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Dr Arjun Amar | Homepage


Tate, G. & Amar, A. 2012. Possessed: Black Sparrowhawks and Egyptian Geese vie for nest sites. Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):12-13.
Hockey, P. & Amar, A. 2011. Colour coding. Plumage variation within species. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(6):34-41.

Dr Phoebe Barnard | Homepage


Simmons, R. & Barnard, P. 2011. Pied pirates: crow threat to raptors? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):50-54.
Barnard, P. & Simmons, R. 2009.  How will birds cope with climate change? Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):78-79.
Simmons, R.E. & Barnard, P.E. 2005. Too hot to handle? The impact of climate change on African birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):52-60.

Dr Steve Boyes | Homepage


Boyes, R.S. 2011. Red Alert, Focus on South Africa’s threatened birds: Cape Parrot. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):66-67.
Boyes, S. 2010. Disease decimates Cape Parrots. African Birds & Birding 15(4):14-15.

Dr Rita Covas | Homepage


Covas, R. 2009. Thatch dispatcher. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):12-13.

Prof. Tim M. Crowe


Crowe, T M & Ratcliffe, C.S. 2001. Farming it out: the decline of Helmeted Guineafowl in KwaZulu-Natal. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(2):48-52.
Crowe, T.M. 2000. Gamebirds in southern Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 5(2):68-74.
Crowe, T.M. & Mangall, M. 1998. Down on the farm: fruitful benefits for biodiversity. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(5):60-64.

Dr W. Richard J. Dean | Homepage


Milton, S.J. & Dean, W.R.J. 1999. Nesting thyme: the use of aromatic plants in Cape Sparrow nests. Africa - Birds & Birding 4(1):37-39.

Lauren de Vos


Benjamin, S, De Vos, L & Tresfon, J. 2012. Bubbling under: the hidden lives of seabirds. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(2):42-45.

Prof. Phil A. R. Hockey | Homepage


Hockey, P. & Amar, A. 2011. Colour coding. Plumage variation within species. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(6):34-41.
Hockey, P. 2011. Red alert. Focus on South Africa's threatened birds: Burchell's Courser. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(1):52.
Ryan, P. & Hockey, P. 2010. African Openbills on the move. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(2):8-9.
Hockey, P.A.R. 2009. On the brink: Africa’s most endangered birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):54-61.
Hockey, P. 2007. Who’s your daddy? mating strategies in birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(6):32-39.
Hockey, P. 2007. Jaws of life: the forms and functions of beaks. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(2):54-61.
Hockey, P. & Skerrett, A. 2007. Indian Ocean Islands – Seychelles & Réunion: Idyllic endemics, Seychelles. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(2):36-43.
Compion, S. & Hockey, P. 2007. The secret life of Snipes. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(1):40-46.
Hockey, P. & Du Toit, R. 2005. In their element. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):41-45.
Hockey, P. 2005. All birds have them…feathers. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):30-39.
Hockey, P.A.R. 2003. Land invasions: are indigenous expansionists cause for concern? Africa - Birds & Birding 8(5):35-41.
Hockey, P.A.R. 2002. Incredible journeys: navigation and the migratory blueprint. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(6):46-51.
Hockey, P.A.R. 2002. Incredible journeys: making the trip…. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(5):62-69.
Hockey, P.A.R. 2002. Incredible journeys: unravelling the mysteries of bird migration. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(4):32-39.
Hockey, P.A.R. 2002. Life in thin air. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(1):42-43.
Hockey, P A R. 2001. African island extinctions. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(2):32-40.
Hockey, P.A.R. & Oxford, P. 2000. Madagascar portfolio. Africa - Birds & Birding 5(2):58-64.
Hockey, P.A.R. & The Rarities Committee. 1998. Rare birds in South Africa 1997. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(5):66-69.
Hockey, P.A.R. 1998. Wader hotspots in Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(5):32-39.
Hockey, P.A.R. 1998. Africa’s waders: a guide to their identification. Part 2. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(2):63-69.
Hockey, P.A.R. 1998. Africa’s waders: a guide to their identification. Part 1. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(1):53-61.
Hockey, P.A.R. 1997. Eyes in the sky: understanding avian vision. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(6):50-53.

Hockey, P.A.R. & The Rarities Committee 1997. Rare birds in South Africa 1996. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(5):64-67.

