2 edition of biology of Barberspan, with special reference to the avifauna found in the catalog.
biology of Barberspan, with special reference to the avifauna
P. le S. Milstein
Bibliography: p. 73-74.
|Statement||by P. le S. Milstein.|
|Series||The Ostrich : Supplement ;, no. 10|
|LC Classifications||QL692.S6 M56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||76374815|
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The increase in infrastructure and human activities in protected | Find, read and cite all the research you. Barberspan Nature Reserve is a shallow, perennial, alkaline pan connected to the Harts River in the semi-arid, summer-rainfall region of South Africa. When full, the pan covers an area of about ha, but water levels fall substantially during late winter, at which time the pan can shrink to by: 2.
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MAGDALENA REMISIEWICZ. Corresponding Author. Animal Demography Unit, Department of Zoology, University of Cape Town, RondeboschSouth Africa.
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The bird population of mopane woodland. The relationships of the avifauna of the south-west arid. J.N. GeldenhuysClassification of pans in the western Orange Free State according to vegetation structure, with reference to avifauna communities.
South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 12 (), pp. P. Milstein, S. leThe biology of Barberspan, with special reference to the avifauna. Ostrich, 10 (), pp. wetlands of River Satluj with special reference to avifauna Qazi Adnan Ahmad, Muhammad Ali, Rehana Iqbal, Farhat Jabeen, Shamsa Altaf and Aneeqa Naz Abstract The primary aim of this study was to find the avian diversity along river Satluj.
This study period ranges from about kilometer long stretch of Satluj River.Milstein P le S The biology of Barberspan, with special reference to the avifauna. Ostrich Supplement Oschadleus HD, Brooks M Report on recoveries received at SAFRING: July – June