Working for birds in Africa

Recent observations in the Udzungwa and Uluguru Mountains, Central Tanzania

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Stuart and Jensen documented range extensions and other notable records of forest birds in Tanzania. Since then the University of Copenhagen has been carrying out biodiversity studies of the Udzungwa and Uluguru forest systems. These studies have already produced two new species and further range extensions for the Udzungwas. These reports stimulated us to organise a visit to those two forest systems with a diversion to Ifakara in between. Aware that David Moyer was actively working in the Udzungwas, we sought his advice and he recommended that we should concentrate our efforts on Udekwa (Ndundulu Mts) for that particular forest system, where with luck we could find most if not all of the key species. Nigel Hunter, Clide Carter and Elia Mlungu

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