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Duncan T. 1996. Vagrant Starred Robin in Harare. Honeyguide 42: 34. (with an editorial note pp 34-35) (11 Ambassador Rd, Colne Valley, PO Chisipite, Harare, Zimbabwe)

Pogonocichla stellata caught by cat in garden in Dec 1995.
Edwards E.A. 1997. Natal Robin breeding near Chinhoyi. Honeyguide 43: 109-111. (Clent Farm, PO Box 430, Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe)

Cossypha natalensis in May 1996.
Garrett J. 1996. Observations along the garden route. Promerops 226: 9-10. (No address given)

Malachite Kingfisher Corythornis cristata seen and pair of Cape Wagtail Motacilla capensis found with legs 5-7mm thick.


Goodwin W. 1996. Another out of range record of the Grey Cuckoo-Shrike. Honeyguide 42: 33. (c/o Torque Tension, PO Box 2412, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe)

Coracina caesia in Matobo National Park July 1994.
Harebottle D. 1996. African Crake in the Kruger Park. Hornbill 46: 19. (Olifants River Farm, Lydenburg, South Africa)

Crex egregia in late Aug 1996.
Herremans M., Joos-vandewalle M. & Borello W.D. 1996. The status of the Woolly-necked Stork Ciconia episcopus in Botswana. Ostrich 67: 80-83. (Avian Demography Unit, Dept. Statistical Sci., Univ. Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa)

Most records in wet season and especially in wetter areas in north.


Hitchcock W. 1996. Coordinated avifaunal road counts (CAR) -- July 1996. Promerops 226: 13-15. (No address given)

Increasing numbers of Blue Cranes Anthropoides paradisea in Overberg found from biannual counts.


Hobson T. 1997. Notes from the Karoo. Bee Eater 48: 19. (No address given)

Odd records following heavy rain.


Hofmeyr J. 1996. Fulvous Duck breeds in the southwestern Cape. Promerops 226: 9. (No address given)

Pair of Dendrocygna bicolor near Philippi in Oct 1996.




Hustler K. 1997. Chirping Cisticola; a new breeding species for Zimbabwe. Africa: Birds & Birding 2(1): 14. (No address given)

Cisticola pipiens breeding at Kazungula in Apr 1996.
Hustler K. 1996. Ross's Turaco on the upper Zambezi. Honeyguide 42: 104-106. (PO Box 159, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe)

2 possible records of Musophaga rossae.


Hustler K. 1997. The status and first breeding record of the Dark Plain-backed Pipit in Zimbabwe. Honeyguide 43: 45-47. (PO Box 159, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe)

Anthus leucophrys in Sept 1995 (probably) and Sept 1996 along Zambezi.
Hustler K. & Voss N. 1997. The first breeding record of the Red-headed Quelea in Zimbabwe. Honeyguide 43: 38-44. (PO Box 159, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe)

Quelea erythrops near Imbabala Camp in Feb 1996 with notes made from a hide.
van Huyssteen L.P. 1997. Bearded Vultures near Queenstown. Bee Eater 48: 10. (No address given)

Gypaaetus barbatus.
Jones J.M.B. 1996. Thick-billed Cuckoo in Marondera North. Honeyguide 42: 31. (Cornwall Farm, PO Box 581, Marondera, Zimbabwe)

Pachycoccyx audeberti in Dec 1995.
Jones J.M.B. 1996. Alpine Swifts in the Chimanimani Mountains. Honeyguide 42: 165. (PO Box 581, Marondera, Zimbabwe)

Apus melba in Jan 1991.
Kopij G. 1996. A mixed heronry at Willem Pretorius Game Reserve, Free State Province. Mirafra 13: 63-67. (Dept. Zool. & Entomology, Univ. Orange Free State, PO Box 339, Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa)

Survey of one Dec 1995.


Leppan H. 1997. Notes from Cookhouse. Bee Eater 48: 18. (No address given)

Records of four species not previously recorded on farm in 18 years, following good rains.


