Knysna Loerie
Publications overview
Publication process
Scientific publications
Semi-popular publications

Dissertations & projects
PDF archive
Roberts VII Project
Databases & downloads
Online Public Access Catalogue & Reprints

Looking for something specific? The Niven Library's online public access catalogue is a searchable database listing all publications in the library including publications by Fitz staff and students. Reprints can be obtained by contacting the Library Manager.



Semi-popular publications

Publication lists


Anonymous [Barnard, P.] 2012. Monitoring changes in farm land birds. Farmers Weekly 27 January 2012:30.

Barnard, P. 2012. Water and climate change. Important Bird Areas Programme Newsletter 2:3.

Barnard, P. & De Villiers, M. 2012. Biodiversity early warning systems: South African citizen scientists monitoring change. South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria, South Africa. 14 pp. ISBN: 978-0-620-51837-6

Boyes, R.S. 2012. “Walking with a Spear” – Experiences living alone in the Vundumtiki wilderness… National Geographic Daily News January 19, 2012.

Covas, R. 2012. Ever wondered what’s happening in those nests? SANParks Times Dec 2012:30.

Duncan, D. & Little, R. 2012. Mix & match: which apalis is this? Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):14.

Harebottle, D., Barnard, P. & Smit, H. 2012. Monitoring changes in farmland birds. Farmers Weekly 27 January 2012:30.

Hockey, P.A.R. & Amar, A. 2012. Colour coding: plumage variation within species. Africa Birds & Birding 17(1):34-41.

Hockey P.A.R. 2012. Fancy footwork. Wild 17:66-68.

Hockey, P.A.R. 2012 Fully fledged. Wild 18 (Autumn 2012):68-70.

Lee, A.T.K. & Barnard, P. 2012. Endemic fynbos avifauna: comparative range declines a cause for concern. Ornithological Observations 3: 19-28.

Little, R. 2012. Go Eastern Highlands. Africa Birds & Birding 17(1):8.

Loewenthal, D. ‘Eggsellent’ Oystercatchers. Promerops 292:6-7.

McKechnie, A. 2012. Wear & repair: managing the costs of moult. Africa Birds & Birding 17(1):16.

McKechnie, A. 2012. Competing for nectar: niche separation in sunbirds. Africa Birds & Birding 17(3):14.

McKechnie, A. 2012. Don’t look now: the secrets of running guineafowl. Africa Birds & Birding 17(3):15.

McKechnie, A., Little, I. & Danckwaerts, D. 2012. Teetering: South Africa’s Blue Swallows in trouble. Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):28-33.

McKechnie, A. 2012. Blue Swallows in the Masai Mara. African Birdlife 1(1):12.

Melo, M. & Ryan, P. 2012. Endemism gone wild: the forgotten bird islands of São Tomé and Príncipe. Africa Birds & Birding 17(2):32-41.

Okanga, S. 2012. Avian malaria in Western Cape birds. Wild Card Blog. [Viewed 11 April 2012]

Okanga, S. 2012. Avian malaria has spread its wings. SANParks Times Sept 2012:21.

PFIAO. 2012. New project to assess petrel status. Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):16.

PFIAO. 2012. Brain vs brawn – strategies of a criminal. Africa Birds & Birding 17(3):22.

PFIAO. 2012. Something fishy. Africa Birds & Birding 17(2):22.

PFIAO. 2012. Bird-friendly farming in Highland grasslands. Africa Birds & Birding 17(1):22.

PFIAO. 2012. The FitzPatrick Report: Waders on the wane? African Birdlife 1(1):35.

Ridley, A.R. 2011. Stealing the neighbour's kids. Wild 17:57-58.

Ryan, P. & Barnes, K. 2012. Killer moves: Save the albatross – club that seal. Africa Birds & Birding 17(1):14-15.

Ryan, P. 2012. Sting in the tail: seabird Resarcher Prof. Peter Ryan comments. Africa Birds & Birding 17(2):8.

Ryan, P. 2012. Who’s that birder? Profiling avitourism in South Africa. Africa Birds & Birding 17(2):52-53.

Ryan, P. 2012. Shoebill trade: the cost of being unique. Africa Birds & Birding 17(1):15.

Ryan, P. 2012. Gujarat: a taste of Africa. Africa Birds & Birding 17(1):58-65.

Ryan, P. 2012. When push comes to shove. African Birdlife 1(1):6,8.

Ryan, P. 2012. Book Review: Enigmatic variations – Roberts geographic variation of southern African birds by Hugh Chittenden, David Allan and Ingrid Weiersbye. African BirdLife 1(1):14.

Ryan, P. 2012. Afrcan Penguins. African Birdlife 1(1):30-31.

Ryan, P.G., Shaw, J.M., van der Merwe, R. & van der Merwe, E. 2012. Carrion attraction: Goshawks and other birds captured on camera traps. Ornithological Observations 3:102-106.

Ryan, P. & Wanless, R. 2012. Gill Memorial Award: John Cooper. Africa Birds & Birding 17(3):66.

Ryan, P. 2012. Prey tell: Professor Peter Ryan comments. Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):8.

Simmons, R. 2012. Satellite tracking Black Harriers reveals a new migration route to Lesotho. Lanioturdus 45(5):7.

Tate, G. & Amar, A. 2012. Possessed: Black Sparrowhawks and Egyptian Geese vie for nest sites. Africa Birds & Birding 17(4):12-13.

Whitfield, M. & McKechnie, A. 2012. Chilling in the Kalahari: Namaqua Doves keep their cool. African Birdlife 1(1):10.

Last modified: 2013/08/12
Copyright: Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology 2013
Please address any comments or enquiries about this website to the page coordinator.