On this page we keep an updated list of interesting birding related newsletters from organizations in Namibia. Currently they are all produced in pfd file format. If you do not have a pdf reader, you can download one from here – the Adobe® Reader.
If you have an interest in visiting Namibia, it is really worth having a look at a number of the articles in these newsletters. They really contain interesting information
NamPower/Namibia Nature Foundation Strategic Partnership
This issue: Editorial NamPower makes new Kuiseb-Walvis Bay power line bird-friendly | Provisional results of monitoring of Kuiseb-Walvis Bay power line at Bird Paradise | Namdeb marks 66 kV line re-route at Lüderitz | Update on birds and renewable energy | PROJECT-RELATED REPORTS: Flamingo and power lines project | Winter scavenging rates under power line in the Karoo, South Africa (abstract) | Camera traps keep a beady eye on bird activities at the Khan River crossing | POWER LINE SURVEYS: May – October 2015 | POWER LINE INCIDENTS: May – October 2015 | New citizen science projects on the EIS
This issue: Editorial | Collaboration and Broader Issues: NP/NNF Partnership visit to Eskom/EWT Partnership (March 2015) | – World Migratory Bird Day | Birds and renewable energy | Is the electrocution impact of transformer structures being under-rated? | Namibia’s new Red Data Book goes to press | Project – Related Reports: Flamingo and power lines project | Relative impact of power distribution faults due to Sociable Weaver nests | Power Line Surveys: December 2014 – April 2015 | Power Line Incidents: December 2014 – April 2015
This issue: Editorial | Workshops and Publicity: Cross-border collaborative workshop with Eskom/EWT Strategic Partnership (June 2014) | EAPAN Mini-conference (October 2014) | News talk on bustard project (July 2014) | EWT Birds of Prey Conference (May 2014) | Training in Power Line Surveys: Rössing Uranium (September 2014) | Walvis Bay (September 2014) | Project-Related Reports | Progress in the bustards – power lines project | Bustard census flight in the central Namib | Stable isotopes reveal regional movement patterns in an endangered bustard | Flamingo and power lines project | Weaver nesting project | Power Line Surveys: April-November 2014 | Power Line Incidents | Environmental Information Service (EIS) News
This issue brings a special focus on some of our power line-sensitive bird species, and in particular on vultures – now under increasing threat due to the decimating effects of the deliberate poisoning of carcasses in an effort to deter these vigilant observers from indicating where poaching activities have been taking place. Well done to the NamPower Aranos team and NARREC for rescuing a young White-backed Vulture that was unable to fly, and to the EWT-Wildlife & Energy Programme for launching the Eskom “Adopt a Vulture” project! We bring further news on the flamingo tracking front: one more Greater Flamingo has been fitted with a GPS satellite tracker; we report on collaboration with a similar initiative in Bolivia; power line incidents involving Marabou Storks in Uganda; the welcome involvement of Swakop Uranium in power line monitoring on the Namibian coast; and power line surveys and incidents that have been reported over the past six months.
In this issue: The NamPower/Namibia Nature Foundation Strategic Partnership is now five years old! The first phase of the project has been occupied in creating awareness about wildlife and power line interactions and their consequences; training; gathering information on such incidents; and developing a multi-disciplinary environmental information service. The focus for the next phase – namely to address the impacts of these incidents, and to plan, implement and monitor mitigation measures – was recently the subject of an important feedback and planning workshop. This issue also brings you update on our flamingo tracking initiative; the bustard and power lines project; and the power line surveys and incidents that have been reported over the past six months.
In this issue: Editorial: Progress with projects and update of our action plan, Flamingos tracked by satellite to identify “hotspots” for conservation action, How do wetland birds find ephemeral pans so soon, after they fill up after rain?, Flamingo flight paths: progress with ground tracking, NamPower weaver birds project, Provisional feedback on our wildlife and power line incident database, Osprey mortality on Namdeb line, Other power line incidents/surveys… and much more.
In this issue: Editorial: Progress with projects, Environmental Information Service (EIS) news, Power line surveys in southern Namibia, Nagemaakte pale/Systappale/Skynpale/Foppale (“Dummy poles”), Good progress with the “Flight paths for wetland flagships” project, Bird collisions at wind farms in Virginia, US, Wind Energy, birds and bats, More South African birds “in the red”, Power line surveys, Wildlife incidents on power line (and other) structures … and much more.