Hockey, P.A.R. 1997. African black oystercatcher: between the tides. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(5):28-34.

Hockey, P.A.R. 1997. Africa’s kingfishers: a guide to their identification. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(1):61-65.

Hockey, P.A.R. 1997. New birds in Africa: the last 50 years. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(1):39-44.

Hockey, P.A.R. 1996. How many eggs in one basket? Egg and clutch sizes in birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(5):53-58.

Hockey, P.A.R. 1996. Rats, incest and coconuts: threats to the Seychelles Magpie Robin. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(4):24-27.

Hockey, P.A.R. & The Rarities Committee. 1996. Rare birds in South Africa, 1993-1995: ninth report of the BirdLife South Africa Rarities Committee. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(3):64-68.

Hockey, P.A.R. 1996. Africa’s bee-eaters: a guide to their identification. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(3):59-63.

Hockey, P.A.R. & Aspinall, S.J. 1996. The Crab Plover: enigmatic wader of the desert coasts. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(1):60-67.

Dr Andrew Jenkins | Homepage


Jenkins, A. 2010. Winds of change. Birds & wind-energy development in South Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(6):36-38.
Jenkins, A. 2010. Focus on South Africa’s threatened birds: African Grass-Owl. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(3):34-35.

Jenkins, A. 2010. Cliff hangers: a Peregrine diary. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(2):34-43.

Jenkins, A. 2010. Focus on South Africa’s threatened birds: Cape Vulture. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(2):62-63.

Jenkins, A. 2010. Fast tracking: a Peregrine diary. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(1):46-55.
Jenkins, A. 2010. Focus on South Africa’s threatened birds: Saddle-billed Stork. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(1):38-39.
Jenkins, A. & Smallie, J. 2009. Terminal velocity: end of the line for Ludwig’s Bustard? Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):34-39.
Jenkins, A. 2007. Wing bling: keeping track of raptors. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(6):45-49.
Jenkins, A. 2007. Rough & tumble. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(5):12-13.
Simmons, R., Rodrigues, L., Woodcock, L., Steyn, P. & Jenkins, A. 2007. City’s limits: can Verreaux’s Eagles survive urbanisation? Africa - Birds & Birding 12(3):42-46.
Jenkins, A. 2007. On the trail of the Taita. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(3):35-37.
Jenkins, A. & Davies, R. 2005. Dying for a drink: running the raptor gauntlet at Kalahari waterholes. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):34-45.
Welz, A. & Jenkins, A. 2005. How green is the valley? Monitoring fish eagles along the Breede River. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(1):30-37
Jenkins, A. 2003. Grounded for life: Eagle encounters at Spier. Africa - Birds & Birding 8(6):24-27.
Jenkins, A. & Rubin, L. 2003. On a wing and a prayer: the peace-keeping kestrels of Jerusalem. Africa - Birds & Birding 8(4):34-43.
Curtis, O. & Jenkins, A.R. 2002. A delicate balance: raptor rehabilitation. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(5):47-49.
Jenkins, A.R. & Van Zyl, A. 2002. Home on the range: raptor riches of the Cape Peninsula. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(5):38-46.
Curtis, O., Jenkins, A.R. & Simmons, R.E. 2001. The Black Harrier: work in progress. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(5)
De Goede, K. & Jenkins, A. 2001. Electric eagles of the Karoo. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(4):62-67.
Jenkins, A.R. & Stephenson, A. 1997. Siberian peregrines in southern Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(4):62-68.

Margaret Koopman


Koopman, M. 2011. Niven Library, Percy FitzPatrick Institute. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):75.

Dr Rob Little


Duncan, D. & Little, R. 2012. Mix & match: which apalis is this? Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):14.
Little, R. 2012. Go Eastern Highlands. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(1):8.
Willems, F. & Little, R. 2011. Kasanka: more than just bats. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):60-65.

Assoc. Prof. Andrew McKechnie | Homepage


McKechnie, A., Little, I. & Danckwaerts, D. 2012. Teetering: South Africa’s Blue Swallows in trouble. Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):28-33.
McKechnie, A. 2012. Competing for nectar: niche separation in sunbirds. Africa Birds & Birding 17(3):14.

McKechnie, A. 2012. Don’t look now: the secrets of running guineafowl. Africa Birds & Birding 17(3):15.