Manson C. 1996. Cut-throat Finch in the Bvumba. Honeyguide 42: 169. (Seldomseen, PO Box 812, Mutare, Zimbabwe)

Amadina fasciata in June 1996.
Marshall B.E. 1996. A Greater Frigatebird on Lake Cahora Bassa, Mozambique. Honeyguide 42: 25. (Dept. Biol. Sci., Univ. Zimbabwe, PO Box MP167, Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe)

Male Fregata minor in Nov 1995.


McEwan I. 1997. Bearded Vulture sightings in the Queenstown area. Bee Eater 48: 9-10. (No address given)

Three records of Gypaaetus barbatus in last 10 years.
McIlleron G. & Ryan B. 1997. Egyptian Vulture at Lichtenburg Nature Reserve. Africa: Birds & Birding 2(1): 15. (No address given)

Immature Neophron percnopterus in Dec 1996.


McMaster C. 1997. Ground Hornbills. Bee Eater 48: 21. (No address given)

Notes on the few records of Bucorvus leadbeateri near Stutterheim.


Nisbet P. 1997. Cape Parrots at the Hogsback. Bee Eater 48: 36. (No address given)

Poicephalus robustus now rare.
Oake K. & Tyler S.J. 1997. Some further observations of birds at Lake Ngami. Babbler 32: 29-31. (Game Studios (Botswana) Pty Ltd, PO Box 108, Maun, Botswana)

Notes from several years since 1984/85 when water levels have been low.


Paxton J.R. 1996. Olive Thrush in Northwood, Harare. Honeyguide 42: 165-166. (39 Fairway, Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe)

Turdus olivaceus in Dec 1995.
Randall R. 1996. Redheaded Quelea Quelea erythrops along the Kwando. Babbler 31: 23. (Private Bag K14, Kasane, Botswana)

Several flocks in Jan 1996.


Randall R. 1996. Notes from Kasane. Babbler 31: 26-27. (Private Bag K14, Kasane, Botswana)

Some notes on several species in area.


Ray L. 1996. Black Sparrowhawk Accipiter melanoleucus and African Hawk Eagle Hieraaetus spilogaster at Hundred Waterhole, Mokolodi Nature Reserve. Babbler 31: 47-48. (Private Bag 00285, Gaborone, Botswana)

In Aug 1995.


Ryan P. 1996. New for Africa -- Buller's Albatross. Africa: Birds & Birding 1(5): 16. (No address given)

Subadult Diomedea bulleri photographed 15 km off Cape Peninsular in Aug 1995 is first away from South Pacific Ocean.


Ryan P. 1997. Sheathbills shipping in... Africa: Birds & Birding 2(4): 14. (No address given)

A flurry of records of Chionis alba in June and July 1997 near Cape.


Shaw J.R. 1997. A further record of Kalahari Robin in Hwange National Park. Honeyguide 43: 108. (12 Colne Crescent, PO Chisipite, Harare, Zimbabwe)

Erythropygia paena in Nov 1996.
Sheehan D. 1997. Buff-spotted Flufftail in Helensvale, Harare. Honeyguide 43: 105-106. (29 Swallow Hill Rd, Helensvale, PO Borrowdale, Harare, Zimbabwe)

Sarothrura elegans in Dec 1996.
Smith M. 1997. Notes from Aisleby Municipal Sewage Farm, Bulawayo. Honeyguide 43: 48. (3A Holdengarde Ave., Hillside, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe)

Few species noted.


Smith N. 1997. Orange Thrush in Stutterheim. Bee Eater 48: 21. (No address given)

Zoothera gurneyi.
Solomon D., Solomon S., Rawson C. & Rawson R. 1996. Chestnut-fronted Helmet-Shrike and others from the Honde Valley. Honeyguide 42: 167-168.

Prionops scopifrons and a few others Mar 1996.
Sorour R. 1996. Grey Phalarope near Ficksburg, Free State Province. Mirafra 13: 79. (PO Box 656, Ficksburg 9730, South Africa)

Phalaropus fulicaria in Mar 1996.
de Swardt D.H. 1996. Jameson's Firefinch Lagonosticta rhodopareia along the Vaal River, Free State Province. Mirafra 13: 67-68. (Nat. Mus., PO Box 266, Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa)

Nov 1991 and Oct 1996.


Tarboton W. 1996. A new breeding species for Nylsvley. Africa: Birds & Birding 1(5): 11. (No address given)

Yellow-billed Stork Mycteria ibis in July 1996.


