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01 Jul 1971-Ostrich
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present the DUETTING and CHORUS SINGING in AFRICAN BIRDS, which is an example of singing in a group of birds.
Abstract: (1971). DUETTING AND CHORUS SINGING IN AFRICAN BIRDS. Ostrich: Vol. 42, No. sup1, pp. 125-146.

47 citations


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01 Dec 1971-Ostrich

39 citations


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01 Jul 1971-Ostrich

22 citations


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01 Jan 1971-Ostrich

19 citations


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01 Jul 1971-Ostrich
TL;DR: The CAPE PARROT in the TRANSKEI and NATAL as mentioned in this paper is a classic example of the CAPE-PARROT and is considered a seminal work in literature.
Abstract: (1971). THE CAPE PARROT IN THE TRANSKEI AND NATAL. Ostrich: Vol. 42, No. sup1, pp. 165-178.

15 citations




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01 Jul 1971-Ostrich

12 citations


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01 Sep 1971-Ostrich

11 citations




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01 Dec 1971-Ostrich
TL;DR: In this paper, the Lesser GREY SHRIKE LANIUS MINOR in AFRICA is described as a "lesser greyshrike lesion".
Abstract: (1971). THE LESSER GREY SHRIKE LANIUS MINOR IN AFRICA. Ostrich: Vol. 42, No. 4, pp. 259-270.



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01 Jul 1971-Ostrich
TL;DR: Monticola Bensoni, A New Species From South-Western Madagascar as mentioned in this paper, is a new species from south-western Madagascar, introduced by Monticola bensoni.
Abstract: (1971). Monticola Bensoni, A New Species From South-Western Madagascar. Ostrich: Vol. 42, No. sup1, pp. 83-90.


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01 Jan 1971-Ostrich
TL;DR: In this article, the authors discuss the break-up of swifters in Africa and the Netherlands in the early 1970s, focusing on two countries, namely, Ethiopia and Australia.
Abstract: (1971). BREEDING OF SWIFTS IN ETHIOPIAN AFRICA AND ADJACENT ISLANDS. Ostrich: Vol. 42, No. 1, pp. 5-36.

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01 Jul 1971-Ostrich
TL;DR: In this article, the comparative behaviour of WAF and SOUTH AFRICAN SUBSPECIES of the CUCULLATUS has been studied in the context of comparative behavior.
Abstract: (1971). COMPARATIVE BEHAVIOUR OF WEST AFRICAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN SUBSPECIES OF PLOCEUS CUCULLATUS. Ostrich: Vol. 42, No. sup1, pp. 41-52.












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01 Jan 1971-Ostrich