McKechnie, A. 2012. Wear & repair: managing the costs of moult. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(1):16.
McKechnie, A. 2011. Rainy days for the Mauritius Kestrel? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):17.
McKechnie, A. 2011. Hot stuff: male tit-babblers’ warming ways. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):15.
McKechnie, A. 2011. Living with the enemy: what makes a good invader? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(2):14.
McKechnie, A. 2010. World on the boil. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(6):12-13.
McKechnie, A. 2010. Keeping it preened. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(5):12.
McKechnie, A. 2010. Colour coding in a changing world. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(3):15.
McKechnie, A. 2010. A gut feeling: feeding and digestion in birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(2):46-51.
McKechnie, A. 2009. Cool tool: Toucans’ massive cooling bills. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):15.
Wakelin, J. & McKechnie, A. 2009. Connecting the dots: tracking Blue Swallow migration patterns. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(5):36-40.
McKechnie, A. 2009. Cold comfort: winter strategies in birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(5):13.
Smit, B. & McKechnie, A. 2008. Cold comfort: the secret life of African Scops-Owls. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(5):42-46.
McKechnie, A. 2008. A darker shade of green: birds and wind farms. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(4):16-17.
McKechnie, A. 2008. Juiced up: birds and succulent plants. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(2):14.
McKechnie, A. 2007. Some like it hot: Africa’s desert birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(4):36-41.
McKechnie, A. 2006. Out of this world. How biotelemetry reveals avian secrets. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(6):14-15.

Dr Martim Melo | Homepage


Melo, M. & Ryan, P. 2012. Endemism gone wild: the forgotten bird islands of São Tomé and Príncipe. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(2):32-41.

Prof. Sue Milton | Homepage


Milton, S.J. & Dean, W.R.J. 1999. Nesting thyme: the use of aromatic plants in Cape Sparrow nests. Africa - Birds & Birding 4(1):37-39.

PFIAO | Homepage


PFIAO. 2012. New project to assess petrel status. Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):16.
PFIAO. 2012. Brains vs brawn – Strategies of a criminal. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(3):22.
PFIAO. 2012. Something fishy. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(2):22.
PFIAO. 2012. Bird-friendly farming in highland grasslands. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(1):22.
PFIAO. 2011. Birding Briefs: Conservation Biology Award. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):19
PFIAO. 2011. New research boat tracks African Penguins’ prey. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):24.
PFIAO. 2011. How healthy are Southern Africa’s waterbirds? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):24.
PFIAO. 2011. No point denying it - change is here. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(3):24.
PFIAO. 2011. Safe in the swamps? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(2):22.

PFIAO. 2011. 30 000 holes on Marion Island. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(1):22.

PFIAO. 2010. I want more! Family feuds over food. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(6):31.
PFIAO. 2010. An eye to the future. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(5):22-23.
PFIAO. 2010. The rise of conservation biology. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(4):46.

PFIAO. 2010. Three decades of coastal bird research. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(3):20.

PFIAO 2010. Seabird research through the years. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(2):20.

PFIAO 2010. The birth and rise of the Fitztitute (Part 2). Africa - Birds & Birding 15(1):20.

PFIAO 2009. The birth and rise of the Fitztitute (Part 1). Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):22.

PFIAO 2009. 50th Anniversary: 1960 - 2010: Celebrating 50 years of excellence in research, postgraduate studies and public awareness. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(5):22.

PFIAO 2009. Untangling the Illadopsis family tree. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(4):22.

PFIAO 2009. Genes as windows into the past. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(3):21.

PFIAO 2009. Waterbirds in a changing world. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):23.

PFIAO 2009. Feeling the burn. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(1):22.

PFIAO 2008. A stab in the dark. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(6):22.

PFIAO 2008. When the cat’s away. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(5):23.

PFIAO 2008. New director appointed. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(4):21.

PFIAO 2008. Vultures feel the heat. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(3):19.
PFIAO 2008. Geese – in or out of the ballpark? Africa - Birds & Birding 13(2):23.
PFIAO 2008. Bye, baby bunting. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(4):19.
PFIAO. 2007. Fitztitute Director moves to WWF. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(6):61.
PFIAO. 2007. Beyond feeding frenzies: birds & termites. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(5):19.
PFIAO 2007. Seabirds and failing food supplies. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(4):21.
PFIAO 2007. The Fitztitute gets its ducks in a row. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(3):22.
PFIAO 2007. The cost of reproduction in Albatrosses. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(2):20.
PFIAO 2007. Scratch my back and maybe I’ll scratch yours. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(1):22.
PFIAO 2006. A new batis in East Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(6):26

PFIAO 2006. Caring & Sharing. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(5):24.

