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The African gangs of Alice Springs

The African gangs of Alice Springs

Other African gang members have snuck into the health care system, working at the local hospital as nurses and also as disability and mobility support workers, at the Aboriginal aged care centre and at local Aboriginal hostels. Taxi and bus drivers, university and TAFE students, checkout chicks and guys, pizza shop owners, cleaners and receptionists at the local casino, bank tellers, senior public servants, business operators and real estate agents. The list goes on.

“Birds in culture and context—Ethnoornithology in application and theory”—abstracts from an ethnoornithology symposium, 2007

“Birds in culture and context—Ethnoornithology in application and theory”—abstracts from an ethnoornithology symposium, 2007

Following are the abstracts of papers and posters presented at the recent Ethnoornithology Symposium, entitled “Birds in culture and context – Ethnoornithology in application and theory“, held during the 30th Society of Ethnobiology conference at the University of  California, Berkeley from 28 to 31st March 2007. It was a great day, with a quantity and quality of papers […]

Not fair? UK rejects visa for Ugandan bird guide to attend Bird Fair 2015

Not fair? UK rejects visa for Ugandan bird guide to attend Bird Fair 2015

Herbert Byaruhanga: "No visa for my UK trip to attend the British Birdwatching Fair. I have been to UK many times. I have no interest of staying in UK. I was going for less than 7 days. UTB made it clear to them that I am a bird guide who will be at the Uganda Stand and will make a talk about Birding in Uganda."

The Many Faces of Ethnoornithology at the 38th Society of Ethnobiology meeting

The Many Faces of Ethnoornithology at the 38th Society of Ethnobiology meeting

Here I present the abstracts from the ethnoornithology session at the 38th annual Society of Ethnobiology meeting at the University of California Santa Barbara campus last week titled "What Do Birds Tell Us? How Ethno-ornithology Opens Doors to Understanding Relationships with Others."

Ethnoornithology at Montpelier – Birds and People: Research From Four continents – CISE 2012

Ethnoornithology at Montpelier – Birds and People: Research From Four continents – CISE 2012

A look at some of the work being undertaken across the globe by researchers and indigenous people with an interest in birds, people, cultures and the land and environments that they share - from the 13th International Society of Ethnobiology Congress at Montpelier, France in May 2012.

Bruce Davidson and the myth of a northern food bowl

Bruce Davidson and the myth of a northern food bowl

‘Dr Davidson's’ lectures combined a sweep of history and a breadth of disciplines with a fund of anecdotes and not a little eccentricity.

Bird of the Week: Fischer’s Turaco (Tauraco fischeri)

Bird of the Week: Fischer’s Turaco (Tauraco fischeri)

The population of this beautiful mid-sized forest-dweller, Fischer’s Turaco (Tauraco fischeri) is of near to threatened status and is found in coastal and riverine forest and woodlands in Kenya, north-eastern Tanzania and southern Somalia along the east African coast.

Barbeque of the week – Armadillo Veracruz style

Barbeque of the week – Armadillo Veracruz style

Armadillos make common roadkill due to their habit of jumping to about fender height when startled - such as by an oncoming car.