One of the three degrees of rarity drawn up by the International Union for the Conservation of Natural Resources. All plants and animals in these categories need special protection. Endangered species are those species in danger of extinction unless steps are taken to change the cause of threat and decline. (Source: BRACK)



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2017. Black Harrier Research.
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Kolberg H 2017. Status assessment of Namibia's vultures. Lanioturdus 50 (1) 9-17
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Status assessment of Namibias vultures.pdf 1.52 MB
Kemper J, Simmons RE 2015. Cape Cormorant: Phalacrocorax capensis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 158-160
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Cape_Cormorant_2015.pdf 473.76 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Saddle-Billed Stork: Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 179-180
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saddlebilled_stork.zip 119.15 KB
Saddle-billed_Stork_2015.pdf 458.21 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Black Stork: Ciconia nigra. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 176-178
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black_stork.zip 239.69 KB
Black_Stork_2015.pdf 622.3 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Martial Eagle: Polemaetus bellicosus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 135-137
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martial_eagle.zip 105.74 KB
Martial_Eagle_2015.pdf 552.1 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Booted Eagle: Aquila pennatus (Hieraaetus pennatus). Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 133-134
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Booted_Eagle_2015.pdf 441.55 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Tawny Eagle: Aquila rapax. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 127-129
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tawny_eagle.zip 117.95 KB
Tawny_Eagle_2015.pdf 508.84 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Black Harrier: Circus maurus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 123-124
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black_harrier.zip 90.21 KB
Black_Harrier_2015.pdf 450.78 KB
Simmons RE 2015. African Marsh-Harrier: Circus ranivorus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 120-122
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African_Marsh-Harrier_2015.pdf 512.39 KB
Simmons RE, Brown CJ 2015. Bataleur: Terathopius ecaudatus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 117-119
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bateleur.zip 114.4 KB
Bateleur_2015.pdf 489.87 KB
Brown CJ, Simmons RE 2015. White-Backed Vulture: Gyps africanus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 102-105
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Brown CJ, Simmons RE 2015. Hooded Vulture: Necrosyrtes monachus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 100-101
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Hooded_Vulture Necrosyrtes monachus.pdf 478.83 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Rock Pratincole: Glareola nuchalis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 81-82
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Rock_Pratincole_2015.pdf 441.99 KB
Simmons RE 2015. African Finfoot: Podica senegalensis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 67-68
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african_finfoot.zip 105.66 KB
African_Finfoot_2015.pdf 488.69 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Wattled Crane: Grus carunculata. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 64-66
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wattled_crane.zip 122.56 KB
Wattled_Crane_2015.pdf 486.96 KB
Scott HA, Shaw JM, Pallett JR 2015. Ludwig's Bustard: Neotis ludwigii. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 52-54
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Simmons RE 2015. Violet Wood-Hoopoe: Phoeniculus damarensis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 40-41
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violet_woodhoopoe.zip 90.96 KB
Violet_Wood-Hoopoe_2015.pdf 450.92 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Southern Ground-Hornbill: Bucorvus leadbeateri. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 38-39
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Simmons RE 2015. Yellow-Billed Oxpecker: Buphagus africanus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 212-214
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yellowbilled_oxpecker.zip 112.13 KB
Yellow-billed_Oxpecker_2015.pdf 553.88 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Cinderella Waxbill: Estrilda thomensis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 215-216
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cinderella_waxbill.zip 6.29 KB
Cinderella_Waxbill_2015.pdf 443.41 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Rufous-bellied Heron: Ardeola rufiventris. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 163-164
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rufousbellied_heron.zip 107.91 KB
Rufous-bellied_Heron_2015.pdf 479.36 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Slaty Egret: Egretta vinaceigula. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 161-162
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slaty_egret.zip 119.1 KB
Slaty_Egret_2015.pdf 445.84 KB
Roux J-P, Kemper J 2015. Bank Cormorant: Phalacrocorax neglectus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 155-157
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bank_cormorant.zip 140.26 KB
Bank_Cormorant_2015.pdf 501 KB
Boyer D, Boyer H, Simmons RE 2015. Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross: Thalassarche chlororhynchos. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 196-198
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Atlantic_Yellow-nosed_Albatross_2015.pdf 454.95 KB
Simmons RE, Brown CJ, Kemper J 2015. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species.
