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Barnard, P. & Simmons, R. 2009. How will birds cope with climate change? Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):78-79.

Barnes, K. 2009. Angels in camouflage: an appreciation of larks. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(4):50-55.

Boyes, S. 2009. uPholi Want a Forest – the Plight of the Cape Parrot. Parrots International Magazine 2009, Issue 2:3pp

Boyes, S. 2009. A South African parrot to be proud of. World Parrot Trust 14 July 2009

Covas, R. 2009. Thatch dispatcher. Africa Birds & Birding 14(2):12-13.

Hockey, P. 2009. Colours to deceive or dazzle! Wild (Autumn):44-47.

Hockey, P. 2009. Beware the Impundulu! Bringers of death or heralds of fortune? Wild (Winter):64-66.

Hockey, P. 2009. What makes twitchers twitch? Wild (Spring):64-66.

Hockey, P.A.R. 2009. Huddle up – Professor Phil Hockey comments. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(1):8.

Hockey, P.A.R. 2009. One Flue over – Professor Phil Hockey, editor-in-chief of Roberts 7 comments. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(1):10.

Hockey, P.A.R. 2009. On the brink: Africa’s most endangered birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):54-61.

Hockey, P.A.R. 2009. Dress my nest? – Professor Phil Hockey comments. Africa Birds & Birding 14(3):6.

Hockey, P.A.R. 2009. Resurgent African Black Oystercatcher. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):46-53.

Jenkins, A. Book Review: A life of Ospreys, Roy Dennis. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):22.

Jenkins, A. 2009. Polly wobble - Raptor biologist Dr Andrew Jenkins comments. Africa Birds & Birding 14(3):8.

Jenkins, A. & Smallie, J. 2009. Terminal velocity: end of the line for Ludwig’s Bustard? Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):34-39.

Jones, G. 2009. The wanderer of the seas. Full Circle 6(11):46-47

Koopman, M. 2009. A report from the 1880’s: The great Chimney-Swallow rescue. Promerops 280:12.

Koopman, M. & Crowe, T. 2009. A focus on Emeritus Professor W. Roy Siegfried. The Aardvark November 2009:7.

McKechnie, A. 2009. Sparrows face housing crisis. Africa Birds & Birding 14(1):19.

McKechnie, A. 2009. White of brown? Reflections on Ostrich eggs. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):16.

McKechnie, A. 2009. Migrating Blackcaps keep their cool. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(3):14.

McKechnie, A. 2009. Cold comfort: winter strategies in birds. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(5):13.

McKechnie, A. 2009. Cool tool: Toucans’ massive cooling bills. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):15.

Melo, M. 2009. As aves endémicas de São Tomé e Príncipe. Quercus:16-18.

PFIAO 2009. News from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute: Feeling the burn. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(1):22.

PFIAO 2009. News from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute: Waterbirds in a changing world. Africa Birds & Birding 14(1):23.

PFIAO 2009. News from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute: Genes as windows into the past. Africa Birds & Birding 14(3):55.

PFIAO 2009. News from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute: Untangling the Illadopsis family tree. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(4):25.

PFIAO 2009. News from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute: 50th Anniversary 1960-2010. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(5):22

PFIAO 2009. News from the Percy FitzPatrick Institute: 50th Anniversary 1960-2010: the birth and rise of the Fitztitute (Part 1). Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):22.

Pichegru, L. & Ryan, P. 2009. Teetering on the brink. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(3):42-53

Ryan, P.G. 2009. Home-ground advantage: working your patch. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(1):16-18.

Ryan, P.G. 2009. Token gesture: Researcher Peter Ryan comments. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):8.

Ryan, P.G. 2009. Cliff-Chats in West Africa: Peter Ryan, co-author of the fieldguide replies. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):10.

Ryan, P.G. 2009. The world of birds: Sixth albatross species breeding on Prince Edward Island. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):14.

Ryan, P.G. 2009. The world of birds: A strange twist for New Zealand’s Yellow-Eyed Penguin. Africa Birds & Birding 14(2):15.

Ryan, P.G. 2009. Tried & tested. Zeiss DC4 camera eyepiece. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(2):18-19.

Ryan, P.G. 2009. Seabird conservation: Sign of the times for Tristan Albatrosses. Africa Birds & Birding 14(3):12

Ryan, P.G. 2009. Playing in the big league. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(4):20.

Ryan, P.G. 2009. Book Review: Birds of Ethiopia & Eritrea and Birds of the Horn of Africa. Africa Birds & Birding 14(5):16-17.

Ryan, P. 2009. Amethyst Sunbird breeding in Newlands. Promerops 277:9.

Ryan, P., Hockey, P. & Benson, P. 2009. Hartlaub’s Gulls inland in the Overberg. Promerops 277:12.

Simmons, R. 2009. Sugar rush. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(4):14-15.

 

Simmons, R. 2009. The rarest bird on the Peninsula? Full Circle 6(9):52.

Simmons, R. 2009. Train-spotting. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):14.

Simmons, R. 2009. Desert detour for Damaras. Africa Birds & Birding 14(6):56-60.

Simmons, R., Shaw, K., Bahaa-El-Din, L. & Thomsett, S. 2009. Digital discovering. Africa Birds & Birding 14(5):14-15.

Sinclair, I. & Ryan, P.G. 2009. Complete Photographic Field Guide: Birds of Southern Africa. Struik Nature, Cape Town. 432 pp. (Also in Afrikaans).

Underhill, L. & Barnard, P. 2009. SABAP2 and climate change. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(6):79.

Van Rooyen, C., Froneman, A. & Ryan, P.G. 2009. Showtime: Carmine Bee-eaters. Africa Birds & Birding 14(4):39-45.

Wakelin, J. & McKechnie, A. 2009. Connecting the dots: tracking Blue Swallow migration patterns. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(5):36-40.

Wanless, R [M] 2009. BirdLife’s Albatross Task Force – incentives to reduce seabird bycatch in South African Fisheries. Bycatch Communication Network Newsletter 12:2-3.

Wanless, R. & Pichegru, L. 2009. Something fishy? Reply to letter. Africa - Birds & Birding 14(5):8.