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Volume 16 (2011)

Vol. 16 No. 1 (February / March)

Hockey, P. 2011. Red alert. Focus on South Africa's threatened birds: Burchell's Courser. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(1):52.

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

Ryan, P. 2011. Slip sliding away: birds on the move. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(1):30-34.

Vol. 16 No. 2 (April / May)

McKechnie, A. 2011. Living with the enemy: what makes a good invader? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(2):14.

PFIAO. 2011. Safe in the swamps? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(2):22.

Ryan, P. 2011. Book Review: The biggest Twitch by Alan Davies & Ruth Miller. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(2):21.

Vol. 16 No. 3 (June/July)

PFIAO. 2011. No point denying it - change is here. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(3):24.

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.

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

Vol. 16 No. 4 (August/September)

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

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

McKechnie, A. 2011. Hot stuff: male tit-babblers’ warming ways. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):15.

PFIAO. 2011. How healthy are Southern Africa’s waterbirds? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):24.

Ryan, P. 2011. Zeiss Victory PhotoScope 85 T* FL. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):16-17.

Simmons, R. 2011. Black Harriers: in synch and in trouble? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(4):22-23.

Vol. 16 No. 5 (October/November)

McKechnie, A. 2011. Rainy days for the Mauritius Kestrel? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):17.

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.

Ryan, P. 2011. Bangweulu in the balance. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):66-67.

Simmons, R. & Barnard, P. 2011. Pied pirates: crow threat to raptors? Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):50-54.

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

Willems, F. & Little, R. 2011. Kasanka: more than just bats. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(5):60-65.

Vol. 16 No. 6 (December/January)

Hockey, P. & Amar, A. 2011. Colour coding. Plumage variation within species. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(6):34-41.

Mills, M. 2011. Birding Angola: breaking new ground. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(6):42-49.

PFIAO. 2011. Out of the woods? Yellow-throated Apalis. Africa - Birds & Birding 16(6):22.