In this issue: Editorial: Steady progress with projects, Environmental Information Service (EIS) news | Generous funding from the Environmental Investment Fund of Namibia | Tracking flamingo flight paths from the ground | NamPower weaver birds project | NamPower initiates dummy pole mitigation trials | Bustard and power lines project | Ludwig’s Bustards breeding near Lüderitz coast | Understanding bird collisions with man-made objects: a sensory ecology approach | Visual fields, foraging and collision vulnerability in Gyps vultures … and much more
In this issue: Ground-breaking power line monitoring and survey project | Secretarybird and Hooded Vulture at risk of extinction | Excellent progress with the Eivironmental Information Service | How I came to be reporting wildlife/power line incidents: A.C. van Zyl, Power line / wildlife incidents… | Mitigation for outages causes by crows and other birds
NamPower/Namibia Nature Foundation News
In this issue: Assessment and Planning Workshop | Bird and power line action plan, Avian collisions with power lines… | Go Green Namibia Flamingo and Power Line project | Power line surveys | Power line / wildlife incident | Newsletters on related topics
Namibia Bird Club News
The Namibia Bird Club was founded in 1962 and has been active since then. The club’s mission is to contribute to Namibian ornithology by, amongst other things, arranging regular birding outings, conducting bird ringing and atlasing excursions and educating the public about the value of birds. To achieve this, we organise monthly visits to interesting birding sites around Windhoek as well as regular visits to Avis Dam and the Gammams Sewage Works and occasional weekend trips further afield. Bird club members also participate in the African Waterbird Census twice a year.
In this issue: Editorial by KOLBERG H | François Levaillant: His travels into the interior of Africa and his contribution to southern African ornithology (Part 1) by DEMASIUS E | Summary of the 2016 Winter Wetland Bird Counts in Namibia by KOLBERG H | Wild Bird Rescue Spring 2016 by BARTLEWSKI S | Will the Red-eyed Dove Streptopelia semitorquata be able to establish itself in central Namibia? by THOMSON N | Short Notes by THOMSON N | Rarities and Interesting Observations by THOMSON N | Bird Atlas Update by KOLBERG H
In this issue: Editorial by KOLBERG H | Goshawk and Lions by EDMUNDS T | Ringers’ Get-together 2016 by SACK J | Status assessment of Namibia’s vultures by KOLBERG H | Bird Atlasing in the Hardap and //Karas Regions of Namibia, July 2016 by DEMASIUS E | Weaver longevity records from Namibia by OSCHADLEUS HD | Rarities and Interesting Observations by THOMSON N | Bird Atlas Update by KOLBERG H
In this issue: Editorial by KOLBERG H | Wetland bird counts in Namibia: a summary by KOLBERG H
In this issue: Editorial by KOLBERG H | Heat, Rain and Vultures by SACK J | Twitching the Garganey by THOMSON N | Observations of Karoo Long-billed Lark feeding association with some mammals by CUNNINGHAM P | Population and breeding of the African Palm Swift at Gross Barmen by BROWN C | Bird Atlasing along the Skeleton Coast, June 2016 by DEMASIUS E | Finding Sclater’s Lark breeding in south central Namibia by THOMSON N | Summary of the 2016 summer wetland bird counts in Namibia by KOLBERG H | Cape Weavers breeding in Namibia by OSCHADLEUS HD | Rarities and Interesting Observations by THOMSON N
In this issue: Editorial by KOLBERG H | Terra Incognito: Bird Atlasing Expedition to the Tsaukhaeb (Sperrgebiet) National Park by KOLBERG C, H KOLBERG, M BOORMAN, H KOLB, A MADDEN and B MADDEN | Bornholm Birds: Impossible Reality – FRIEDERICH G| Namibia Bird Club Kunene Trip – 22 to 30 August 2015 by THOMSON N |Namibia’s Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas 4: NA003 Okavango River, Andara to Mohembo by KOLBERG H | Rosy-faced Lovebirds are indeed real love birds by DEMASIUS E |Sociable Weavers nesting on rock faces by KOLBERG C and H KOLBERG |Rarities and Interesting Observations by THOMSON N
