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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 86, Numbers 1-2, 4 May 2015

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Differential reactions to anthropogenic disturbance by two ground-nesting shorebirds
pp. 43-52(10)
Authors: Van de Voorde; Witteveen; Brown

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Food abundance explains the breeding season of a tropical shorebird, the Crab Plover Dromas ardeola
pp. 53-64(12)
Authors: De Marchi; Chiozzi; Semere; Mebrahtu; Tayefeh; Almalki; Fasola

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The status of the Damara Tern in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
pp. 65-73(9)
Authors: Whittington; Tree; Connan; Watkins

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Can behaviour buffer the impacts of climate change on an arid-zone bird?
pp. 119-126(8)
Authors: Cunningham; Martin; Hockey

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Movement ecology of five Afrotropical waterfowl species from Malawi, Mali and Nigeria
pp. 155-168(14)
Authors: Takekawa; Heath; Iverson; Gaidet; Cappelle; Dodman; Hagemeijer; Eldridge; Petrie; Yarris; Manu; Olsen; Prosser; Spragens; Douglas; Newman

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Dual parasitism of Fork-tailed Drongos by African and Jacobin Cuckoos
pp. 189-191(3)
Authors: Flower; Ashton; Zöttl; Olinger; Hockey

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Blue Petrels Halobaena caerulea discovered breeding on Gough Island
pp. 193-194(2)
Authors: Ryan; Dilley; Jones; Bond

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