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...

Ostrich: Brink wins Best Student Article Award for 2020

19 March 2021 • Announcements & Notices
Christiaan Willem Brink has won Ostrich's Best Student Article Award for 2020 with his article published in Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology, Volume 91, 2020 - Issue 2.  The southern African population of Bearded Vultures Gypaetus...

Montane Rangelands in a Changing World

9 March 2021 • Announcements & Notices
Mountains comprise a significant proportion of the world’s rangelands, rangelands being estimated at 25–40% of the globe. Volume 38, Issue 1, of African Journal of Range & Forage Science is a special issue on montane...
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