The March 2013 Issue of Emu is out now. Read summaries of the papers inside the latest issue with useful links to an electronic copy of each article from our downloads section below. Subscribe to Emu to receive your copy.
Emu - Austral Ornithology has been the flagship of BirdLife Australia for over a century. It is the premier journal for research and reviews on ornithological studies relating to the Southern Hemisphere and adjacent tropics.
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