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BirdLife International (2000) Threatened Birds of the World. Barcelona and Cambridge, UK: Lynx Edicions and BirdLife International.

BOBO, K.S., WALTERT, M., FICHTLER, M. & MUHLENBERG, M. (2005) New bird records for the Korup Project Area, southwest Cameroon. Malimbus 27(1) pp 13-18.

BOBO, K.S., WILLIAMS, E., ANYE, N.D., NJIE, M.F., FOTSO, R.C. & LANGUY, M. (2006) The birds of Mbam and Djerem National Park, Cameroon. Malimbus 28(2) pp 90-106.

BOWDEN, C.G.R. and ANDREWS, S.M. (1994) Mount Kupe and its birds. ABC Bulletin 1(1) pp 13-17.

BUIJ, R. & CROES, B.M. (2014) Raptors in northern Cameroon, December 2005 - December 2010. ABC Bulletin 21(1) pp 26-63.

BUIJ, R. (2011) Sightings of Sooty Falcon Falco concolor in the far north of Cameroon. ABC Bulletin 18(2) pp 211-215.

COLENUTT, S. & MILLS, M.S.L. (2009) First record of Pectoral Sandpiper Calidris melanotos for Cameroon. ABC Bulletin 16(2) p 219.

DOWSETT-LEMAIRE, F. & DOWSETT, R.J. (2001) First survey of the birds and mammals of the Yabassi area, south-western Cameroon. Final Report. A report by Tauraco a.s.b.l., for WWF-Cameroon. Misc. Report 27 is a PDF formatted in 2011 of a report produced in 2001.

DOWSETT, R.J. & DOWSETT-LEMAIRE, F. (2000) New species and amendments to the avifauna of Cameroon. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club 120: 179-185.

FAUCHER, I. and DOWSETT-LEMAIRE, F. (2011) A new form of Thrush Babbler Ptyrticus sp. from the Bakossi Mountains, Cameroon? ABC Bulletin 18(1) pp 74-75.

FOTSO, R., DOWSETT-LEMAIRE, F., DOWSETT, R.J., CAMEROON ORNITHOLOGICAL CLUB, SCHOLTE, P., LANGUY, M. and BOWDEN, C. Cameroon chapter pages 133-159 in FISHPOOL, L.D.C. and EVANS M.I. editors (2001) Important Bird Areas in Africa and Associated Islands: Priority sites for conservation. Newbury and Cambridge, UK. Pisces Publications and BirdLife International (BirdLife Conservation Series No.11).

HIVEKOVICS, A. and PALATITZ, P. (1998) Summary of a study by Hungarian ornithologists on Mount Cameroon. ABC Bulletin 5(2) pp 97-100.

LAMBEETS, K., BECKERS, G. and VANERMEN, N. (2011) First record of Rufous-tailed Palm Thrush Cichladusa ruficauda for Cameroon. ABC Bulletin 18(1) p 76.

LANGUY, M., BOBO, K.S., NJIE, F.M., NJABO, K.Y. & LAPIOS, J.M. (2005) New bird records from Cameroon. Malimbus 27(1) pp 1-12.

MAISELS, F. and FORBOSEH, P. (1999) The Kilum-Ijim Forest Project: biodiversity monitoring in the montane forests of Cameroon. ABC Bulletin 6(2) pp 110-114.

MILLS, M. and COHEN, C. (2003) Birding Cameroon, part 1 Northern Cameroon: Guinea Woodlands to Sahel. ABC Bulletin 10(2) pp 111-116.

MILLS, M. and COHEN, C. (2004) Birding Cameroon, part 2 Southern Cameroon: forests, low to lofty. ABC Bulletin 11(1) pp 51-58.

MILLS, M.S.L. (2010) Rock Firefinch Lagonosticta sanguinodorsalis and its brood parasite Jos Plateau Indigobird Vidua maryae in northern Cameroon. ABC Bulletin 17(1) pp. 86-89.

NGUTE K, SENGHOR A, HULME M, WHYTOCK R.C., AWA ILA TAKU & MAYAKA TB The avifauna of Mount Mbam, Cameroon  ABC Bulletin 26.1 pp 82-91

RIEGERT, J., ANTCZAK, M. & FAINOVA, D. (2008) The first record of Short-eared Owl Asio flammeus in SW Cameroon. Malimbus 30(2) pp 165-167.

SEDLACEK, O., REIF, J., HORAK, D., PESATA, M. and KLVANA, P. (2007) The birds of a montane forest mosaic in Big Babanki area, Bamenda Highlands, Cameroon. Malimbus 29(2) pp 89-100.

VOADEN, N. (2008) Chad Firefinch Lagonosticta umbrinodorsalis 'rediscovered' in northern Cameroon. ABC Bulletin 15(2) pp 238-241.

WHYTOCK, R.C. and MORGAN, B.J. (2010) The avifauna of the Ebo Forest, Cameroon. Malimbus 32(1) pp 22-32.

WILKINSON, R. (2008) Some recent records of birds from Gashaka Gumti National Park and Ngel Nyaki, Nigeria, and the Gotel Mountains, Cameroon.
Malimbus 30(2) pp 156-164.

WILLIAMS, E. (2007) Birding Dja Biosphere Reserve, southern Cameroon. ABC Bulletin 14(1) pp. 84-91.

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