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Avian Biology Research provides a forum for the publication of research in every field of ornithology. It covers all aspects of pure and applied ornithology for wild or captive species as well as research that does not readily fit within the publication objectives of other ornithological journals. By considering a wide range of research fields for publication, Avian Biology Research provides a forum for people working in every field of ornithology. The journal also includes sections on avian news, conference diary and book reviews.

Editor-in-Chief: Charles Deeming Editors: Tom Pike; Dale Sandercock; Claudia Wascher; Jenny Dunn
Production Editor: Claire Pike

Cover image:Green-backed Tits in the Himalayas have large breast stripes that are dimorphic between males and females, for more read Barve et al. (2017) in this issue (Avian Biol Res, 10, 259–263). Credit: Rajesh Panwar.

Avian Biology Research was previously published as Avian and Poultry Biology Reviews.

Publisher: Science Reviews 2000 Ltd

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Volume 1, Number 4, January 2009

Diet of Cattle Egrets (Bubulcus ibis ibis) in the flood valley of the Paraná River, northern Argentina
pp. 145-151(7)
Authors: de la Paz Ducommun, María; Quiroga, Martín A.; Beltzer, Adolfo H.; Schnack, Juan A.

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Bird communities in wetlands along the Lower Paraná River, Entre Ríos, Argentina
pp. 153-163(11)
Authors: Ronchi-Virgolini, Ana Laura; Beltzer, Adolfo Héctor; Manzano, Adriana Silvina

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Why were extinct gigantic birds so small?
pp. 187-194(8)
Authors: Deeming, D. Charles; Birchard, Geoffrey F.

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