Avian Biology Research, formerly Avian & Poultry Biology Reviews, has adopted a new and exciting vision for publication of ornithological research in the 21st Century.

This vision is based on two main concepts. First, the topics published by the journal will cover all aspects of ornithology. This will provide a forum for scientists to publish their work in a journal that will have a broad appeal. Second, the scope of the journal will expand to include reports of original research, letters, perspectives, news, diary and book reviews in addition to reviews. By considering a wide range of research fields for publication, Avian Biology Research provides a forum for people working in every field of ornithology.

Editor-in-Chief: Charles Deeming Editors: Mary Ann Ottinger; Tom Pike; Anna Wilkinson; Dale Sandercock

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

Publisher: Science Reviews 2000 Ltd

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