About the Journal
Afrotropical Bird Biology (ABB) is a free, open-access, online journal for articles that describe aspects of the natural and cultural history of birds in the Afrotropical region, including its offshore islands. These include, but are not restricted to, identification features, sounds, distribution and demography, movements, habitats, diseases and parasites, general habits, foraging and food, breeding, interactions with humans, human cultural beliefs and practices as they pertain to birds, moult and biometrics of birds. ABB publishes original contributions focused on presenting information about the natural history of Afrotropical birds. This includes short communications (<2 500 words, including references) and data papers. All contributions will be reviewed by at least one editor and external, independent referees may also be employed at the discretion of the editors.