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Amar, A. 2015. The Martial Eagle is in trouble. Wild Card Magazine Summer 2014-2015: 36-43.

Amar, A. 2015. What can be done to make sure that wind energy and Africa’s vultures co-exist. The Conversation – Environment + Energy, posted June, 29, 2015.

Amar, A. 2015. What can be done to make sure that wind energy and Africa’s vultures co-exist?. Quest 11(3): 31.

Barnard, P. 2015. Lanner Falcon hunting large forest hornbills in the east Usambara mountains, Tanzania. Ornithological Observations 6:26-28.

Barnard, P. 2015. South Africa must start managing its retreat from the coast. The Conversation – Environment + Energy posted May, 8, 2015.

Barnard, P. 2015. Fast, cheap calories may make city birds fat and sick. The Conversation – Environment + Energy posted June, 4, 2015.

Barnard, P. 2015. The health of city birds can tell us what we’re doing wrong. Sunday Weekend Argus June, 7, 2015.

Barnard, P. 2015. Early warning systems help track the weather and can do the same for species. The Conversation – Environment + Energy posted August, 28, 2015.

Barnard, P. & Ryan, PG. 2015. Fire in the city. African Birdlife 3(4):14-15

Carstens, K.F. 2015. The groups of Klaserie Part I: Copenhagen. Klaserie Chronicle 31, 25.

Carstens, K.F. 2015. The groups of Klaserie Part II: Senelala. Klaserie Chronicle 32, 16.

Carstens, K.F. 2015. The groups of Klaserie Part III: Strydom. Klaserie Chronicle 33, 22.

Cunningham, S. 2015. Shepherd's tree: shady dealings. Wild Winter:78-79.

Cunningham, S. & Amar, A. 2015. How climate change is causing pied crow numbers to soar. The Conversation – Environment + Energy posted November, 6, 2015.

De Blocq, A. 2015. Leucistic Ostrich spotted at Tankwa Karoo National Park. Promerops 303: 21.

De Blocq, A. 2015. Reed Cormorants stealing food in flight from conspecifics. Promerops 303: 21.

De Blocq, A. 2015. Ostrich displays to a black refuse bag!. Promerops 303: 22-23.

Dilley, B, and Davies, D. 2015. Mice massacre: help for Gough Island’s birds. African Birdlife 4(1): 43-47.

Gaglio, D. 2015. Guano on islands holds the key to life. SANParks Times Summer edition (December 2015): 18.

Gaglio, D. 2015. An unusual method of predation by a Kelp gull. Ornithological Observation 6:60-64.

Gaglio, D. 2015. Twinkle, twinkle little star. Wild Card Magazine Summer 2015-2016, IP

Garcia-Heras, M. 2015. Black beauty: on a wing and a prayer what future awaits the endangered black harrier?. Wild Magazine Spring 2015.

Gudka, M. 2015. Thesis abstracts: Assessment of pesticide concentrations in environmental and biological parameters from two Kenyan Rift Valley Lakes. Msc Thesis Feb 2011. Gabar 25(2): 88-90.

Jenkins, A. 2015. See soar: Eddie the Eagle takes flight. African Birdlife September/October 3(6): 14.

Kruger, S.C. 2015. Thesis abstracts: An investigation into the decline of the Bearded Vulture Gypaetus barbatus in southern Africa. PhD Thesis 2014. Gabar 25(2): 91-92.

Lee, A.T.K., and Oswald, K.N. 2015. Rock Kestrel attack on a Cape Rockjumper caught in a spring trap. Afring News 44: 9-10 posted September, 21, 2015.

Little, I.T. & Little R.M. 201. Cape Sparrows nesting in a Black-collared Barbet nest cavity. Ornithological Observations 6:41-43.

Little R.M . 2015. Special issues of Ostrich in memory of Phil Hockey. African Birdlife 3(4):13.

Little, R.M. 2015. Alien birds leave little room for SA’s own. SANParks Times Spring edition September (2015):8.

Little, R.M. 2015. Special issue of Ostrich in memory of Phil Hockey. SAWMA Matters; Electronic newsletter of the Southern African Wildlife Management Association May 2015:6.

Little, R.M. 2015. How to keep geese off golfing greens. The Conversation – Environment + Energy posted October, 5, 2015 http://theconversation.com/how-to-keep-geese-off-golfing-greens-48481.

Little, R.M. & Little, I.T. 2015. Bird friendly farming in grasslands. Farmer’s Weekly 28-29.

Little, R.M. & Little, I. 2015. Grasslands could be burnt to benefit all. SANParks Times Spring edition September (2015):44.

Little, R.M. & Little, I. 2015. The value of bird-friendly farming in grasslands. Environment: people and conservation in Africa Issue 23: 28-29.

