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Our Blue Cranes are in trouble - Oshiwambo.

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Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J 2015. Namibia's endangered and threatened birds. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015 Poster9.75 mb pdf
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African Conservation Services cc. 2015. Social and Environmental Impact Assessment for Rössing Uranium's Proposed Desalination Plant near Swakopmund: Baseline Report: Bird assessment - Additional study: Monitoring of Damara Terns at Mile 4 Salt Works, summer 2014/2015
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2015 Report1.36 mb pdf
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Oonakaunga vetu Vatwǀm'eulu, ove li moupyakadi!
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2016 Poster874 kb jpg
WANTED: Sightings of Blue Cranes
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Scott, A. and Scott, M. 2018. Etosha's elusive blue cranes. Travel News Namibia, Autumn 2018: 71
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2018 Report1.49 mb pdf
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Scott, A., Scott, M., Altwegg, R., Böhme, H., Brain, C., Gariseb, S., Guim, S., Kapner, J., Kolberg, H., Mendelsohn J., Shatumbu, G., Simmons, R., Versfeld, W. and Vilho, A. 2019. Conservation aspects of the Blue Crane in Namibia. Etosha Symposium, June 2019
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2019 Presentation1.73 mb pdf
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Monadjem, A., Anderson, M.D., Piper, S.E. and Boshoff, A.F. (Eds). 2004. Vultures in The Vultures of Southern Africa - Quo Vadis?. Proceedings of a workshop on vulture research and conservation in southern Africa. Birds of Prey Working Group, Johannesburg
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2004 Report1.32 mb pdf
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Scott, A. and Scott, M. 2013. Flamingos tracked by satellite to identify "hotspots" for conservation action. Environmental Investment Fund (EIF) Namibia: "Flight Paths for Wetland Flagships" Project
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2013 Report489 kb pdf
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Bartlewski, S. 2011. The Lesser Spotted Eagle – An extremely endangered migratory raptor. Lanioturdus, 44(1): 19-21
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2011 Journal Article215 kb pdf
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Simmons, R. 2001. Successful conservation measures for Damara Terns in Namibia. Lanioturdus, 34(1): 14-16
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2001 Journal Article227 kb pdf
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Simmons, R. 2004. Red Data Book draft. Lanioturdus, 37(2): 27-32
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2004 Journal Article459 kb pdf
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Simmons, R. 2004. Red Data Book draft. Lanioturdus, 37(3&4): 19-25
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2004 Journal Article454 kb pdf
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McCann, K.I., Shaw, K., Anderson, M.D. and Morrison, K. 2001. Techniques for determining movement patterns of Blue and Wattled Cranes in South Africa - colour-ringing versus satellite telemetry. Ostrich Supplement, 15: 104-108
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2001 Journal Article3.51 mb pdf
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Ludynia, K., Jones, R., Kemper, J., Garthe, S. and Underhill, L.G. 2010. Foraging behaviour of bank cormorants in Namibia: Implications for conservation.  Endangered Species Research, 12(1): doi: 10.3354/esr00288
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2010 Journal Article774 kb pdf
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Smith, K. and Webster, K. 2015. Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar 2015 - "Looking Towards the Future". October 26th to 28th, 2015, VulPro NPO, North West Province, South Africa
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2015 Report831 kb pdf
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van Velden, J.L., Smith, T. and Ryan, P.G. 2016. Cranes and crops: Investigating farmer tolerances toward crop damage by threatened Blue Cranes (Anthropoides paradiseus) in the Western Cape, South Africa. Environmental Management, 58(6): 972–983
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2016 Journal Article
Kemper, J. 2015. African Penguin (Jackass Penguin): Spheniscus demersus. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 183-185. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet455 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Great Crested Grebe: Podiceps cristatus. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 145-146. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet433 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Black-Necked Grebe: Podiceps nigricollis. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 147-148. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet482 kb pdf
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Kemper,J. 2015. Tristan Albatross: Diomedea dabbenena. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 188-189. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet439 kb pdf
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Boyer, D., Boyer, H. and Simmons, R.E. 2015. Black-browed Albatross: Thalassarche melanophris. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 193-195. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet523 kb pdf
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Kemper, J. 2015. Cape Gannet: Morus capensis. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 149-151. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet538 kb pdf
