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Volume 1 (1996)

Note: The first issue of Africa - Birds & Birding was published in April 1996 - the December/ January issue of Volume 1 is therefore Vol. 1 (5).

Vol. 1 No. 1 (Apr/May)

PFIAO. 1996. News from the FitzPatrick Institute. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(1):9.

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

Vol. 1 No. 2 (Jun/July)

PFIAO. 1996. Valuable lessons stored in the genes. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(2):9.

Turpie, J.K. 1996. Superpilots: bird migration in Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(2):61-67.

Vol. 1 No. 3 (Aug/Sep)

PFIAO. 1996. Understanding distribution patterns. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(3):8.

Ryan, P.G. 1996. Dinner jacket strategies: why jackass penguins wear striped tuxedos! Africa - Birds & Birding 1(3):44-50.

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. & 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.

Vol. 1 No. 4 (Oct/Nov)

PFIAO. 1996. Links between birds and plants. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(4):15.

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

Ryan, P.G. 1996. Barlow’s lark: a new endemic lark for southern Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(4):65-70.

Vol. 1 No. 5 (Dec/Jan)

PFIAO. 1996. Firewood collection and hole-nesting birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(5):19.

Lloyd, P. 1996. Desert nomad extraordinaire: the Namaqua Sandgrouse. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(5):26-32.

Ryan, P.G. & Sinclair, I. 1996. Ethiopia: birding the roof of Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 1(5):35-41.

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