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Allan, D. & Barnes. K. 1995. Important bird areas in Africa. Kurukuru:[5]-[7], Autumn.

Barnes, K.N. & Ryan, P.G. 1995. Bycatch of procellariiform seabirds in an experimental hake longline fishery off South Africa (abstract). (In: First International Conference on the Biology and Conservation of Albatrosses, 28 August – 1 September 1995, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia: abstracts. Tasmania: Australian Antarctic Division and National Parks and Wildlife Service. p.41).

Brooke, R.K. 1995. A 1963 Carmine Bee-eater colony in the lower Zambezi valley. Honeyguide 41(3):172.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. Birding big day: the Karoo Korhaans in 1994. Drawwertjie 6(21):7.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. The birds of Ebla: the earliest ornithological report? Birding in Southern Africa 47:19.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. An examination of road-killed European Swallow Hirundo rustica moults. Safring News 24:42.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. A new bird for the Western Cape and Africa - the Royal Albatross. Promerops 218:14.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. On the moult of Southern-African-bred European Bee-eaters. Drawwertjie 6(21):4-5.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. Palaeartic Booted Eagles in the SW Cape. Promerops 219:12.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. Red data book and range-expanding birds at Richmond. Drawwertjie 6(21):3-4.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. Second record of a Bridled Tern in the Western Cape Province. Promerops 219:10.

Brooke, R.K. 1995. The wreck of the Otori Maru No.8 as a bird breeding site. Promerops 218:9.

Cooper, J. 1995. After the cats and trout: the mice?: removing alien vertebrates from subantarctic Marion Island. Aliens:17, March.

Cooper, J. 1995. Feral mice: South Africa. Aliens 2:7.

Cooper, J. 1995. Visiting the islands down under. Expeditio:1, Winter.

Cooper, J. & Huyser, O. 1995. Wandering albatross mortality from longline fisheries: evidence from Marion Island (abstract). (In: First International Conference on the Biology and Conservation of Albatrosses, 28 August – 1 September 1995, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia: abstracts. Tasmania: Australian Antarctic Division and National Parks and Wildlife Service. p.42).

Cooper, J., Plös, A.L., Kevan, P.G. & McGarry, J. 1995. Use of electronic mail listservers as communication tools for polar research. (In: Walton, D.W.H., Mills, W. and Phillips, C.M., eds. Bi-polar information initiatives: the needs of polar research. Proceedings of the 15th Polar Libraries Colloquy, July 3-8, 1994, Cambridge, U.K. Bluntisham: Books for the Polar Libraries Colloquy Steering Committee. pp.150).

Dean, S.J. 1995. Vygies: saving for a rainy day. Prince Albert Friend:7, March.

Higgins, S.I., Turpie, J.K., Costanza, R., Cowling, R.M., Le Maitre, D.C., Marais, C. & Midgley, G.F. 1995. An ecological simulation model of mountain fynbos ecosystems: dynamics, valuation and management (abstract). (In: Fynbos Forum Annual Research Meeting: programme, 5-6 December 1995, Grabouw. pp.16-17).

Hockey, P.A.R. 1995. Birding at sea. (In: Petersen, W. and Tripp, M., comps. Birds of the southwestern Cape and where to watch them, Southern Birds, 10. Cape Town: Southern African Ornithological Society and Cape Bird Club. pp.5-7).

Hockey, P.A.R. 1995. Coastal wetlands and shorebirds: latitude-limited implications of habitat loss. Asian Wetland News 8(1):30

Hockey, P.A.R. 1995. Lower Berg River. (In: Petersen, W. and Tripp, M., comps. Birds of the southwestern Cape and where to watch them, Southern Birds, 10. Cape Town: Southern African Ornithological Society and Cape Bird Club. pp.108-113).

Hockey, P.A.R. 1995. West Coast National Park. (In: Petersen, W. and Tripp, M., comps. Birds of the southwestern Cape and where to watch them, Southern Birds, 10. Cape Town: Southern African Ornithological Society and Cape Bird Club. pp.102-107).

Hockey, P.A.R.& SAOS Rarities Committee.. 1995. Rare birds in South Africa, 1991-1992: eighth report of the SAOS Rarities Committee. Birding in Southern Africa 47:14-19.

Little, R.M. 1995. The Cape Francolin tells its tale. African Gamebird Field Report 4:3,7.

Little, R.M. 1995. It’s all in the scrub patches. African Gamebird Field Report 4:3.

Little, R.M. 1995. Robben Island. (In: Petersen, W. and Tripp, M., comps. Birds of the southwestern Cape and where to watch them, Southern Birds, 10. Cape Town: Southern African Ornithological Society and Cape Bird Club. pp. 8-10.)

Little, R.M. & Crowe, T.M. 1995. Gamebird conservation and management: the FitzPatrick Institute's role. The Border Field Trial Club: golden jubilee anniversary 1945-1995:26.

Little, R.M. & Crowe, T.M. 1995. Greywing francolin are forever. The Border Field Trial Club: golden jubilee anniversary 1945-1995:27-28.