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Roux, J-P. and Kemper, J. 2015. Bank Cormorant: Phalacrocorax neglectus. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 155-157. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet513 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Slaty Egret: Egretta vinaceigula. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 161-162. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet456 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Rufous-bellied Heron: Ardeola rufiventris. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 163-164. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet490 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Southern Ground-Hornbill: Bucorvus leadbeateri. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 38-39. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet499 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Violet Wood-Hoopoe: Phoeniculus damarensis. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 40-41. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet461 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Pel's Fishing-Owl: Scotopelia peli. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 50-51. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet462 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Grey Crowned Crane (Crowned Crane): Balearica regulorum. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 58-59. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet430 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Blue Crane: Grus paradisea (Anthropoides paradiseus). In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 60-63. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet453 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Wattled Crane: Grus carunculata. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 64-66. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet498 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. African Finfoot: Podica senegalensis. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 67-68. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet500 kb pdf
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Brown, C.J. and Simmons, R.E. 2015. Hooded Vulture: Necrosyrtes monachus. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 100-101. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet490 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. and Brown, C.J. 2015. Bataleur: Terathopius ecaudatus. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 117-119. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet501 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. African Marsh-Harrier: Circus ranivorus. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 120-122. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet524 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Black Harrier: Circus maurus. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 123-124. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet461 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Tawny Eagle: Aquila rapax. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 127-129. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet521 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Black Stork: Ciconia nigra. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 176-178. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet637 kb pdf
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Simmons, R.E. 2015. Saddle-Billed Stork: Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 179-180. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet469 kb pdf
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Kemper, J. and Simmons, R.E. 2015. Cape Cormorant: Phalacrocorax capensis. In: Simmons, R.E., Brown, C.J. and Kemper, J. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species. Pp 158-160. Ministry of Environment and Tourism and Namibia Nature Foundation, Windhoek
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2015Birds to watch in NamibiaBook, Book Section, Booklet485 kb pdf
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Black Harrier Research, Newsletter No. 1, April 2017
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2017 Report1.59 mb pdf
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Louis Phipps, W.L., Diekmann, M., MacTavish, L.M., Mendelsohn, J.M., Naidoo, V., Wolter, K. and Yarnell, R.W. 2017. Due South: A first assessment of the potential impacts of climate change on Cape vulture occurrence. Biological Conservation, 210: 16–25
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2017 Journal Article662 kb pdf
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Fakarayi, T., Mashapa, C., Gandiwa, E. and Kativu, S. 2016. Varying Land-Use Has an Influence on Wattled and Grey Crowned Cranes’ Abundance and Distribution in Driefontein Grasslands Important Bird Area, Zimbabwe. PLoS ONE, 11(11): e0166209. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0166209
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2016 Journal Article1.06 mb pdf
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Botha, A.J., Andevski, J., Bowden, C.G.R., Gudka, M., Safford, R.J., Tavares, J. and Williams, N.P. 2017. CMS Multi-species Action Plan to conserve African-Eurasian Vultures. Coordinating Unit of UNEP/Raptors MoU, Abu Dhabi
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2017 Report8.82 mb pdf
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Robertson, A.S. 1986. Notes on the breeding cycle of Cape Vultures (Gyps coprotheres). Raptor Research, 20(2): 51-60
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1986 Journal Article1.08 mb pdf
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Oschadleus, H.D. 2016. Nesting associations between vultures and weavers. Vulture News, 70: 3-21
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2016 Journal Article275 kb pdf
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Konrad, P.M. 1981. Status and ecology of the Wattled Crane in Africa. Crane research around the world: proceedings of the International Crane Symposium at Sapporo, Japan
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1981 Report1.7 mb pdf
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Murn, C., Mundy, P., Virani, M.Z., Borello, W.D., Holloway, G.J. and Thiollay, J-M. 2016. Using Africa's protected area network to estimate the global population of a threatened and declining species: a case study of the Critically Endangered White-headed Vulture Trigonoceps occipitalis. Ecology and Evolution, 6(4): 1092–1103
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2016 Journal Article699 kb pdf
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April 2017 crane census. Namibia Crane News, 56: 1-3
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2017 Report963 kb pdf
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Namibia Crane Working Group. 2004. Namibia Crane News 6, December 2004
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2004 Report799 kb pdf
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