In this issue: Editorial – KOLBERG H | The status of breeding data on the birds of Namibia – BROWN C | Eye colour in weavers – OSCHADLEUS HD | Kunene River Lodge in search of the Cinderella Waxbill and Angola Cave Chat – GASCOIGNE P and H POOLEY | Atlasing Bash: Farm Habis and Karibib vicinity, 22 to 25 May 2015 – THOMSON N | The incredible effectiveness of vultures – DEMASIUS E | How a springbok birth turned into a birding story – DEMASIUS E | Rarities and Interesting Observations – THOMSON N | Book Review: Birds of Botswana – KOLBERG H
In this issue: Editorial-KOLBERG H | Cape Bird Club Ghana Birding Trip (Part 2) – KLEIN F | Namibia’s Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas 1: Overview and Introduction – KOLBERG H | Farm Kakuse/Etosha National Park atlasing bash 01 to 05 May 2014 – THOMSON N | Nesting boxes, Honeybees and Lesser Honeyguides – BROWN C, J TARR, P TARR AND M STANBACK | The tragic case of Claude Gibney Finch-Davies – DEMASIUS E | Meyer’s Parrot – an unusual nest site – BROWN C | Rarities and Interesting Observations -THOMSON N
In this issue: Editorial | Obituary: Susan Mallet-Veale | Cape Bird Club Ghana Birding Trip (Part 1) | Two French Ornithologists and the Namibian Birds | It’s not the Porsche that pulls the Chicks, but Real Estate | Going North-East: A Trip Report to the Kavango and Zambezi Regions, October 2013 | Post-nesting period in a brood of Red-billed Firefinches and a Village Indigobird | Rarities and Interesting Observations
In this issue: Editorial | Results of year one of a new nesting box project near Windhoek | Ringing with Poles: Barberspan Ringers Conference 27 November 2013 to 03 December | Epupa | Second Record of two Lappet-faced Vulture Chicks reared in one Nest in Namibia | A Red-Headed Weaver in Halali, Etosha National Park | On Big Foot’s trail through the Hoanib River, September 2013 | Rarities and Interesting Observations
In this issue: Editorial | Birds on Farms: Selected results of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism’s 2012 | Farm Questionnaire Survey | Pattern of occurrence of different populations of Sandwich Tern along the Namibian coast | Birding in northern Namibia | Some notes on Long-billed Crombec nests in a Windhoek garden | Greater Kestrel prey of African rock python in Etosha | Summary of the 2014 Summer Wetland Bird Counts in Namibia | Rarities and Interesting Observations | About the Namibia Bird Club
In this issue: Editorial | Marilyn Bridgeford | A Rockrunner called “Socks” | Aerial Survey and Ringing of Lappet-faced Vultures Chicks in the Namib-Naukluft Park and Farms Project – September/October 2013 | Sharp-trailed Starling nesting in Namibia | Chairperson’s report presented at the Namibia Bird Club Annual General Meeting held on 26 March 2014 | Roadside colony densities of weavers in Southers Angola | Short Notes | Rarities and Interesting Observations | About the Namibia Bird Club
In this issue: THOMSON N Editorial 1 | DEMASIUS E Charles John Andersson (1827-1867) – The Founder of Namibian Ornithology 2 | LEIGHTON G Sociable Weavers – An Opportunity to Test the General Principles of Social Evolution 19 | KOPIJ G Avian Assemblages in Natural and Modified Kaokoland (Mopane) Savanna in the Cuvelai Draingage System, North Central Namibia… and much more
In this issue: Van der MERWE D Whisky, Alpha, Hotel, Lima MAYDAY! A Doubly Fatal Birdstrike | DEMASIUS E A New Owl in the Swakop River | THOMSON N What else can we expect to find in Namibia? | CUNNINGHAM P Notes on the Presence and Nest Building of Chestnut Weavers in Windhoek | BARTLEWSKI S & Disabled Swifts THOMSON N | KOLBERG H Trends in Namibian Waterbird Populations 10 : Gulls and Terns | THOMSON N African Harrier – Hawks in Windhoek | SWANEPOEL W Layard’s Tit-Babbler – North Western Range Extension in Namibia | THOMSON N Short Notes and Interesting Observations… and much more
