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Field Notes on certain Baptorials and Water‐Birds in Kenya Colony

M. E. W. North
- 28 Jun 2008 - 
- Vol. 81, Iss: 3, pp 487-507
This article is published in Ibis.The article was published on 2008-06-28. It has received 4 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Field (physics).

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A contribution to the ecology and reproductive biology of the Marabou stork (Leptoptilos crumeniferus) in East Africa

M. P. Kahl
- 01 Mar 1966 - 
TL;DR: Marabous are common scavengers in regions where game or domestic animals are abundant or near human settlements, but the rapidly growing nestlings require a high-calcium diet containing some small whole vertebrates, such as fish or frogs.
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On the biology of the large birds of prey of the embu district, kenya colony.

Leslie H. Brown
- 03 Apr 2008 - 
TL;DR: The species of eagles occurring in Embu district are detailed, with general notes on the methods and scope of the study, and the inter-relations of the various species are discussed from the points of view of territorial agressiveness and competition for prey.
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Supplementary notes on the biology of the large biros of prey of embu district, kenya colony

Leslie H. Brown
- 03 Apr 2008 - 
TL;DR: The fluctuations of population in an area of 146 square miles in Embu district, where a census of eagles was carried out in 1950, are described and discussed and the inter-relations of various species are discussed.
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Seasonality of marabou storks leptoptilos crumeniferus in eastern africa

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors found that nesting by Marabou storks in eastern Africa is seasonal, and so are assemblages of non-breeding birds at places with a regular supply of food.