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Selected articles by Fitz staff and students

African Birdlife is a bi-monthly magazine published by BirdLife South Africa with the aim of creating awareness about bird research and conservation work in Africa

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Volume 3(2014/15)

Vol. 3 No. 1 (November / December 2014)

PFIAO. 2014. The FitzPatrick Report: Helping hands. African Birdlife 3(1):18.

Ryan, P.G. 2014. Baby on board: Mascarene Petrel unveiled. African Birdlife 3(1):10-11.

Sands, D. & Simmons, R.E. 2014. Wind farms in Lesotho: a call for data. African Birdlife 3(1):12.

Simmons, R.E. 2014. Peak sneak: can Verreaux's eagles defend their nests against baboons? African Birdlife 3(1):30-32.

Wanless, R. 2014. Good news: bird of the year 2014 Tristan Albatross. African Birdlife 3(1):65

Vol. 3 No 2 (January / February 2015)

McKechnie, A.E. 2015. Focus on migration: Going the distance. African Birdlife 3(2):10-11.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Puppet masters of the Kalahari. African Birdlife 3(2):18.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Focus on migration: Practice makes perfect. African Birdlife 3(2):12-13.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Get our groove on. African Birdlife 3(2):14.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Reviews you can use: How and where to photograph birds in southern Africa. African Birdlife 3(2):15.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Man at work. African Birdlife 3(2):44-51.

Vol. 3 No 3 (March / April 2015)

McKechnie, A.E. 2015. Stomach this: vultures and their putrid diet. African Birdlife 3(3):13.

PFIAO. 2015. Marshalling forces. African Birdlife 3(3):18-19.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. The last word on the evolution of birds . African Birdlife 3(3):12.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Birds on the edge: the cost of conserving species. African Birdlife 3(3):10-11.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Marshalling forces. African Birdlife 3(3):18-19

Vol. 3 No 4 (May / June 2015)

Little R.M. 2015. Special issues of Ostrich in memory of Phil Hockey. African Birdlife 3(4):13.

McKechnie, A.E. 2015. Smear campaign: Hoopoe eggs and their bacteria barrier. African Birdlife 3(4):12.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Lilian's lovebirds. African Birdlife 3(4):18.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. City slicker: urban gulls favour fast food. African Birdlife 3(4):11.

Barnard, P. & Ryan, PG. 2015. Fire in the city. African Birdlife 3(4):14-15.

Vol. 3 No 5 (July / August 2015)

McKechnie, A.E. 2015. Melting point: polar bears become nest predators. African Birdlife 3(5):10.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Mouse attacks increase. African Birdlife 3(5):18.

Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. & Kemper, J. 2015 Namibia's first red data book on birds. African Birdlife 3(5):12-13.

Vol. 3 No 6 (September / October 2015)

Jenkins, A. 2015. See soar: Eddie the Eagle takes flight. African Birdlife 3(6): 14.

Noakes, M. & McKechnie, A. 2015. Hot or not?: physiological variation in White-browed Sparrow-weavers. African Birdlife 3(6):12-13.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Personnel changes. African Birdlife 3(6):18-19.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Choosing your lens. African Birdlife 3(6): 44-52.