Tyler S.J. 1997. A large gathering of Redfaced Mousebirds Urocolius indicus. Babbler 32: 37. (Dept. Anim. Health & Production, Private Bag 0032, Gaborone, Botswana)

Over 100 birds at Rakops in July 1996.


Tyler S.J. & Lewis J.M.S. 1997. Terrestrial Bulbuls on the Limpopo at Oliphant's Drift. Babbler 32: 36. (Dept. Anim. Health & Production, Private Bag 0032, Gaborone, Botswana)

Phyllastrephus terrestris in Feb 1997, about 100 km south of known range.
Tyler S.J. & Tyler L. 1996. Finfoots Podica senegalensis on the Marico River. Babbler 31: 29-30. (Dept. Anim. Health & Production, Private Bag 0032, Gaborone, Botswana)

Seen a few times Aug 1996 to Jan 1997.


Tyler S.J. & Tyler L. 1996. Highlights on the Limpopo at Olifant's Drift. Babbler 31: 31. (Dept. Anim. Health & Production, Private Bag 0032, Gaborone, Botswana)

Some notes of birds seen on a trip in July 1996.


Urquhart C. 1996. Redheaded Finch breeding at Addo. Bee Eater 47: 43. (No address given)

Amadina erythrocephala nesting in Addo National Park in Aug 1996.


Vanderwalt B. 1996. Fulvous Duck breeds in the southwestern Cape. Promerops 226: 9. (No address given)

Three pairs of Dendrocygna bicolor at Borchards Quarry Sewage Works in Mar 1996.


Williams J. 1997. Two Collared Flycatchers in a week. Honeyguide 43: 172-173. (14 Harare Drive, Greystone Park, Harare, Zimbabwe)

Ficedula albicollis in Feb 1997.
Wood A.J. 1996. Redshank at Redbank, Nyamandlovu. Honeyguide 42: 104. (12 Adare Rd, PO Chisipite, Harare, Zimbabwe)

Tringa totanus in Dec 1995.

Records -- Atlantic Ocean Islands
Butynski T.M., Schaaf C.D. & Heron G.W. 1996. The Grey-necked Picathartes Picathartes oreas on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Ostrich 67: 90-93. (Zoo Atlanta's Africa Biodiversity Conservation Program, PO Box 24434, Nairobi, Kenya)

Recent surveys suggest 10-20 birds on the island.


Hazevoet C.J. & Fischer S. 1996. Further information on the Dohm-Keulemans collection of birds from the Cape Verde Islands. Contrib. Zool. 6663-6664. (Inst. Syst. & Population Biol., Univ. Amsterdam, PO Box 94766, 1090 GT Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Includes a second syntype of Cape Verde Swamp-Warbler Acrocephalus brevipennis.


Reese R.A. 1997. Status of swift species on Gran Canaria. Brit. Birds 90: 151-152. (4 Thorpe Leys, Beverley, Yorkshire YO25 9SP, UK) (A letter with a response from Tony Clarke)

The possibility of Common Apus apus and Pallid A. pallidus Swifts breeding in Canary Islands as well as Plain A. unicolor needs proper investigation.



Records -- Indian Ocean Islands
Bourne W.R.P. 1997. The smaller noddies of the Indian Ocean. Sea Swallow 46: 79-80. (Dept. Zool., Aberdeen Univ., Tillydrone Ave., Aberdeen AB9 2TN, UK)

A few specimens in Tring Museum have larger bills and darker lores than Black Noddy Anous minutus and Lesser Noddy A. tenuirostris and may be hybrids. Observations requested.


Bourne W.R.P. & David A.C.F. 1995. The early history and ornithology of St Paul and Amsterdam Islands, southern Indian Ocean. Le Gerfaut 85: 19-36. (Dept. Zool., Aberdeen Univ., Tillydrone Ave., Aberdeen AB9 2TN, UK)

A review of early Dutch and English information compared to recent French observations. Most seabirds survive but landbirds mostly gone.



Feare C.J. & Gill E.L. 1997. First record of a Wattled Starling Creatophora cinerea in the Seychelles. Scopus 19: 118-199. (CSL, Tangley Place, Worplesdon, Surrey GU3 3LQ, UK)

In July 1995 on Bird Island.


