Working for birds in Africa

ABC Bulletin feature articles

The following are a selection of some of the superb feature articles which have been published in the Bulletins of the African Bird Club.
Title Volume Reference
A productive birding transect from highland Zimbabwe to coastal Mozambique. vol 19.1 pp 83-93
Birding Rwanda - in search of Red-collared Babbler Kupeornis rufocinctus, Albertine Rift endemics and more vol 17.2 p 229-238
Cataloguing the Lubango Bird Skin Collection: towards an atlas of Angolan bird distributions vol 17.1 p 43-53
Birding in Sierra Leone: an emerging West African destination vol 16.1 p 92-97
Birding Dja Biosphere Reserve, southern Cameroon vol 14.1 p 84-91
Additions to the avifauna of Mali vol 12.2 p 119-124
Birding Tunisia-off the beaten track vol 12.1 p 56-62
Birding Cameroon, part 2. Southern Cameroon: forests, low to lofty vol 11.1 p 51-58
Photospot: The endemic Ethiopian race of the African Goshawk vol 10.2 p 118-119
Birding Cameroon, Part 1, Northern Cameroon: Guinea Woodlands to Sahel vol 10.2 p 111-116
A survey of the highland grassland endemics in Mau Narok/Molo Important Bird Area, Kenya vol 10.1 p 64-67
Birds of Niaouli forest, southern Benin vol 10.1 p 16-22
Birds of a Grumeti River forest in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania vol 9.2 p 153-158
First photographs of Mount Kupé Bush-Shrike Telophorus kupeensis in the wild vol 9.2 p 94
Short Notes: Extension of breeding activity for Rodrigues Warbler Acrocephalus rodericanus vol 9.1 p 64
Reading the sand: identifying bird tracks in Madagascar's spiny forest vol 9.1 p 12-15
Is the endangered Long-billed (Moreau's) Tailorbird Orthotomus [Artisornis] moreaui safe in the East Usambaras? vol 8.2 p 91-94
Little-known African bird: observations on Loango Slender-billed Weaver Ploceus subpersonatus in Congo-Brazzaville vol 8.1 p 57-58
Pelagic seabirding off Cape Town, RSA vol 8.1 p 12-17
Range extension of African Broadbill Smithornis capensis into Soutpansberg, Northern Province, South Africa vol 7.2 p 135-138


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