Little, R.M. & Crowe, T.M. 1995. The influence of anthropogenic habitat transformation on birds in the mountain fynbos biotopes of the Elgin district, Western Cape (abstract). (In: Fynbos Forum Annual Research Meeting: programme, 5-6 December 1995, Grabouw. p.22).

Little, R.M., Jansen, R. & Crowe, T.M. 1995. Francolins and grasslands. African Gamebird Field Report 4:4.

Lloyd, P., Essop, F., Craig, A.J.F.K. & Hulley, P.E. 1995. Hybridization and hybrid zones within the Pycnonotus bulbul species complex (abstract). (In: Zoological & Aquatic Sciences in Southern Africa. ZSSA & SASAQS Symposium, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, 27-30 June 1995: abstracts. p.154).

Lloyd, P., Hulley, P.E. & Craig, A.J.F.K. 1995. Microgeographic song variation in the Blackeyed Bulbul: what can be inferred from the patterns? (abstract). (In: Zoological & Aquatic Sciences in Southern Africa. ZSSA & SASAQS Symposium, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, 27-30 June 1995: abstracts. p.172).

Lloyd, P., Little, R.M. & Crowe, T.M. 1995. The Namaqua Sandgrouse: supreme patchy resource specialist of the arid zone (abstract). (In: Zoological & Aquatic Sciences in Southern Africa. ZSSA & SASAQS Symposium, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, 27-30 June 1995: abstracts. p.138).

Lloyd, P., Little, R.M. & Crowe, T.M. 1995. Super-predation on Namaqua Sandgrouse: the result of an unbalanced predator guild? (abstract). (In: Zoological & Aquatic Sciences in Southern Africa. ZSSA & SASAQS Symposium, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, 27-30 June 1995: abstracts. p.107).

Lombard, A.T., Chown, S., Van Jaarsveld, A.S. & Siegfried, W.R. 1995. A strategic plan for conserving South Africa's biological diversity (abstract). (In: Zoological & Aquatic Sciences in Southern Africa. ZSSA & SASAQS Symposium, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, 27-30 June 1995: abstracts. p.63).

Milton, S.J. & Dean, W.R.J. 1995. Gizzard stones and food selection by free-range ostrich: implications for management. Eastern Cape Ostrich Producers' Association:4-7, January/February.

Milton, S.J. & Dean, W.R.J. 1995. Why ostriches swallow stones. Prince Albert Friend:7, February.

Milton, S.J., Dean, W.R.J., Hoffman, M.T. & Kerley, G.I.H. 1995. Why can’t developed countries control desertification? Bulletin of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa 6(1):15-17.

Newton, I. & Drummond, A. 1995. Pogs found in Antarctica. Expeditio:14, Winter.

Ryan, P.G. 1995. Exploitation of tropical hardwod trees in Mozambique. African Wildlife 49(6):18-19.

Ryan, P.G. 1995. Inaccessible Island - a new nature reserve. Forum News 11 [i.e.10]:[2].

Ryan, P.G. 1995. Interactions between Peregrines and paragliders. Promerops 221:15.

Ryan, P.G. 1995. Orangebreasted sunbird mimicking Cape Siskin. Promerops 220:15.

Ryan, P.G. 1995. Private initiatives help Whitewinged Flufftail. Africa Environment and Wildlife 3(6):18.

Ryan, P.G. 1995. Sand Plover and other birds at De Mond. Promerops 218:9-10.

Ryan, P.G. 1995. Updating marine debris research in South Africa. Marine Debris Worldwide 1:6-7.

Ryan, P.G., Graham, J. & Cohen, A. 1995. Birding big day: head to the interior for success. Promerops 217:5-6.

Ryan, P.G., Moloney, C., Graham, J. & Leslie, R. 1995. Cuckoo hawk and Grootvadersbosch. Promerops 218:13-14.

Ryan, P.G., Moloney, C., Jackson, S. & Cooper, J. 1995. Raptors on Swartkop, Simonstown. Promerops 218:14.

Ryan, P.G. & Turpie, J.K. 1995. Putting a price tag on rarity. Birding in Southern Africa 47(3):92-93.

Smith, B.S. 1995. Biodiversity: sell-out biology, renegade economics or the glimmer of a new conservation paradigm? Ecofocus 4(2):1.

Smith, C.E. & Hockey, P.A.R. 1995. Why do some waders (Aves: Charadriiformes) make a greater reproductive investment than others? (abstract). (In: Zoological & Aquatic Sciences in Southern Africa. ZSSA & SASAQS Symposium, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, 27-30 June 1995: abstracts. p.109).

Steele, W.K. 1995. Summer season 94/95. Expeditio: 4-5, Winter.

Velasquez, C. & Brooke, R.K. 1995. Yzerfontein Salt Pan. (In: Petersen, W. and Tripp, M., comps. Birds of the southwestern Cape and where to watch them, Southern Birds, 10. Cape Town: Southern African Ornithological Society and Cape Bird Club. pp.96-101).

Velasquez, C. & Hockey, P.A.R. 1995. Crimson-winged dancers of the salt seas. Africa Environment and Wildlife 3(1):66-75.