In this issue: DEMASIUS E Roberts Geographical Variation of Southern African Birds | FRIEDERICH G A Zambian Birding Experience – Part 3 | KOLBERG H Summary of the 2012 Ringing Year in Namibia | DEMASIUS E Cuckoo – African or Common? | KOLBERG H Trends in Namibian Waterbird Populations 9 : Waders and Shorebirds – Part 3 | BARTLEWSKI S Some Conservation Efforts in other Countries | SKINNER G Birding Central and Northern Namibia – 10 to 20 October 2012 | KOLBERG H Summary of the 2012 Winter Wetland Bird Counts in Namibia 34 THOMSON N Colour Rings on Sociable Weavers | AN APPEAL BY TREVOR HARDAKER… and much more
In this issue: DEMASIUS E An Early Morning Hunting Episode | MIDDENDORFF G Chairperson’s Report | THOMSON N Cattle Egrets in Namibia | DEMASIUS E A Different Kind of Birding: Birds on the Stamps of Namibia : Additions to Namibia’s 5th Definitive Series | FRIEDERICH G A Zambian Birding Experience – Part 2 | SWANEPOEL W Red-eyed Dove Streptopelia semitorquata in Namibia : New Records and Range Extensions | DEMASIUS E An Interesting Nest Site | THOMSON N Short Notes and Interesting Observations | NIDDRIE R Red-chested Cuckoo in Windhoek | KOLBERG H Trends in Namibian Waterbird Populations 9 : Waders and Shorebirds – Part 2… and much more
In this issue: Van der MERWE D A Trip to Al Ain, Abu Dhabi – Part 1 – Desert Camp | THOMSON N The Real Difference between Swallows and Swifts | POTGIETER H Vulture Ringing on Farm Smalhoek, 2012 | DEMASIUS E Workshop Birding | FRIEDERICH G A Zambian Birding Experience – Part 1 | SWANEPOEL W More Records for the Cape Eagle-Owl Bubo capensis in North-Western Namibia | PAXTON M KOAR Winter (July) Wetland Water-bird Counts, Okavango River, 2012 | SCHMIDT O A Spectacular Day at Namibia’s Coastal Birding Mecca | KOLBERG H Trends in Namibian Waterbird Populations 9 : Waders and Shorebirds – Part 1 | ATLAS UPDATE | RARITIES AND INTERESTING OBSERVATIONS
In this issue: Can’t teach an old dog | 100 | The crowd-map for re-sightings of marked vultures | Bird Atlas update | Calendar of Events
In this issue: Goodbye Winter, hello Summer | Congratulations! | Birders Paradise | Abundant seabirds for a bountiful Benguela | Rüppell’s Korhaan | African Skimmer | Finally! | Bird Atlas update | Calendar of Events
In this issue: Do you remember? | There’s some good news though | International workshop in Spain | Report on vulture poisoning | There’s gold at EI Dorado | Bird Atlas update | Calendar of Events.
In this issue: New Year, new | Paul van Schalkwyk | Vulture ringing in the Namib | 10th Annual Conference of the Birds of Prey Programme | Paradise Flycatcher | Bird Atlas update | Calendar of Events.
In this issue: Holiday time | Saving vultures, and having a ball | My favourite time of the year | Bird Atlas update | Black Flamingo | Calendar of Events.
In this issue: Tough times | See a tagged vulture? | Vultures facing a break future | From Cape to Cairo | White-faced Duck in Swakopmund | Bird Atlas update | Retraps, recoveries etc. | Calendar of Events | Photo Gallery.
In this issue: Time flies like an arrow | State of the world’s birds paints a dreary picture | World Migratory Bird Day celebrated in style! | Tracking flamingos – or not! | Ancient flamingos | Tracking Hobbys by satellite | Bird Atlas update | International Vulture Awareness Day 2013 | Some interesting retraps, controls, resightings etc. | Stuff from the literature | Calendar of events.
In this issue: ‘T is the season to be jolly | Who is this? | Fifty years Namibia Bird Club: some childhood memories | Bird Atlas Update | Aerial survey/ringing of breeding Lappet-faced Vultures in the Namib-Naukluft Park and farm project October 2012 | Stop illegal bird trading | Some exciting stuff from the literature | Selected recoveries, retraps controls etc. | Calendar of events.
In this issue: Spring has sprung | Thank you, Old Mutual | Bird Ringer’s Get-together: Farm Wiese 3-6 May 2012 | Dwerg maar man | Don’t miss this talk: Birding in Ethiopia | Bird Atlas update | Cape Vultures at NARREC | Then and now | In Europe they do things on a different scale | Dear friends of BirdLife South Africa | Some interesting reading matter | Calendar of events.
