Anon 1998. 1997 species records. Zambian Bird Rep. 1997: 59-144. (Zambian Orn. Soc., PO Box 33944, Lusaka 10101, Zambia; email@example.com)
Records of various species of interest on lines of many others, eg migratory species, breeding records, high counts, abnormalities, species with restricted distribution in Zambia or of conservation concern.
Bishop D.R. & Tyler S.J. 1998. The birds of Phakalane Sewage lagoons, near Gaborone. Babbler 34: 8-19. (18 Lancaster Rd, Maybush, Southampton SO16 5DP, UK)
Full description of wetland, the main interest being numbers and diversity of waders, wildfowl and other waterbirds. Annotated species list included.
Brewster C.A. & Major S.M. (compilers) 1998. Report from Records Subcommittee. Babbler 34: 44-46. (Botswana Bird Club, PO Box 71, Gaborone, Botswana)
List of accepted records of Category A species.
Brewster C.A. & Major S.M. (compilers) 1999. Report from the Records Subcommittee. Category A records. Babbler 35: 36-37. (Botswana Bird Club, PO Box 71, Gaborone, Botswana)
23 records accepted.
Brewster C.A. & Tyler S.J. 1999. Summary of Category B records. Babbler 35: 38-39. (Botswana Bird Club, PO Box 71, Gaborone, Botswana)
Summaries of a variety of species for 1998.
Brown D. 1999. ECWBS Rarities Committee second report. Bee Eater 50: 24-28. (No address given)
1996-1998 report listing accepted records and those not reported.
Dowsett R.J., Aspinwall D.R. & Leonard P.M. 1999. Further additions to the avifauna of Zambia. Bull. Br. Orn. Club 119: 94-103. (12 rue des Lavandes, F-34190 Ganges, France: Dowsett@aol.com)
Details of 24 species added to list since 1978 till Nov 1995.
Dowsett R.J., Christy P. & Germain M. 1999. Additions and corrections to the avifauna of Central African Republic. Malimbus 21: 1-15. (12 rue des Lavandes, F-34190 Ganges, France: Dowsett@aol.com)
44 species added following exploration of Ngotto area in south. 54 species deleted from total – explanations given.
Dowsett-Lemaire F. & Dowsett R.J. 1999. Birds of the Parque Nacional de Monte Alen, mainland Equatorial Guinea, with an updating of the country’s list. Alauda 67: 179-188. (12 rue des Lavandes, F-34190 Ganges, France; Dowsett@aol.com)
248 species recorded in 19 day visit to isolated medium-altitude forest national park. 72 of these new to country and it is an important site as a link between Cameroon mountains and those to the north.
Graham J. 1997. CBC rare birds. Promerops 231: 6-7. (No address given)
11 records of 8 species accepted by Cape Bird Club.
Hartley R. 1998. Additional species for the Bvumba Highlands. Honeyguide 44: 96-97. (Zimbabwe Falconers’ Club, Falcon College, Esigodini, Zimbabwe)
Notes on several species for area added to list in Honeyguide (40, Suppl.1)
Hazevoet C.J. 1999. Notes on birds from the Cape Verde Islands in the collection of the Centro de Zoologia, Lisbon, with comments on taxonomy and distribution. Bull. Br. Orn. Club 119: 25-31. (Mus.e Lab. Zool. e Anthropol. (Museo Bocage), Rue la Escola Politecnica 58, 1250 Lisboa, Portugal)
Notes on the 400 specimen collection now available since the author’s BOU checklist. Corrects some errors.
Hockey P.A.R. & Rarities Committee 1998. Rare birds in South Africa 1997. Eleventh report of the BirdLife South Africa Rarities Committee. Africa: Birds & Birding 3(5): 66-69. (No address given)
Notes on records of 26 species accepted including one new for the African continent, Buller’s Albatross Diomedea bulleri.
Kopij G. 1998. An annotated checklist of the birds of Franklin Game Reserve, Bloemfontein. Mirafra 15: 21-27. (Dept. Zool. & Ent., Univ. Free State, PO Box 339, Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa)
89 species 1987-1997, 55 breeding or probably breeding in 193ha reserve in middle of city.
Kopij G. 1999. Birds of Wolhuterskop Nature Reserve, Bethlehem, South Africa. Mirafra 16: 15-21. (Dept. Zool. & Ent., Univ. Free State, PO Box 339, Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa)
Annotated list of 104 species for 800ha reserve in surveys Sept-Oct 1996.
Lack P.C., Baker N.E. & Baker E.M. 1999. Checklist: Birds of Mkomazi. Pp 445-454 in Coe M.J., McWilliam N.C., Stone G.N. & Packer M.J. (eds) Mkomazi: the Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation of a Tanzanian Savanna. Royal Geogr. Soc. (with IBG), London. (British Trust for Ornithology, The Nunnery, Thetford, Norfolk IP24 2PU, UK; firstname.lastname@example.org)
List with brief annotations of 400 species recorded in savanna game reserve of NE Tanzania including 6 new for Tanzania.
Leonard P.M. 1998. Recent changes to Zambian list. Zambia Bird Rep. 1997: 30. (Kafue Fisheries, Box 37940, Lusaka, Zambia; email@example.com)
3 added, 2 deleted since 1997 published checklist.
Massa B. 1999. New and lesser known birds from Libya. Bull. Br. Orn. Club 119: 129-133. (Inst. di Entom. Agraria, V. le delle Scienze 13, 90128 Palermo, Italy)
Notable records of 24 species (of total of 89 seen) in Apr 1998 in coastal Libya.
Schifter H. & Schifter T. 1998. [Breeding and migrating birds on Fuerteventura, 1992-1994.] [German, English abstract] Bonn. Zool. Beitr. 48: 179-203. (Nat. Mus. Wien, Erste Zool. Abt., Vogelsammung, Postfach 417, A-1014 Wien, Austria)
67 species noted in 3 spring trips of 3 weeks. 21 species confirmed breeding and several rare visitors seen. Notes on systematics of breeding birds and a few notes from Lanzarote included.
Scholte P., de Kort S. & van Weerd M. 1999. The birds of Waza-Logone area, Far-North Province, Cameroon. Malimbus 21:16-50. (Cent. Env. Sci., PO Box 9518, 2300 RA Leiden, Netherlands)
379 species listed, 11 new for Cameroon. Wide variety of habitats available although dam construction has reduced waterfowl diversity. Recent efforts have been made to rehabilitate hydrology.
Skerrett A. 1999. Birds of Aldabra. Bull. ABC 6: 42-47. (Hazeley Brook, Keele Rd, Keele, Staffs ST5 5AL, UK)
Some notes on the birds and conservation of this remote Indian Ocean island.
Waltert M. & Mühlenberg M. 1999. Notes on the avifauna of the Noyau Central, Forêt Classée de la Lama, Republic of Benin. Malimbus 21: 82-92. (Zentrum fur Nat. (Abt.1), Univ. Göttingen, Von-Siebold-Str 2, 37075 Göttingen, Germany)
106 species listed including 15 new for Benin in 4500ha area.
Waltert M., Yaokokore-Beibro K.H., Mühlenberg M. & Waitkuwait W.E. 1999. Preliminary check-list of the birds of the Bossematié area, Ivory Coast. Malimbus 21: 93-109. (Zentrum fur Nat. (Abt.1), Univ. Göttingen, Von-Siebold-Str 2, 37075 Göttingen, Germany)
235 species listed as seen in 13 months including 5 of Conservation Concern and 1 new for country (Marsh Owl Asio capensis) in area of SE Ivory Coast which is mainly heavily logged forest and farmland.