Little, R.M. & Little, I. 2015. What South African farmers can do to protect endangered grassland birds. Re-published from The Conversation on UCT website Daily news posted September, 7, 2015.

Little, R.M. & Little, I. 2015. What South African farmers can do to protect endangered grassland birds. The Conversation – Environment + Energy posted September, 7, 2015.

Little, R.M. & Little, I. 2015. What South African farmers can do to protect endangered grassland birds. Re-published from The Conversation on The New Age posted September, 15, 2015.

Little, R.M. & Little, I. 2015. How farmers can protect grassland birds. The New Age 9 September: 24.

McKechnie, A.E. 2015.Focus on migration: Going the distance. African Birdlife 3(2):10-11

McKechnie, A.E. 2015. Vultures and their putrid diet stomach this. African Birdlife 3(3):13.

McKechnie, A.E. 2015. Smear campaign: Hoopoe eggs and their bacteria barrier. African Birdlife 3(4):12.

McKechnie, A.E. 2015. Melting point: polar bears become nest predators. African Birdlife 3(5):10.

Meredith, R.L. & Mullers, R.H.E. 2015. Observations of Swee Waxbill interactions with Pin-tailed Whydahs. Ornithological Observations 6:46-48.

Mullers, R.H.E., Amar, A. & Little, R.M. 2015. Shoebills and people in the Bangweulu Wetlands, Zambia. Environment 21:17-18.

Noakes, M. & McKechnie, A. 2015. Hot or not?: physiological variation in White-browed Sparrow-weavers. African Birdlife 3(6):12-13.

Oschadleus, D. 2015. The Cape Weaver in eastern Zululand. KZN Birds 46: 23-25.

Paijmans, D.M. 2015. Longevity of the southern African white-eyes (Zosterops sp.) Promerops 301:13.

Paijmans, D.M. 2015. Longevity of the Hartlaub's Gull (Larus hartlaubii). Promerops 302:21.

Paijmans, D.M. 2015. 2014/15 SAFRING ringing statistics for the Western Cape. Promerops 303:25.

Paijmans, D.M. 2015. New longevity record for the Eastern Golden Weaver. KZN Birds 46:19.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Puppet masters of the Kalahari. African Birdlife 3(2):18.

PFIAO. 2015.  The FitzPatrick Report: Marshalling forcesAfrican Birdlife. 3(3):18-19.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Lilian's lovebirds. African Birdlife 3(4):18.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Mouse attacks increase. African Birdlife 3(5):18.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Personnel changes. African Birdlife 3(6):18-19.

PFIAO. 2015. The FitzPatrick Report: Detecting parasite-parasite interactions. African Birdlife 4(1):18

Rollinson, D.P. & Rollinson, P.L. 2015. Year-round sightings of Ayres’s Hawk-Eagle in southern Zululand, South Africa (2004-2015). Gabar 26:1-3.

Ryan, P.G. 2015.Focus on migration: Practice makes perfect. African Birdlife 3(2):12-13.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Get your groove on. African Birdlife 3(2):14.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Reviews you can use: How and where to photograph birds in southern Africa. African Birdlife 3(2):15.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Man at work. African Birdlife 3(2):44-51.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. The last word on the evolution of birds. African Birdlife 3(3):10-11.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Birds on the edge: the cost of conserving species. African Birdlife 3(3):12.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Marshalling forces. African Birdlife 3(3):18-19.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. City slicker: urban gulls favour fast food. African Birdlife 3(4):11.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Gender bender: Sentinel Rock Thrush. African Birdlife 3(5):14.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Choosing your lens. African Birdlife 3(6): 44-52.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Review: Canon’s new 36X12 IS III image-stabilised binoculars. African Birdlife 4(1): 68.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. King Penguin at Cape Point. Promerops 302:27.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Spotted Flycatcher lost at sea. Promerops 303: 25.

Ryan, P.G. 2015. Aliens and islands. Quest 11(3):36-40.

Ryan, P.G. & Spottiswoode, C.N. 2015. First record of Sickle-winged Chat for the Cape Peninsula. Promerops 303: 22.

Ryan, P.G., Thomson, R., Ward, V. & de Blocq, A. 2015.  Klaas's Cuckoos at an Overberg farm. Promerops 301:20.

Sheldon, B. 2015. Ornithology: under their wing. Nature 505:158.

Simmons, R. 2015. Apparent north-west range extension of Blue Cranes in South Africa. Ornithological Observations 2:3-5.

Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. & Kemper, J. 2015 Namibia's first red data book on birds. African Birdlife 3(5):12-13.

Spottiswoode, C.N. 2015. Review: Ten thousand birds: ornithology since Darwin. Times Higher Education page 51 posted April, 10, 2015.