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By: TB Oatley, HD Oschadleus, RA Navarro and LG Underhill
63 pages, Line illus, tabs, maps
Celebrates some of the results of 50 years of bird ringing in Southern Africa. The review examines the data sets for 41 raptor species in the SAFRING databank, including vultures, diurnal raptors and owls. Each species is discussed in a text written by Terry Oatley and most are accompanied by striking ringing-to-recovery maps of three scales for Southern African, sub-Saharan Africa and Africa-Eurasia, showing the direction, distance covered and age ringed for selected recoveries.
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