PFIAO 2006. Living at the limits. Survival mechanisms of desert larks. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(4):22.
PFIAO 2006. Below par. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(3):19
PFIAO 2006. Monteiro's Hornbills: Selfish mothers. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(2):19
PFIAO 2006. Death of a species. Why there is only one species of Olive Sunbird. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(1):30-31

PFIAO. 2005. Tracking threatened albatrosses of southern Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(6):19.

PFIAO. 2005. Keeping tabby off the rails. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):20.

PFIAO. 2005. Raptor responses to habitat fragmentation. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):19.
PFIAO. 2005. Shrinking papyrus swamps in Kenya. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(3):23.
PFIAO. 2005. Birds and land-use in the southern Kalahari. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(2):21.
PFIAO. 2005. The long & the short of it. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(1):23.
PFIAO. 2004. What are wood-hoopoes shouting about? Africa - Birds & Birding 9(6):19.
PFIAO. 2004. Cranes in the field. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(5):19.
PFIAO. 2004. A feather in the Fitztitute's cap. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(4):12.
PFIAO. 2004. Why more eggs can mean fewer descendants. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(3):12.
PFIAO. 2004. Mining for birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(2):12.
PFIAO. 2004. The Black Harrier Research Project. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(1):15.
PFIAO. 2003. Rocky Times for Boulders penguins? Africa - Birds & Birding 8(6):13
PFIAO. 2003. Co-operative breeding and competitive feeding? Africa - Birds & Birding 8(5):13
PFIAO. 2003. Land-bird migrations. Do global paradigms exist?Africa - Birds & Birding 8(4):11.
PFIAO. 2003. Roberts VII - a unique opportunity for birders' input. Africa - Birds & Birding 8(3):10.
PFIAO. 2003. Conserving renosterveld - do birds matter? Africa - Birds & Birding 8(2):13.
PFIAO. 2003. Weight-watching Sociable Weavers - average is good! Africa - Birds & Birding 8(1):13.
PFIAO. 2002. Is south-west Africa a mausoleum for birds? Africa - Birds & Birding 7(6):14.
PFIAO. 2002. Mysteries of the mountain francolins . Africa - Birds & Birding 7(5):12.
PFIAO. 2002. Cranes, sedges and a dry Zambezi . Africa - Birds & Birding 7(4):19.
PFIAO. 2002. Hi-tech gannets . Africa - Birds & Birding 7(3):14.
PFIAO. 2002. The largest genus of birds takes a tumble . Africa - Birds & Birding 7(2):19.
PFIAO. 2002. Karoo birds and climate change . Africa - Birds & Birding 7(1):12.
PFIAO. 2001. News from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(6):15.
PFIAO. 2001. Tracking albatrosses . Africa - Birds & Birding 6(4):15.
PFIAO. 2001. News from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute . Africa - Birds & Birding 6(3):15
PFIAO. 2001. Fitztitute spearheads international migration study . Africa - Birds & Birding 6(2):11.
PFIAO. 2001. Fitztitute benefactors promote Conservation Biology . Africa - Birds & Birding 6(1):12.

PFIAO. 2000. Bustards. Living clues to Africa's past. Africa - Birds & Birding 5(6):14.