Langrand O. & Goodman S.M. 1996. Current distribution and status of Benson's Rockthrush Pseudocossyphus bensoni, a Madagascar endemic. Ostrich 67: 49-54. (WWF, BP 738, Antananarivo 101, Madagascar)

Substantial populations found in Réserve Naturelle Intégrale d'Andringitra and the paper summarises other records outside previously known range.


Marchant A. 1996. Mascarene Shearwater. Africa: Birds & Birding 1(5): 16. (No address given)

Puffinus atrodorsalis claimed 15km off Durban in Aug 1996 has been submitted to Rarities Committee.
Rainbolt R.E., Augeri D.M., Pierce S.M. & Bergeson M.T. 1996. Greater Flamingos breed on Aldabra Atoll, Republic of Seychelles. Wilson Bull. 109: 351-353. (Dept. Fisheries & Wildlife, 104 Nash Hall, Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, OR 97331, USA)

Chick Phoenicopterus ruber seen in Apr 1995, a third to half grown.


Thorstrom R. & Rabarisoa R.G.M. 1997. An observation of Madagascar Teal Anas bernieri in northwestern Madagascar. Wildfowl 47: 212-215. (The Peregrine Fund, 566 West Flying Hawk Lane, Boise, ID 83709, USA)

81 individuals on a tidal mudflat and another pair on coast of western Madagascar in June 1995.



Migration -- Palearctic Migrants
Alexander F. 1996. Northerly passage of Eurasian Rollers at Sable Valley. Kenya Birds 5: 36-37. (Sable Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, PO Box 890, Ukunda, Kenya)

Many hundreds of Coracias garrulus through valley in Mar 1996.


Berthold P., van der Bossche W., Leshem Y., Kaatz C., Kaatz M., Nowak E. & Querner U. 1997. [Satellite tracking of the annual migration of a White Stork Ciconia ciconia and discussion of the orientation mechanisms of homeward migration.] J. Orn. 138: 229-233. [German with English summary] (Max-Planck-Institut für Verhaltensphysiologie, Vogelwarte Radolfzell, Schloss Möggingen, Schlossallee 2, D-78315 Radolfzell-Möggingen, Germany)

Female tracked from breeding grounds to Sudan (58 day stay) and then Tanzania (41 day stay) and back to nest. Homeward migration based on navigation not route reversal.




Berthold P., van der Bossche W., Leshem Y., Kaatz C., Kaatz M., Nowak E. & Querner U. 1997. [Satellite tracking of White Storks: migration of an eastern individual westwards as far as Nigeria.] J. Orn. 138: 331-334. [German with English summary] (Max-Planck-Institut für Verhaltensphysiologie, Vogelwarte Radolfzell, Schloss Möggingen, Schlossallee 2, D-78315 Radolfzell-Möggingen, Germany)

An East German Ciconia ciconia tracked to Nigeria, the wintering area of western storks.


Biebach H. 1995. Stopover of migrants flying across the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara. Israel. J. Zool. 41: 387-392. (Max-Planck-Institut fur Verhaltensphysiologie, D-82346 Andechs, Germany)

Only suitable stopover points are in the Atlas Mountains if food and water are required. Recent results suggest about a quarter of all migrants use stopovers.


vanden Brink B., Bijlsma R.G. & van der Have T.M. 1997. European Swallows Hirundo rustica in Botswana. WIWO report no. 56, Zeist. 102 pages. (No address given)

Study mainly at 3 roosts over 3 winters 1992/93-1994/95. Numbers recorded, up to 3,000,000 at one roost in Jan 1994, were correlated with rainfall. Also included are some waterbird counts and biometric data on 88 other species ringed (1160 individuals).


vanden Brink B. 1997. European Swallows Hirundo rustica in Botswana. Babbler 32: 32-33. (Zomerdijk 86, 8079 TL Noordeinde, The Netherlands)

A summary of the above report.


Exo K.-M. & Wahls S. 1996. Origin and movements of Grey Plovers Pluvialis squatarola ringed in Germany. WSG Bull. 81: 42-45. (Inst. für Vogelforschung, An der Vogelwarte 21, 26386 Wilhelmshaven, Germany)

Wintering range south to Gulf of Guinea but recoveries in Tunisia and Egypt suggest a few at least go further east.


