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Bomhard, B. & Jack, K. 2004. Caves under fire! African Wildlife 58:18-19.

Cohen, C., Mills, M. & Spottiswoode, C. 2004. Angola's mountain endemics emerge. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(2):16-17.

Du Plessis, M. 2004. Penvere. Pretoria, Protea Boekhuis.

Curtis, O. & Koeslag, A. 2004. Forest enigma. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(2):46-52.

Jenkins, A. 2004. Focus on birds - Burchell's Starling. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(1):26.

Jenkins, A. 2004. Future prospects for the continent's birds of prey. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(5):42.

Jenkins, A. 2004. Comment: Tern on Falcon Menu. Promerops 260:16.

Jenkins, A. 2004. Raptors in the firing line. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(6)24.

Jenkins, A., De Goede, K. & Van Rooyen, C. 2004. Managing problem Eagles and solving Eagle's problems. Promerops 260:8-9.

Milewski, A. 2004. Why no termite bird? Wingspan 14:16-19.

Milewski, A. 2004. Supersize Moa. Australian Science 25:17-20.

Milewski, A.V. & Kennedy, M.E. 2004. A myth in focus: does the biggest bird really have the biggest eye? African Wildlife 58:8-9.

Mills, M. & Cohen, C. 2004. Birding Cameroon, part 2. Southern Cameroon: forests, low to lofty. Bulletin of the African Bird Club 11:51-58.

Mills, M., Cohen, C. & Spottiswoode, C. 2004. Little-known African bird: Gabela Akalat, Angola's long-neglected Gabelatrix. Bulletin of the African Bird Club 11:149-151.

PFIAO. 2004. The Black Harrier Research Project. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(1):15.

PFIAO. 2004. Mining for birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(2):12.

PFIAO. 2004. Why more eggs can mean fewer descendants. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(3):12.

PFIAO. 2004. A feather in the Fitztitute's cap. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(4):12.

PFIAO. 2004. Cranes in the field. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(5):19.

PFIAO. 2004. What are wood-hoopoes shouting about? Africa - Birds & Birding 9(6):19.

Ryan, P.G. 2004. Current threats: conserving albatrosses. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(1):38-45.

Ryan, P.G. 2004. Love conquers all: Big Bird Race update. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(4):21.

Sandwith, M.M. 2004. A tail of a tale. Promerops 257:13.

Simmons, R. 2004. Blood brothers: the enigma of killing kin in the nest. Africa: Birds and Birding 9(3):43-48.

Simmons, R. 2004. Namaqualand - Black Harrier country. Promerops 260:15.

Simmons, R. 2004. Red Data Book draft - Martial Eagle. Lanioturdus 37(2):27-32.

Simmons, R. 2004. Red Data Book draft - Tawny Eagle. Lanioturdus 37(3/4):19-25.

Simmons, R. 2004. The last grasp: death by cartwheeling. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(5):16.

Sinclair, I., Spottiswoode, C., Cohen, C., Mills, M, Cassidy, R. & Ryan, P. Birding western Angola. Bulletin of the African Bird Club 11:152-160.

Spottiswoode, C. 2004. Sociable-lising in Namibia. Lanioturdus 37(2):25-26.

Underhill, L., Du Plessis, M. & Cohen, C. 2004. Flaws in bird report for proposed toll road. Africa - Birds & Birding 9(4):10.

Underhill, L., Du Plessis, M. & Cohen, C. 2004. R300 bird report flawed. Promerops 260:6.