PFIAO. 2000. Aldabra Rails - a runaway success. Africa - Birds & Birding 5(5):11.
PFIAO. 2000. Rwanda's forest birds under threat . Africa - Birds & Birding 5(4):17.
PFIAO. 2000. The world at the Fitz . Africa - Birds & Birding 5(3):22.
PFIAO. 2000. Hybridisation and the Helmeted Guineafowl . Africa - Birds & Birding 5(2):16.
PFIAO. 2000. Sunbirds - Africa's jewels . Africa - Birds & Birding 5(1):18.
PFIAO. 1999. Sandgrouse as gamebirds. Africa - Birds & Birding 4(6):24.
PFIAO. 1999. Going Inaccessible. Africa - Birds & Birding 4(5):19.
PFIAO. 1999. Birds on a sunken oceanic volcano. Africa - Birds & Birding
PFIAO. 1999. Habitat fragments and bird diversity. Africa - Birds & Birding 4(3):11.
PFIAO. 1999. Bee-eaters do it differently in Africa and seem to be doing it wrong... Africa - Birds & Birding 4(2):29.
PFIAO. 1999. Progress with the Afrotropical bibliography . Africa - Birds & Birding 4(1):19.
PFIAO. 1998. The great common name debate - your chance for input. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(6):23.
PFIAO. 1998. Risking death to keep warm . Africa - Birds & Birding 3(5):21.
PFIAO. 1998. Birds on the internet . Africa - Birds & Birding 3(4):15.
PFIAO. 1998. Roberts comes to the Fitztitute. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(3):17.
PFIAO. 1998. Problem penguins - managing a threatened species . Africa - Birds & Birding 3(2):17.
PFIAO. 1998. Larking about in East Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(1):11.
PFIAO. 1997. Fire, farming and grassland birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(6):11.
PFIAO. 1997. Putting birds on the economic playing field . Africa - Birds & Birding 2(5):17.
PFIAO. 1997. Biodiversity conservation in Africa . Africa - Birds & Birding 2(4):17.
PFIAO. 1997. New research projects - from local farms to the world's loneliest island . Africa - Birds & Birding 2(3):13.
PFIAO. 1997. Monitoring a marine invasion. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(2):17.
PFIAO. 1997. Albatrosses in trouble. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(1):17.
PFIAO. 1996. Firewood collection and hole-nesting birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(5):19.
PFIAO. 1996. Links between birds and plants. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(4):15.
PFIAO. 1996. Understanding distribution patterns. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(3):8.
PFIAO. 1996. Valuable lessons stored in the genes. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(2):9.
PFIAO. 1996. News from the FitzPatrick Institute. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(1):9.

Dr Lorien Pichegru | Homepage


Pichegru, L. & Ryan, P. 2009. Teetering on the brink. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(3):42-53.

Dr Tim Reid


Wanless, R. & Reid, T. 2011. Have seeds, will travel: sub-Antarctic spikeballs & bird-eating trees. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):20-21.

Wanless, R. & Reid, T. 2011. A new wave for seabird conservation. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(3):72.

Dr Amanda Ridley | Homepage


Ridley, A. & Thompson, A. 2010. Dominatricks. Reproductive strategies in female Southern Pied Babblers. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(6):26-30.
Ridley, M. and Raihani, N. 2007. Artful dodgers: the social dynamics of need and greed. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(5):56-59.
Ridley, M. & Radford, A. 2006. Going gangbusters: group dynamics in Pied Babblers. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(3):50-57.

Prof. Peter G. Ryan | Homepage


Ryan, P. 2012. Prey tell: Professor Peter Ryan comments. Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):8.
Ryan, P. & Wanless, R. 2012. Gill Memorial Award: John Cooper. Africa Birds & Birding 17(3):66.
Melo, M. & Ryan, P. 2012. Endemism gone wild: the forgotten bird islands of São Tomé and Príncipe. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(2):32-41.
Ryan, P. 2012. Sting in the tail: seabird researcher Prof. Peter Ryan comments. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(2):8.

Ryan, P. 2012. Who’s that birder? Profiling avitourism in South Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(2):52-53.

Ryan, P. & Barnes, K. 2012. Killer moves: Save the albatross – club that seal. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(1):14-15.

Ryan, P. 2012. Shoebill trade: the cost of being unique. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(1):15.
Ryan, P. 2012. Gujarat: a taste of Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 17(1):58-65.
Ryan, P. 2011. Bangweulu in the balance. Africa - Birds & Birding16(5):66-67.
Ryan, P. 2011. Zeiss Victory PhotoScope 85 T* FL. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):16-17.
Ryan, P. 2011. Subantarctic Skuas in trouble? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(3):14.
Ryan, P. 2011. Tracking the longest migration. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(3):15.
Ryan, P. 2011. Crisis in Utopia. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(3):16-17.
>Ryan, P. 2011. Book Review: The biggest Twitch by Alan Davies & Ruth Miller. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(2):21.
Ryan, P. 2011. Slip sliding away: birds on the move. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(1):30-34.
Ryan, P. 2010. Best value-for-money binoculars. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(6):51-54.
Ryan, P. 2010. A new flava? Africa - Birds & Birding 15(5):16.
Goren, M. & Ryan, P. 2010. Tristan Albatrosses off South Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(5):14.
Ryan, P. 2010. Tough times for seabirds. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(4): 30.