In this issue: Two down – many more to come!…, Today’s scary facts, Racing to save Africa’s Vultures – the first Pan-African Vulture Summit, Masai Mara, Kenya, Anderkant die ou Kalahari, Bird Atlas Update, Namibia Bird Club Long Weekend at farm Smalhoek, Some riveting reading, From the Bird Ringers, Immature male Marico Sunbird, Flamingo Curry Continued, Cricket eating Rock Kestrel, White-backed Vulture, Strange flamingo, Calendar of events
In this issue: Welcome to the first issue of Namibia Bird News, Happy Birthday Namibia Bird Club!, Aerial Survey of breeding Lappet-faced Vultures and marking of chicks in the Namib-Naukluft Park, October 2011, Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with us!, A blast from the past!, Nesting associations between weavers and birds of prey, News from Gondwana Cañon Park, Snapped at Waterberg Plateau Park, The Atlas is back!, From the bird ringing community, Calendar of events, Calendar of events, A new book on southern African birds, You are not a real Namibian birder
Namibia Coastal-Marine Bird News
In this issue: spotlight on wildlife/power lines conflicts on the coast, coastal wetland bird counts, tracking the movements of individual birds as well as newsflashes and photo gallery
In this issue: 10 years of tern ringing at Mile 4 Salt Pans, coastal/marine Important Bird Areas of, Namibia: Mile 4 Saltworks/Salt Pans, population trends in some of Namibia’s coastal, tern species, newsflashes and photo gallery.
In this issue: report on the summer wetland bird counts; January/February 2009, summer bird count at Walvis Bay Ramsar Site, Swakop River bird counts and habitat changes, ring resightings, population trends in some of Namibia’s coastal, tern species, 1990-2008 (cont.), project Shine coastal bird competitions, the first Albatross Task Force international, workshop, Chile.
In this issue: Namibia’s tern species, Damara Terns – flagships for coastal conservation in Namibia, population trends in some of Namibia’s coastal, tern species, 1990-2008, ring resightings/recoveries & newsflashes
Namibia Crane News
In this issue: April 2016 crane census| Cranes and pivots | Blue Crane genetics study | Funding update | Crane sightings and the build-up to the 2015-2016 breeding season
In this issue: Namibia’s Blue Cranes hang in there | Crane awareness is a priority | Blue Crane activities at Namutoni Environmental… Education Centre | Funding update | Crane sightings… Grey Crowned Crane / Wattled Crane / Blue Crane | Update on the Flight Paths for Wetland Flagships project | Flamingo tracking devices used for locating preferred feeding sites at Mile 4 Saltworks, Swakopmund | The night of the flamingo snatchers
In this issue: Annual crane census March 2014 | Crane awareness efforts | Crane sightings | Crane report, December 2014 | Latest Grey Crowned Crane distribution map | Update on Flight Paths for Wetland Flagships project
In this issue: In search of Blue Crane in south-central Angola, Update on crane numbers in Namibia, Crane census March-May 2014, Crane sightings, Good progress with Blue Crane genetics study, Crane sightings in E. Caprivi communal coservancies, Update on Flight Paths for Wetland Flagships project
In this issue: Dry season 2013 crane numbers, Update on global distribution of Blue Cranes, More records of Wattled Cranes in adjoining countries, Update: Flight Paths for Wetland Flagships project
In this issue: March 2012 crane census, Funding update, Polytechnic student project: Investigation into the decline of the only breeding Blue Crane population in Namibia, to assess human impacts and to improve local awareness, Blue Crane sightings and build-up to the summer 2011 – 2012 breeding season, Wattled Crane and Crowned Crane news, News flashes
In this issue: Ramsar turns 20, April 2011 crane census, Buil-up to the breeding season, Student project to investigate possible human impacts on Blue Cranes outside the Etosha National Park, Do cranes have personalities?, Are Blue Cranes moving up north-westward from South Africa?, Flamingo breeding on the Etosha Pan, Namibia Flamingo and Power Line Project, Chestnut-banded Plover Research in Namibia
In this issue: Assessment and planning workshop: action plan for the Blue Cranes in Namibia, August 2010 survey, Other crane sightings, Use of patagial tags on cranes, Newsflashes
In this issue: Etosha cranes stay put at Andoni until the first rains, news from Kavango, Newsflashes
In this issue: Has there been a further decline in Namibia’s Blue Cranes, Etosha cranes move up to Andoni, general crane and wetland bird news, an investigation of wetland birds using reeds, alongside the Okavango River and the impact of reed harvesting on these birds