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Birds to watch in Namibia 2015.pdf 75.37 MB
Boyer D, Boyer H, Simmons RE 2015. Black-browed Albatross: Thalassarche melanophris. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 193-195
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Simmons RE 2015. Black-Necked Grebe: Podiceps nigricollis. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 147-148
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blacknecked_grebe.zip 111.43 KB
Black-necked_Grebe_2015.pdf 471.46 KB
Simmons RE 2015. Great Crested Grebe: Podiceps cristatus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 145-146
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great_crested_grebe.zip 89.36 KB
Great_Crested_Grebe_2015.pdf 423.66 KB
Kemper J 2015. African Penguin (Jackass Penguin): Spheniscus demersus. Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species 183-185
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african_penguin.zip 25.53 KB
African_Penguin_2015.pdf 445.17 KB
Wolter K, Whittington-Jones C, West S 2007. Status of Cape Vultures (Gyps coprotheres) in the Magaliesberg, South Africa. Vulture News 57 24-31
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Status of Cape Vultures in the Magaliesberg_2007.pdf 91.72 KB
Naidoo V, Wolter K, Cuthbert R, Duncan R 2009. Veterinary diclofenac threatens Africa's endangered vulture species. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 53 205-208
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Veterinary diclofenac threatens Africas endangered vulture species.pdf 213.33 KB
Naidoo V, Wolter K, Espie I, Kotze A 2011.  A Vulture rescue and rehabilitation in South Africa: an urban perspective. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 82 (1) 24-31
Naidoo V, Wolter K, Espie I, Kotze A 2012. Lead toxicity: consequences and interventions in an intensively managed (Gyps coprotheres) vulture colony. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 43 (3) 573-578
Wolter K, Mundy P, Dube M 2013. Short communications, notes and reports: Incubation patch on a male Cape Griffon. Vulture News 65 37-39
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Incubation patch on a male Cape Griffon.pdf 162.66 KB
Wolter K, Neser W, Hirschauer MT, Camina A 2016. Cape Vulture Gyps coprotheres breeding status in southern Africa: monitoring results from 2010–2014. Ostrich DOI: 10.2989/00306525.2016.1179689
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Cape Vulture Gyps coprotheres breeding status in southern Africa.pdf 546.86 KB
Kane A, Wolter K, Neser W, Kotze A, Naidoo V, Monadjem A 2016. Home range and habitat selection of Cape Vultures Gyps coprotheres in relation to supplementary feeding. Bird Study DOI: 10.1080/00063657.2016.1214105
2015. Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar: Looking Toward the Future. Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar 2015 - "Looking Towards the Future"
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Smith K, Webster K 2015. Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar 2015 - "Looking Towards the Future". Proceedings of the Vulture Seminar 2015 - "Looking Towards the Future". October 26th to 28th, 2015
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Ludynia K, Jones R, Kemper J, Garthe S, Underhill LG 2010. Foraging behaviour of bank cormorants in Namibia: Implications for conservation. Endangered Species Research 12 (1)
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Foraging behaviour of bank cormorants in Namibia.pdf 756.04 KB
2005. Raptors Namibia Action Plan - Raptors under pressure. Lanioturdus 38 (3-4) 54-55
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Raptors Namibia Action Plan_Raptors under pressure.pdf 218.46 KB
Bridgeford P, Bridgeford M 2005. Status of vultures in Namibia. Lanioturdus 38 (3-4) 1-7
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Status of vultures in Namibia.pdf 354.07 KB
Kolberg H 1982. Kurzmeldung. Mitteilungen Ornitologische Arbeitsgruppe SWA Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft 18 (7) 8
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