Ryan, P. 2010. Divide & rule: confusing time for seabirders. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(3):12.

Ryan, P. 2010. Dumped & bumped: chick recognition & rejection. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(3):14.

Ryan, P. 2010. Resolving the enigmas: African oddities on the avian evolutionary tree. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(3):37-39.

Ryan, P. 2010. The Asian connection: Rock-jumpers & rockfowl. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(3):40.

Ryan, P. & Hockey, P. 2010. African Openbills on the move. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(2):8-9.
Ryan, P. 2010. Bridging the Rift: birding Rwanda. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(1):30-37.
Van Rooyen, C., Froneman, A. & Ryan, P.G. 2009. Showtime: Carmine Bee-eaters. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(4):39-45.
Pichegru, L. & Ryan, P. 2009. Teetering on the brink. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(3):42-53.
Ryan, P.G. 2009. Home-ground advantage: working your patch. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(1):16-18.
Ryan, P. 2008. Binoculars: mid-range marvels. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(1):56-57.
Ryan, P. 2008. Liuwa in the wet: birding western Zambia. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(6):44-53.
Ryan, P. 2008. Dive bombing. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(6):12-13.
Ryan, P. 2008. Cold play. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(4):54-56.
Ryan, P. 2008. It’s not love, actually. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(4):42-49.
Sinclair, I. & Ryan, P. 2008. Birding Yemen. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(1):66-69.
Sinclair, I. & Ryan, P. 2008. Birding an ancient land: Socotra. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(1):60-65.
Ryan, P. 2008. Binoculars: mid-range marvels. Africa - Birds & Birding 13(1):56-57.
Ryan, P. 2007. Best buy: spotting scopes. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(6):55-59.
Ryan, P. 2007. Indian Ocean Islands – Seychelles & Réunion: Mountains in the Sky, La Réunion. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(2):44-49.
Ryan, P. 2007. Going, going, Gannet: tough times for Benguela seabirds. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(1):30-35.
Ryan, P. 2006. Best buy binoculars. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(6):59-63.
Ryan, P. 2006. Digiscoping. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(4):67-69.
Ryan, P. 2006. Naude’s Nek: on a high in the Drakensberg. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(3):28-31.
Ryan, P. 2006. The long haul: a decade of conserving Albatrosses and Petrels. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(2):52-59.
Ryan, P. & Graham, J. 2006. Ntsikeni Nature Reserve: an overlooked IBA. Africa - Birds & Birding 11(1):12-13.
Ryan, P.G. 2005. Toughing it out: birding Sierra Leone. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(6):32-38.
Ryan, P.G. 2005. Ringeyes: the inaccessible petrel. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):62-69.
Ryan, P. 2005. Why Penguins no longer follow Ostriches: the new world order. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):66-70.
Ryan, P.G. 2004. Current threats: conserving albatrosses. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(1):38-45.
Sinclair, I. & Ryan, P. 2003. Cuanza Sul: the heart of Angola. Africa - Birds & Birding 8(3):42-50.
Ryan, P.G. 2002. The ghost in the Mavunda: birding north-west Zambia. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(6):36-41.
Ryan, P.G. 2002. All at sea. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(2):44-49.
Ryan, P.G. 2001. Highlands fling: the world of Abyssinian endemics. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(5):38-45.
Ryan, P.G. & Spottiswoode, C. 2001. Tailorbirds ‘rediscovered’ in Mozambique. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(5):18-19.
Oschadleus, D, Underhill, L.G. & Ryan, P.G. 2001. Cory's & Scopoli's Shearwaters. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(2):22-23.
Ryan, P.G. 2000. Separating albatrosses: Tristan or wandering? Africa - Birds & Birding 5(4):35-39.
Ryan, P.G. 1999. River dance. Africa - Birds & Birding 4(4):46-49.
Turpie, J.K. & Ryan, P.G. 1999. What are birders worth: the value of birding in South Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 4(1):64-68.
Ryan, P.G. 1998. Summer birding: South-western Cape. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(6): 54-59.
Ryan, P.G. 1998. Summer birding: South-western Cape. Africa - Birds & Birding 3(6): 25.
Ryan, P.G. 1997. Lumping & Splitting: the complexities of bird taxonomy. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(6):64-67.
Ryan, P.G. 1997. Skuas: pirates of the oceans. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(5):57-62.
Ryan, P.G. 1997. The Wandering Albatross: icon of the oceans. Africa - Birds & Birding 2(1):28-34.
Ryan, P.G. & Sinclair, I. 1996. Ethiopia: birding the roof of Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(5):35-41.
Ryan, P.G. 1996. Barlow’s lark: a new endemic lark for southern Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(4):65-70.
Ryan, P.G. 1996. Dinner jacket strategies: why Jackass Penguins wear striped tuxedos! Africa - Birds & Birding 1(3):44-50.