Franchimont J. & Moumni T. 1996. Suivi partiel de la migration post-nuptiale des rapaces diurnes sur la rive Sud du Detroit de Gibraltar en 1995. Porphyrio 8: 55-76. (Dept. Biol., Fac. des Sci. de Meknes, BP 4010, Beni-M'Hamed 50000, Meknes, Morocco)

Partial survey of autumn migration (26 Aug to 6 Sept 1995) on south side of Strait of Gibraltar showed over 30000 raptors especially Honey Buzzards Pernis apivorus (91.3%).


Hamidi S., Maamri A., Bouariche B., Chavanon G. & Berrahou A. 1996. Variation du poids et de l'adiposité de la fauvette à tête noir Sylvia atricapilla dans une localité du Maroc oriental: Jbel Hamra. Porphyrio 8: 41-54. (Lab. d'Hydrobiol. et Ecologie Générale, Fac. des Sci., Univ. Mohammed Premier, BP 524, Oujda, Morocco)

A study of weight and fat deposition of Blackcaps in relation to migration strategies and fruit availability.


Hill L.A. 1997. Trans-Sahara recoveries of House Martins Delichon urbica, with discussion on ringing, roosting and sightings in Africa. SAFRING News 26: 7-12. (32 Hillside Drive, Grantham, Lincs NG31 7EZ, UK)

A review of wintering quarters of the species.




Jenkins A.R. & Stephenson A. 1997. From Arctic tundras to African dunes. Siberian Peregrines in southern Africa. Africa: Birds & Birding 2(4): 62-68. (No address given)

The migration of Falco peregrinus calidris, especially in Woody Cape Nature Reserve.


Kjellen N., Hake M. & Alerstam T. 1997. Strategies of two Ospreys Pandion haliaetus migrating between Sweden and tropical Africa as revealed by satellite tracking. J. Avian Biol. 28: 15-23. (Dept. Anim. Ecol., Ecology Building, S-22362 Lund, Sweden)

One female went to Ivory Coast, another to Mozambique via the Caspian Sea. Both left before their young were independent and were very sedentary once they reached their winter quarters.


Marchetti C., Incagli M. & Baldaccini N.E. 1995. The influence of the moon on the migratory orientation of some trans-Saharan passerines. Avosetta 19: 67 (Dip. Sc. Comportamento Anim. e dell'Uomo, V.Volta 6, 56126 Pisa, Italy)

Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca and Willow Warbler Phylloscopus trochilus responded differently.


Melter J. & Sauvage A. 1997. Measurements and moult of Ruffs Philomachus pugnax wintering in West Africa. Malimbus 19: 12-18. (OAG Münster, Biol. Station, Coermühle 181, 48157 Münster, Germany)

1989 individuals caught in Senegal 1985-1988. About 25% first year females and 33% first year males were moulting primary 10. Various measurements also given.


Philippot M. 1996. [Wintering of a Swallow (Hirundo rustica) in South Africa.] Schoeniclus 1: 19-24. (1a Dome, 50360 Crosville/Douve, France)

A Normandy bird caught in usual wintering area of British ones.



Migration -- Afrotropical Migrants
Bell C.G.V. 1997. The Southern Pochard and the Msasa tree: an analogy. Honeyguide 43: 15-18. (Elmswood Farm, PO Box 106, Marondera, Zimbabwe)

Some general notes on Netta erythrophthalma indicating knowledge of movements is minimal.


van der Bijl R. 1996. Kelp Gull migration. Bee Eater 47: 37. (No address given)

Thousands of Larus dominicanus east to west off Keurboomstrand in Aug 1996.