In this issue: update on Blue Crane numbers at Etosha, more Blue Crane sightings from Etosha, crane ecology, general crane/wetland bird news, white Pelican breeding at Hardap Dam, February 2009, mass breeding of flamingos and White Pelicans on the Etosha Pan in 1971, Part 2: Pelican airlift
In this issue:Etosha crane survey, March 2009, more news from Etosha, blue Cranes and water in dry Namibia, uplisting of Grey Crowned Crane to Vulnerable, mass breeding of flamingos and White Pelicans on the Etosha Pan in 1971, Part 1: The trek of the flamingos
In this issue: the Namibian Crane Action Plan – five years down the line, Blue Crane news from Etosha, World Wetlands Day, Student intern project on wetland birds on dams
Namibia Raptor News
In this issue: Vulture News From Around The World, Local News: Malawi, Local News: Botswana, Feature: Carbofuran, Another Valuable Resource, Upcoming Vulture Seminar, Articles for Vulture News, PHD Study on Lappet-Faced Vultures, International Workshop on Poison and African Vultures, Good News for Raptors, Photo of the Month…
In this issue: Tagged Lappet-faced Vulture seen in Chobe, Hawks to patrol shopping district…REUTERS, From Langebaan to Lesotho… and back – A Black Harrier’s Travels…Rob Simmons, Total numbers of birds of prey ringed in Namibia — 2011 …Compiled by Holger Kolberg, Vêr in die ou Kalahari and other interesting places …Peter Bridgeford, East wind hammers vulture counters…Peter Bridgeford, Ringing in the Namib…Peter Bridgeford, ‘Truce’ benefits bird neighbours…, Ella Davies, Reporter, BBC Nature, Vultures, Learning To Love Them…Ass. Press, Effective ways to solve your rat problems…, African Bird of Prey Sanctuary, Websites, Newsflashes
In this issue: A real blast from the past, Eye on the Vulture, International Vulture Awareness Day celebrations in Swakopmund, Namibia Bird Club’s 50th Anniversary, The latest on the SABAP2, Lappet-faced Vulture found in Angola, Planned analysis of satellite tracking data from Namibian Cape vultures, Working together… Working together, Witches spell doom to bird of omen, Farmer gives ringers an uplifting experience!!! … and much more.
In this issue: Black-shouldered Kite versus Porsche, No poles, no birds, Websites of interest, BOPPing in Zim, Donations to Vultures Namibia, Mystery Bird, From the archives, More tagged vultures, Three endangered owlets hatched at Cambridgeshire zoo, Poisoning, Drug ban helps vulture recovery, Verreaux’s Eagle (Black Eagle) tagging, Cuckoos mimic hawks to scare their hosts .. Victoria Gill, Why kill Scottish birds of prey?, Cornwall falcon DNA database aims to prevent thefts… and much more.
In this issue: Nature’s pest controllers, Vulture ringing in Etosha 2010, We are poisoning our world, Another poisoning, Alarming drop in Kenyan Vultures, Day in Pictures, Letter from America, Plastic adorns the nests of birds fit for a fight… Jonathan Amos Science correspondent, BBC News, Black Harriers, Update on Harriers, No poles, no birds, Newsflashes, Websites of interest.
In this issue: Marc Dürr, a tribute, Hawk Trust sees increase in injured birds of prey, Lesoma vultures breed well, Vullture poisoning at Khutse, Letter from Spain, Successful 2010 vulture ringing season in the Namib, Another bird strike at Windhoek international airport, Bird books available, Satellite tagging, Newsflashes, Some useful websites
In this issue: More vultures illegally poisoned, wind farms ‘displace’ rare birds, farmers & sponsors to the rescue, news flashes, Kavango raptors, who am I, vultures and eggs, Maori legend of man-eating bird, satellite tagged Black Harriers – filming and feathers, aerial survey of Lappet-faced Vultures, roost sign for kestrel and falcon conservation, a study on urban Rock Kestrel, vets help vulture.
In this issue: fundraising dinner a roaring success, Brown Hyeana surprised by Cape Fur Seal, raptors in Botswana, vultures on NamibRand Nature Reserve, newsflashes, who am I.
In this issue: international awareness day, vultures & domestic stock, Ospreys in Scotland, mystery bird, black harriers in the spotlight, useful websites & content, more sightings of Red-footed Falcons, oldest musical instrument found and newsflashes.
In this issue: A tibute to Steven Piper, Rock Kestrels, do vultures attack and kill sheep, vulture resightings on Wiese, vultures going walk-about, information needed, the mystery of the missing mice, tourists of another kind and newsflashes
In this issue: Raptors in South Western Namibia, Botswana raptors, News from RSA, Satellite tracking of Hobby Falcon, Resaurant in Skeleton Coast Park, Update from NaRREC, GPS transmitters on African White-backed Vultures, Tag sightings proving more successful than ring sightings, update on the breeding success of Black Harriers and good news on satellite tagging, kites follow rain in Caprivi, newsflashes and appeal to all raptors Namibia readers