Range changes among bird species in the far Northern Cape
Ornithologically, the Northern Cape is the most poorly known part of South Africa. This paper provides insights into how the ranges of bird species have changed in a study area in the far Northern Cape in the two-decade interval between the First and Second Bird Atlas Projects in Southern Africa (SABAP1 and SABAP2).
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