Raptor taxonomy: Highlights from two recent papers
Editorial note: With various ornithological advances (e.g., taxonomic, molecular, ecological etc.) appearing in the literature at ever increasing rates, it is becoming ever more daunting for many of us to keep abreast of crucial developments. Interesting and pertinent articles commonly slip off the radars of even the most up-to-date ornithologists. In order to try and bring such items to the attention of our readers, we hereby introduce a new feature for Scopus: Items of interest from recent ornithological literature. We hope to have this feature in all forthcoming issues of Scopus, switching between topics based on interest and articles received. Besides the Editorial Board occasionally soliciting articles, we welcome pieces from interested persons on topics they are familiar with and that are of interest to the general Scopus’ readership.