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Scopus: Journal of East African Ornithology

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Scopus welcomes original contributions on all aspects of the ornithology of eastern Africa, en­compassing the area from the Sudan south to Mozambique and including the Indian Ocean islands.

Contributions comprise original papers, short communications (normally less than two pages in length), short notes and records, notic­es, and letters. Original papers and short com­munications should present new information that has not been published or been submitted for publication elsewhere. All manuscripts are subject to peer review and they will be assessed by at least one member of the editorial board as well as by independent referees.


Vol 37, No 2 (2017)

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Articles

Diurnal patterns at an autumn migration ringing site near the Sudan Red Sea coast EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gerhard Nikolaus, David Pearson, Bernd Raddatz 1-7
The role of kopjes in bird species’ conservation within an agricultural matrix west of the Greater Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chacha Werema, Cuthbert L. Nahonyo, Mohamed Kibaja 8-23
Effects of human activities on birds and their habitats as reported by forest user groups in and around North Nandi Forest, Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mark Cheruiyot Bett, Muchane Muchai, Catherine Waweru 24-31
Preliminary comparison of birds inhabiting exotic Acacia and native bushland habitats in semi-arid east-central Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chacha Werema 32-37
Group-size effect on scanning behaviour of Maasai Ostrich Struthio camelus massaicus EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Flora J. Magige 38-41
Short communications: Striped Pipit Anthus lineiventris — overlooked in Uganda? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Steve Clark, Donald A. Turner 42-44
Short communications: Green-capped Eremomela Eremomela scotops kikuyuensis in Nairobi EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nigel Hunter 45
East African Rarities Committee (EARC) Rarities Report EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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David Fisher, Nigel Hunter 46-48
An indigobird Vidua sp. puzzle in Uganda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nigel Hunter, Roger Q. Skeen 49


ISSN: 2313-1799
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