Kirkpatrick C.W.M. 1997. Arrival dates for the Paradise Flycatcher. Honeyguide 43: 111-112. (PO Box 3200, Harare, Zimbabwe)

Terpsiphone viridis arrives in Harare av. 21 Sept over 16 years.
van Niekerk D.J. 1996. The status and distribution of the Blackbreasted Snake Eagle Circaaetus pectoralis (Smith) in the Orange Free State, South Africa, with notes on movements in the rest of southern Africa. Mirafra 13: 32-49. (Dept. Zool. & Entomology, Univ. Orange Free State, PO Box 339, Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa)

Mostly Jan-May and Sep-Nov probably from Transvaal and possibly Botswana.



de Swardt D.H. & Schoeman S. 1997. Sunbird recaptures and seasonal movements at Lydenburg, Mpumalanga Province. SAFRING News 26: 13-15. (Nat. Mus., PO Box 266, Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa)

Results from 565 individuals of 4 sunbird species Nectariniidae.


Underhill L. 1997. Mobile queleas. Africa: Birds & Birding 2(5): 18. (No address given)

Some notes on 17 ringing recoveries in last 3 years of Quelea quelea in South Africa.



General Biology
Allan D., Johnson D. & Snyman T. 1996. The Crowned Eagles of Durban and Pietermaritzburg. Africa: Birds & Birding 1(5): 12-13. (No address given)

Stephanoaetus coronatus in Krantzkloof Nature Reserve near Durban and 4 pairs in the northern half of Pietermaritzburg.
Anderson G.Q.A., Evans T.D. & Watson L.G. 1997. The Tanzanian race of Swynnerton's Robin Swynnertonia swynnertoni rodgersi. Bull. Afr. Bird Club 4: 83-89. (The Northumbrian Water Ecology Centre, Science Complex, Univ. Sunderland, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear SR1 3SD, UK)

Clarifies and expands published information on the Tanzanian race of a species mainly in mountain forest blocks.


Appert O. 1997. [Distribution and biology of the Newtonias (Newtonia, Sylviidae) in the Mangoky region, southwest Madagascar.] Orn. Beob. 94: 39-52. [German with English summary] (Höchweid, CH-6106 Werthenstein, Switzerland)

Distribution of Newtonia archboldi and N. brunneicauda described in the region. Observations on breeding biology given for the first time and some photographs.


Bell C.G.V. 1996. Some observations on African Pygmy Goose. Honeyguide 42: 71-74. (Elmswood Farm, PO Box 106, Marondera, Zimbabwe)

Notes on nest sites and feeding of Nettapus auritus.


Berrisford H. 1997. Insights into a Crowned Plover family. Bee Eater 48: 22-23. (No address given)

Notes on a pair of Vanellus coronatus.


Borghesio L. 1997. Field observations on Prince Ruspoli's Turaco Tauraco ruspolii. Scopus 19: 83-91. (C. Re Umberto 42, 10128 Torino, Italy)

Notes on voice, diet, general behaviour and diurnal rhythm, breeding and local movements of this little known rare species in Bale and Borana in 1995.


Brindley E., Dimmick C., Bowden C., Ribi M., Hoffmann D. & del Nevo A. 1995. The Bald Ibis: a species on the brink. RSPB Cons. Rev. 9: 76-79. (RSPB, The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2DL, UK)

Describes research programme to halt decline of Waldrapp Geronticus eremita.




Craig A. & Hulley P. 1996. Hybrid bulbuls. Bee Eater 47: 40-41. (No address given)

Some follow-up notes to earlier reports on Pycnonotus hybrids.


Dupain J., van Krunkelsven E. & van Elsacker L. 1996. Recent observations of the Congo Peacock Afropavo congensis in the Equateur Province, Zaire. Ostrich 67: 94-95. (Antwerp Univ., Dept. Biol., Universiteitsplein 1, B-2610 Wilrijk, Belgium)

Reports on 12 encounters 1994-1996 in the northwestern part of range.


Gargett V. & Gargett E. 1997. The 'normal' density and behaviour of Black Eagles. Honeyguide 43: 145-146. (12 Charles Veale Drive, West Beach, SA 5024, Australia)

There is no norm, only relative to prevailing conditions. See Hustler (1995 Honeyguide 41: 222-228)


Hartley R.R. 1997. Breeding condition, moult and hunting of Double-banded Sandgrouse from Mphoengs. Honeyguide 43: 80-82. (Zimbabwe Falconers' Club, Falcon College, Esigodini, Zimbabwe)

From 29 male and 17 female Pterocles licinctus shot in Oct 1996.

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