring: 23.

Little, R. 2019. Birding in our national parks. Safari News Winter: 31.

Little, R. 2019. Geese have the final say. Wingshooter June/July 25(2): 16-18

Little, R. 2019. Birding in South Africa’s National Parks. Wingshooter September/October 25(3): 8.

Little, R. 2019. New Spurfowls and Francolins. Wingshooter September/October 25(3): 32-34.

McKechnie, A. 2019. Separation anxiety: untangling the pipit family tree. African Birdlife 7(3): 12.

McKechnie, A. 2019. Above and beyond: Overachievers in the bird world. African Birdlife 8(1): 34-38.

McKechnie, A. and Cunningham, S. 2019. Facing the furnace: how heat affects behaviour in birdsAfrican Birdlife 7(2): 23-27.

McKechnie, A. and Cunningham, S. 2019. 10 years of the Hot Birds Project. African Birdlife 8(1) 16-17.

Murgatroyd, M. and Amar, A. 2019. The FitzPatrick Report: Tag Team: Using satellite tags to understand wildlife crime. African Birdlife 7(6): 18.

Murgatroyd, M. 2019 Balancing energy needs and conservation. Safari News Autumn issue 2019: 19.

Naude, V. and Amar, A. 2019. How Google images helped us pin down the diet of Africa’s largest eagle. The Conversation, Africa Edition. 15 April.

Oswald, K. 2019. Rocky road: Cape Rockjumper. African Birdlife 7(3): 50-54.

Ryan, P. 2019. Bottleneck: by the skin of their non-existent teeth. African Birdlife 7(6): 10.

Ryan P, 2019. The FitzPatrick Report: Annual reporting. African Birdlife 7(5): 16-17.

Ryan, P. 2019. Testing, testing: Too much knowledge can be a dangerous thing. African Birdlife 7(5): 20-21.

Ryan, P. 2019. Cotton on: The risk of entanglement to birds. African Birdlife 7(5): 38.

Ryan, P. 2019. Island survivor. African Birdlife 7(5). 50-55.

Ryan, P. 2019. Hands across the seas: Another Africa - New Zealand link. African Birdlife 7(4): 11.

Ryan, P. 2019. Travelling trogonsAfrican Birdlife 7(3): 10.

Ryan, P. 2019. Dicing with death. African Birdlife 7(3): 11.

Ryan, P. 2019.  The FitzPatrick Report: Measuring research impactAfrican Birdlife 7(3): 18.

Ryan, P. 2019. Review: Leica APO Televid 82 with 25-50x WW zoom eyepiece. African Birdlife 7(3): 56-57.

Ryan, P. 2019. Seabird saviours: tropical sabirds affect coral reefsAfrican Birdlife 7(2):10-11.

Ryan, P. 2019. Review of BirdLife South Africa’s conservation work. BirdLife South Africa Annual Report 2018: 31

Ryan, P. 2019. Plastic poses a major environmental threat: but is it being over-stated? The Conversation, Africa Edition. 11 July. 

Ryan, P. and Lee, J. 2019. White-necked Raven feeding from Eland. Promerops 315: 24.

Ryan, P., Ludynia, K., Pichegru, L. 2019. Ships’ risky fuel transfers are threatening African Penguins. The Conversation, Africa Edition. 4 September.

SABAP. 2019. Refreshing the interface: Makeover for the SABAP2 website. African Birdlife 7(3): 62.

SABAP. 2019. SABAP2 gives back. African Birdlife 7(4): 56.

SABAP. 2019. Cities' limits. African Birdlife 7(6): 21.

SABAP. 2019. Agulhas Plain Birding Project. African Birdlife 8(1): 61. 

Underhill, L. 2019. SABAP spreads its wings: The African Bird Atlas Project. African Birdlife 7(5): 61.