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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 30 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Kenya Birds is a new publication that will take a popular look at birds, birding and bird conservation in Kenya. It incorporates and expands on "Avifauna News", the newsletter of the Department of Ornithology, and the first two issues covering 1992 will be sent to everyone who received the newsletter. Welcome! Kenya...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 36 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Welcome to the second issue of Kenya Birds, and thanks to all those who have written in with comments, suggestions, notes and records. We very much appreciate your support. This issue focuses on birds in and around the Nairobi area. This is probably the 'best-watched' region in the country, but it contains great...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 42 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. First of all, a big thank-you to all those readers who have sent in their subscriptions to Kenya Birds. We greatly appreciate your support. To make the magazine a success, however, we need not only subscribers but material. So please keep sending in your records, notes and articles, whether long or short. We also need...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 62 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Sorry: we are late. Production of Kenya Birds had to be pushed back a month this time, due to the all-too-frequent "circumstances beyond our control". This issue contains news and records up to the end of January 1994. Lots of material has come in and this is a bulky issue: thanks to all those who have sent us records...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 46 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. How well do we know Kenya’s birds? Pretty well, one would say, looking at the impressive publications describing their status and distribution: publications that are lacking for many other African countries. Not very well at all, the results of last October’s World Birdwatch suggest. A side-product of the event has...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 58 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Friends of Conservation (FOC) is delighted to support the publication of this issue of Kenya Birds. Kenya is so blessed with the great number and variety of birds to be found within its borders: I think that all of us who have enjoyed this varied and sumptuous collection feel a great desire, and responsibility, to...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 58 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Yes, it's World Birdwatch time again! Once more, on the weekend of 7-8 October 1995, BirdLife International is organising a global celebration of birds. This time the focus is on the habitats they live in, many of which are under severe threat. In Kenya we hope that birders will use the weekend as an excuse to dust off...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 66 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Bird migration is one of the wonders of the natural world. That tiny birds weighing only a few grams can travel many thousands of kilometres, navigating with pinpoint accuracy to destinations they may never have seen before, is truly remarkable. This issue of Kenya Birds celebrates more than 25 years of bird ringing at...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 54 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. In this issue we focus on the birds of Africa’s largest lake — Victoria. This giant aquatic system is home to large numbers of waterbirds. Surveys in Tanzania and Uganda have recently discovered huge breeding colonies of cormorants and terns. As well as the birds of the open water, a unique and specialised set of...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 72 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Although this issue deals with news and events up to January 1 997, we want to mention a "stop press" item here — in February 1997, the East Africa Natural History Society (Kenya) signed up as the full national Partner organisation of BirdLife International. The EANHS (Kenya) now joins its Uganda branch, the Ghana...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 98 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Welcome to the special Samburu double issue of Kenya Birds. Why a double issue? Well, it's a longish story — in essence, the Bird Committee has decided to move to publication dates in March and October (rather than June and December) for the magazine. This issue should have been out last October — combining the two...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 114 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Benjamin Franklin famously remarked that there were only two certainties: death and taxes. Readers may be wondering if the delayed appearance of Kenya Birds should constitute a third. Producing the magazine is difficult at the moment; not because of any lack of material — there are plenty of interesting articles and...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 94 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Kenya Birds is eight years old. Up until now it has been read by a relatively limited circle: birdwatchers (of all levels of interest and experience) in Kenya and a few abroad. Last year, the Bird Committee decided that Kenya Birds should, from vol. 8, be distributed to all members of Nature Kenya. We warmly welcome...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 52 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. On my desk is a slim green-bordered volume. Kenya Birds volume 1 number 1: published June 1992, ten years ago, and just 27 pages long. On the front a trio of black and white Crab-plovers parade towards the left margin. Articles inside continue the coastal theme: Arabuko-Sokoke, Mida Creek and the Spotted Ground Thrush....
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 50 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. We all know that the world's biodiversity is threatened. Species are being lost at an increasing rate, and there is an extremely high need to find out Ways to allow a more peaceful coexistence between man and the other living species. Therefore, one could think it is a very good news that in some places biodiversity is...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 50 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Phillista Malaki, Chege Kariuki and Titus Imboma welcome you to Kenya Birdfinder. This new online database is coordinated by Nature Kenya, the Ornithology Department of the National Museums of Kenya, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB, in UK) and BirdLife International. Kenya Birdfinder seeks to record...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 50 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Welcome to this issue of Kenya Birds, and once again apologies for its very late appearance. Nairobi ranks first among capital cities in terms of birds recorded — over 600 species. In this issue, articles and short notes celebrate the joys of birding in the city. The photos of Peter Usher, mainly taken in Nairobi,...
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Nairobi: Departament of Ornithology. — 62 p. — ISSN 1023-3679. Many of you may be surprised to see this issue of Kenya Birds after a long absence. The Bird Committee which jointly publishes Kenya Birds (alongside the Ornithology Section of the National Museums of Kenya) has recently been prioritizing and restructuring all its publications. Besides Kenya Birds, these include Scopus...
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