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Anderson, S. & Cohen, C. 2005. The western Cape: an ‘essential birding’ destination. BirdLife South Africa News, April/May: 6-8 & Africa - Birds & Birding 10(2):76-78.

Anderson, S. & Cohen, C. 2005. The western Cape: an ‘essential birding’ destination, part 2. BirdLife South Africa News, June/July: 6-7 & Africa - Birds & Birding 10(3):76-77.

Angua, M. 2005. The story of the old man saltbush in the Karoo. African Wildlife 59:38-39.

Biggs, D. 2005. Bird- and ecotourism-based participatory biodiversity conservation in Africa. BirdLife South Africa Research Series No. 2. BirdLife South Africa, Johannesburg.

Biggs, D. 2005. Birding and touring Argentina.

Cohen, C., Spottiswoode, C., Mills, M. & Murison, G. 2005. Kirsten Louw: 20 February 1979 – 12 May 2005 Promerops 263:4-5.

Crowe, T.M. 2005. DNA and taxonomy? Quest 1:37

Du Plessis, M.A. 2005. Eggs over easy: comment. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(3):32.

Du Plessis, M.A. 2005. Red-winged Starlings that breed in the urban environment. Promerops 263:16.

Ebrahim, I., Von Witt, C. & Cohen, C. 2005. Peacocks, ploughs and porcupines: the plight of the peacock moraeas. Veld & Flora 91:185-187.

Hockey, P. 2005. All birds have them…feathers. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):30-39.

Hockey, P. & Du Toit, R. 2005. In their element. Africa Birds and Birding 10(5):41-45.

Hockey, P. 2005. Righting the wrongs: the apostrophe and hyphenation confusion in birds’ names. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):18.

Hockey, P. 2005. Book Review: Shorebirds of North America – the photographic guide. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):22.

Hockey, P. 2005. Birders… a case for selective breeding? Africa - Birds & Birding 10(6):56-57.

Hockey, P. 2005. Report KZN African Black Oystercatcher sightings. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(6):79.

Jenkins, A. 2005. Book Review: Soutpansberg-Limpopo birding. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):23.

Jenkins, A. 2005. Change can be a good thing. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(3):40.

Jenkins, A. 2005. Food and shelter. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(1):42.

Jenkins, A. 2005. Raptors going forward. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):52.

Jenkins, A. 2005. The price of perfect produce. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(1):38.

Jenkins, A. 2005. Update on the Eskom Electric Eagle Project. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(6):30.

Jenkins, A. & Davies, R. 2005. Dying for a drink: running the raptor gauntlet at Kalahari waterholes. Africa Birds and Birding 10(4):34-45.

Milewski, A. 2005. The point of the clitoris. Australasian Science (January/February):36-37.

Milewski, A. 2005. “A flower is a leaf, mad with love”: the sex organs that are flowers. Veld & Flora June:80-81.

Milewski, A. 2005. When is an Impala hot to trot? African Wildlife 59:26-27.

PFIAO. 2005. The long & the short of it. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(1):23.

PFIAO. 2005. Birds and land-use in the southern Kalahari. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(2):21.

PFIAO. 2005. Shrinking papyrus swamps in Kenya. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(3):23.

PFIAO. 2005. Raptor responses to habitat fragmentation. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):19.

PFIAO. 2005. Landing rights: crane conservation conundrums on South African farmland. Africa Birds and Birding 10(4):62-64.

PFIAO. 2005. Keeping tabby off the rails. Africa Birds and Birding 10(5):20.

PFIAO. 2005. Tracking threatened albatrosses of southern Africa. Africa Birds and Birding 10(6):19.

PFIAO. 2005. Running for cover: small birds as big players in South Africa’s grassland conservation game. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):50-51.

PFIAO. 2005. Top of the heap: eagle perspectives on farming practices in the Karoo. Africa Birds and Birding 10(6):28-30.

PFIAO. 2005. Death of a species. Why there is only one species of Olive Sunbird. Africa Birds and Birding 11(1):19.

Ryan, P.G. 2005. Ringeyes: the inaccessible petrel. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):62-69.

Ryan, P.G. 2005. Inaccessible Conservation Projects. Tristan da Cunha Newsletter. March: 10-11.

Ryan, P.G. 2005. Southern Giant-Petrel (Macronectes giganteus). African Birds and Birding 10(1): Cover photo.

Ryan, P. 2005. Why Penguins no longer follow Ostriches: the new world order. Africa Birds and Birding 10(4):66-70.

Ryan, P.G. 2005. AZE Region Profile: Oceanic Islands. Spectacled petrol photograph. Bird Conservation: December:18.

Ryan, P.G. 2005. Do birds migrate because they’re stupid? Africa - Birds & Birding 10(6):12.

Ryan, P.G. 2005. The long & the short of it: are flamingos modified grebes? Africa - Birds & Birding 10(6):11.

Ryan, P.G. 2005. On a wing and a prayer: birds at risk. African Wildlife 59:28-3.

Ryan, P.G. 2005. Toughing it out: birding Sierra Leone. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(6):32-38.

Sandwith, M. 2005. Cape White-eye hosts Klaas's Cuckoo. Promerops 261:15.

Simmons R.E. 2005. A rare encounter with a Fisk's House Snake. Africa Geographic 13:20.

Simmons R.E. & Barnard P.E. 2005. Too hot to handle? Climate change effects of birds in southern Africa. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(5):52-60.

Wanless, R. 2005. Don’t judge a bird by its colour. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(4):5.

Welz, A. & Jenkins, A. 2005. How green is the valley? Monitoring fish eagles along the Breede River. Africa - Birds & Birding 10(1):30-37.