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References

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AFRICAN PARKS. 2018. https://www.africanparks.org/the-parks/akagera Accessed 12 November 2018

ANDERSON, J. (2012) First records of Green-backed Eremomela Eremomela canescens and Amethyst Sunbird Chalcomitra amethystina for Rwanda. ABC Bulletin 19(1) pp 73-74.

ANDERSON, J. (2012) Fiery-necked Nightjar Caprimulgus pectoralis and Black-shouldered Nightjar C. nigriscapularis in Rwanda. ABC Bulletin 19(2) pp 194-199.

BirdLife International (2000) Threatened Birds of the World. Barcelona and Cambridge, UK: Lynx Edicions and BirdLife International.

BYARUHANGA, A.and ØSTERGAARD, K. (2008) First records of Dimorphic Egronline.ets Egretta dimorpha for Uganda and Rwanda. ABC Bulletin 15(2) pp 253-254.

CLEMENTS, J. F., T. S. SCHULENBERG, M. J. ILIFF, D. ROBERSON, T. A. FREDERICKS, B. L. SULLIVAN, AND C. L. WOOD. 2018. The eBird/Clements checklist of birds of the world: v2018. Downloaded from http://www.birds.cornell.edu/clementschecklist/download/ Retrieved 12 November 2018.

COHEN, C., RYAN, P., CLAASEN, M. and NTOYINKA Cl. (2010) Birding Rwanda - in search of Red-collared Babbler Kupeornis rufocinctus, Albertine Rift endemics and more. ABC Bulletin 17(2) pp 229-237. You can read this online.

DOWSETT, R.J. editor (1990) Survey of the Fauna and Flora of Nyungwe Forest, Rwanda. Tauraco Research Report No.3. Download this paper*. Please note that this paper is 11 mb and may take some minutes to download depending on your connection speed. Please contact the websmaster if you are having problems downloading the file.

GATALI, C. and WALLIN, K. 2015. Bird diversity in the savannah habitats of Akagera National Park, Rwanda, in the post-war recovery period. Ostrich 83: 267–276. 

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HOGG, J. (2017) First Records of Eastern Paradise Whydah Vidua paradisaea for Rwanda. ABC Bulletin 24(2) pp 219-220.

HOGG, J.W.T. and VANDE WEGHE. G.R. (2017): A response to Gatali and Wallin (2015) Bird diversity in the savanna habitats of Akagera National Park, Rwanda, in the post- war recovery period, Ostrich, DOI: 10.2989/00306525.2017.1290704 

KANYAMIBWA, S. Rwanda chapter pp 703-710 in FISHPOOL, L.D.C. and EVANS M.I. editors (2001) Important Bird Areas in Africa and Associated Islands: Priority sites for conservation. Newbury and Cambridge, UK. Pisces Publications and BirdLife International (BirdLife Conservation Series No.11).

MILLS, M.S.L., MSIMANGA, A., REYGEL, A. and LOUETTE, M. (2016) Kungwe Apalis Apalis [rufogularis] argentea: A Summary. ABC Bulletin 23(2) pp176 – 184. You can read the abstract online.

PLUMTRE, A.J., MASOZERA, M., FASHING, P.J., MCNEILAGE, A., EWANGO, C., KAPLIN, B.A. and LIENGOLA, I. (2002) Working Paper no. 18: Biodiversity surveys of the Nyungwe Forest Reserve in S.W. Rwanda. Wildlife Conservation Society.

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VANDE WEGHE, J.P. and VANDE WEGHE, G.R. 2011. Birds in Rwanda: An Atlas and Handbook. Rwanda Development Board. Kigali, Rwanda

VANDE WEGHE, G.R. (2018). Birds of Rwanda, A Checklist. Retrieved 7 November 2018

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