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Simmons, R. & Barnard, P. 2011. Pied pirates: crow threat to raptors? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):50-54.
Simmons, R. 2011. Black Harriers: in synch and in trouble? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):22-23.
Simmons, R. 2010. The big nest test. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(5):15.
Barnard, P. & Simmons, R. 2009.  How will birds cope with climate change? Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):78-79.
Simmons, R. 2009. Desert detour for Damaras. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):56-60.
Simmons, R. 2009. Train-spotting. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):14.
Simmons, R., Shaw, K., Bahaa-El-Din, L. & Thomsett, S. 2009. Digital discovering. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(5):14-15.
Simmons, R. 2009. Sugar rush. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(4):14-15.
Simmons, R. & Anderson, M.D. 2007. Down & dirty: Vulture research in East Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 12(3):52-57.
Simmons, R., Rodrigues, L., Woodcock, L., Steyn, P. & Jenkins, A. 2007. City’s limits: can Verreaux’s Eagles survive urbanisation? Africa - Birds & Birding 12(3):42-46.
Simmons, R.E. & Barnard, P.E. 2005. Too hot to handle? The impact of climate change on African birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):52-60.
Curtis, O., Jenkins, A.R. & Simmons, R.E. 2001. The Black Harrier: work in progress. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(5)
Simmons, R. 2000. Harriers: skydancing through time. Africa - Birds & Birding 5(5):36-43.

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Cohen, C., Mills, M. & Spottiswoode, C. 2004. Angola’s mountain endemics emerge. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(2):16-17.
Spottiswoode, C. & Cohen, C. 2002. The long unwinding road: birding the Tanqua Karoo. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(2):52-59.
Ryan, P.G. & Spottiswoode, C. 2001. Tailorbirds ‘rediscovered’ in Mozambique. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(5):18-19.
Cohen, C., Mills, M. & Spottiswoode, C. 2004. Angola’s mountain endemics emerge. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(2):16-17.
Spottiswoode, C. & Cohen, C. 2002. The long unwinding road: birding the Tanqua Karoo. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(2):52-59.
Ryan, P.G. & Spottiswoode, C. 2001. Tailorbirds ‘rediscovered’ in Mozambique. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(5):18-19.

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Ridley, A. & Thompson, A. 2010. Dominatricks. Reproductive strategies in female Southern Pied Babblers. Africa - Birds & Birding 15(6):26-30.

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Jenkins, A.R. & Van Zyl, A. 2002. Home on the range: raptor riches of the Cape Peninsula. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(5):38-46.

Dr Ross Wanless | Homepage


Ryan, P. & Wanless, R. 2012. Gill Memorial Award: John Cooper. Africa Birds & Birding 17(3):66.
Wanless, R. & Reid, T. 2011. Have seeds, will travel: sub-Antarctic spikeballs & bird-eating trees. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):20-21.
Wanless, R. & Reid, T. 2011. A new wave for seabird conservation. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(3):72.
Wanless, R. & Angel, A. 2007. Invaders of the last Ark: Gough Island. African Birds and Birding 12(4):55-59.
Wanless, R. 2003. Crows make a killing on Aldabra. Africa - Birds & Birding 8(5):14-15.
Wanless, R. & Schaijes, M-P. 2003. Salsa birding. Africa - Birds & Birding 8(4):62-69.
Wanless, R. 2002. Frigatebirds: aerial attitude. Africa - Birds & Birding 7(1):36-41.
Wanless, R. 2001. Preening power: red-billed woodhoopoes go on the defensive. Africa - Birds & Birding 6(1):55-59