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Scopus: Journal of East African Ornithology has been published since 1977 by the Bird Committee of the East Africa Natural History Society. Originally titled Scopus, the addition of Journal of East African Ornithology began with our January 2018 issue. The journal is published Open Access twice a year, typically in January and July. Authors retain copyright and their work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Our copyright and licensing agreement only applies from January 2018 onwards, and does not apply to previously published issues. Users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles.

Scopus: Journal of East African Ornithology welcomes original contributions— which have not been published elsewhere— on all aspects of the ornithology of eastern Africa, encompassing the area from Sudan, Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa countries south to Mozambique, and including the Malagasy region. 

This journal does not charge Article Processing Charges or submission charges.


Vol 39, No 1 (2019)

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Temporal and spatial distribution, and flight directions of migratory birds in Tsavo West National Park, Kenya: a comparison of radar and ringing data EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Herbert Stark, Felix Liechti, Tabitha Njokikanuri, David Pearson 1-21
Notes on Black Crakes Amaurornis flavirostra 1: Breeding, plumages, and social structure EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I.S.C. Parker, A.C. Parker 22-37
Notes on Black Crakes Amaurornis flavirostra 2: Vocalizations, feeding and interactions with other species EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I.S.C. Parker, A.C. Parker 38-43
Current status of diurnal breeding raptors in the greater Athi-Kaputiei Ecosystem, southern Kenya: an assessment of abundance, distribution and key areas in need of conservation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sidney Shema 44-59
Short communications: New breeding records and observations of the Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus minor from Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Till Töpfer, Kai Gedeon, Torsten Pröhl 60-63
Short communications: The first documented record of Western Reef Heron Egretta (gularis) schistacea for Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N.E. Baker, R Marais, J Simms, S Wells 64-65
Short communications: A Little Green Sunbird Anthreptes seimundi from Minziro Forest Reserve: the first documented record for Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Neil E. Baker 66
Short communications: A concentration of Lappet-faced Vultures Torgos tracheliotos in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania and the latest Atlas map EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N.E. Baker, E.M. Baker, N.L. Baker, O.T. Baker 67-68
Chubb’s Cisticola Cisticola chubbi near Bukoba, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Neil E. Baker, Leons J. Mlawila 69
Short communications: The Grey-chinned Sunbird Anthreptes rectirostris in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N.E. Baker, E.M. Baker 70-71
Short communications: Common Scimitarbill Rhinopomastus cyanomelas parasitized by Greater Honeyguide Indicator indicator EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ian Parker 72
Short communications: The first record of Grey Phalarope Phalaropus fulicarius for Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Daniel Rosengren 73-74
Short communications: Comments on two Myrmecocichla chats in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Robert Glen, Sue Stolberger 75-76
Corrigenda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Darcy Ogada 77


ISSN: 2313-1799
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