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Brown, M. 2020. SABAP Report: It all counts: Long term monitoring confirms conservation success story. African Birdlife 8(4): 51.

Coetzer, C. 2020. SABAP Report: Helping to conserve critical grasslands. African Birdlife 8(2): 30.

Ferreira, A. and Covas, R. The FitzPatrick Report: Big brother is watchingAfrican Birdlife 8(6): 18.

Flores, S. 2020. Friends of the fluffball. Wild 49 (Summer 2019/2020): 80.

Jenkins, A. 2020. All good things: the Peninsula's Peregrines. African Birdlife 8(5): 24-33.

Lee, A. 2020. Water is life: a poisoned chalice in the Karoo. African Birdlife 8(3): 13.

Lee, A. 2020. Wild ride: Atlasing in the Mara region. African Birdlife 8(5): 55-61.

Little, R. 2020. Breeding Record. African Birdlife 8(3): 6.

Little, R. 2020. Studying the thunderbird. African Birdlife 8(3): 18-19.

Little, R. 2020. Elevating gamebirds: New francolin and spurfowl taxonomy. African Birdlife 8(3): 50-53.

Little, R. 2020. Space invaders: Accipiter tussle on the Cape Peninsula. African Birdlife 8(5): 36-37.

Little, R. 2020. Roosting mousebirds. Promerops July 317: 23.Lowney, A. 2020. No entry: Southern Ground-Hornbills thwarded by a terrapin shellAfrican Birdlife 8(5): 54-55.

Little, R. 2020. Roosting mousebirds. Promerops July 317: 23

Little, R.M. 2020. Elevated spurfowl and francolin taxa: recent research and a request for photographs. West African Ornithological Society: Recent news, May.

McKechnie, A. 2020. Puffed Daddy  African Birdlife 8(2): 48-49.

McKechnie, A. 2020. Chilling in the desert. African Birdlife 8(4): 16.

McKechnie, A. and Kemp, L. 2020. Hot flushes: How Southern Ground-Hornbills keep their cool. African Birdlife 8(5): 52-53.

Prayag, K., Aikins Khan, T. and Thomson, R. The FitzPatrick Report: Give and Take: do Camelthorn trees use Sociable Weavers to forage for nutrients? African Birdlife 8(4): 18.

Retief, E. 2020. SABAP Report: Birding with a purpose. African Birdlife 8(3): 55.

Rose, S. and Reynolds, C. SABAP Report: Lockdown lists and the protocol debate. African Birdlife 8(5): 34.

Ryan, P.G. 2020. Tristan da Cunha and Gough Island. In: Riddington, R. (ed.) Birds of the UK Overseas Territories. T & AD Poyser, London. pp. 277-295. 

Ryan, P. 2020. The more things change. African Birdlife 8(2): 12.

Ryan, P. 2020. Yet more greenbuls? African Birdlife 8(2): 13.

Ryan, P. 2020. The FitzPatrick Report: Message in a bottle. African Birdlife 8(2): 18-19.

Ryan, P. 2020. Comment - Sunnyside upAfrican Birdlife 8(3): 8.

Ryan, P. 2020. Vampire ravensAfrican Birdlife 8(3): 12.

Ryan, P. 2020. Puzzling prions. African Birdlife 8(4): 12-13.

Ryan, P. 2020. Supernormal: Clutches in Hartlaub's gulls. African Birdlife 8(4): 14.

Ryan, P. 2020. Shrinking returns: Long-term changes in Northern Cape birds. African Birdlife 8(4): 15.

Ryan, P. 2020. Rate of return. African Birdlife 8(5): 12-14.

Ryan, P. 2020. Lessons in lockdown: Covid-19 - a boon for birds? African Birdlife 8(5): 20-23.

Ryan, P. 2020. On the flip sideAfrican Birdlife 8(6): 10.

Ryan, P. 2020. A closer look at LBJs: Karoo Scrub RobinAfrican Birdlife 8(6): 45.

Ryan, P.G. 2020. Great Crested Grebe in the sea. Promerops July 317: 24. 

Ryan, P.G. 2020. Marine ducks. Promerops July 317: 22-23. 

Ryan, P.G. 2020. Plover roost on Strandfontein beach. Promerops July 317: 23-24. 

Ryan, P.G. 2020. We looked for South Africa’s ‘missing’ plastic litter. This is what we found. The Conversation, Africa edition. 8 June.

SABAP. 2020. Saving SABAP African Birdlife 8(6): 64. 

van der Wal, J and Spottiswoode, C. 2020. The FitzPatrick Report: Wanted: Greater Honeyguide sightings. African BirdLife 8(5): 16.