Invitation 1 July 2021- Discussion of the book: Wrecking Ball

29 June 2021 • Announcements & Notices
Wrecking Ball explores, in an unprecedented manner, a decalogue of wicked problems that confronts humanity: Nuclear proliferation, climate change, pandemics, permanent technological unemployment, Orwellian public and private surveillance, social media that distorts reality, cyberwarfare, the...

Gill Memorial Medal to David George Allan

28 June 2021 • Announcements & Notices
David Allan, an accomplished academic ornithologist and an avid birdwatcher has won the Gill Memorial Medal. As BirdLife's most prestigious award it is given for outstanding lifetime contributions to ornithology in southern Africa. Although Allan...

Call for Papers: African-European Birds

10 June 2021 • Announcements & Notices
Leading up to the International Ornithological Congress 2022, Ostrich Journal of African Ornithology will be publishing a special issue titled, “Africa’s European Birds”. Europe and Africa have strong ornithological ties, and understanding ornithology in Africa is...

Special Issue: African urban birds

7 May 2021 • Announcements & Notices
Urbanisation is globally and rapidly expanding, with profound consequences for wildlife. Current knowledge is heavily biased towards temperate cities in Europe and North America, but there is an urgent need to address urbanisation patterns and...
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