Seabird Publications

Marine Ornithology

Marine Ornithology is supported and published biannually by the African Seabird Group, the Pacific Seabird Group (PSG), the Australasian Seabird Group, the Seabird Group (U.K.), the Dutch Seabird Group, and the Japan Seabird Group.



The Seabird Group produce an annual colour journal Seabird, containing papers and short communications on seabird biology, conservation, identification and status. The geographical focus of the journal is the Atlantic Ocean and adjacent seas, but contributions of general interest are also welcome from other parts of the world.

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Atlantic Seabirds

Atlantic Seabirds was the official joint journal of the Seabird Group and Dutch Seabird Group (Nederlandse Zeevogelgroep, NZG). It was a continuance of their respective journals, Seabird (following no. 20, 1998) and Sula (following vol. 12 no. 4, 1998). Unfortunately, over the years, production of Atlantic Seabirds fell behind schedule. After discussion between the two groups and their members, it was decided to discontinue the joint publication, and the last issue of Atlantic Seabirds (Vol 8,3) was published in early 2008.


Pacific Seabirds

Pacific Seabirds is the official publication of the Pacific Seabird Group (PSG). Published in the spring and fall, content includes news of interest to PSG members, reports of regional seabird research, technical articles and reviews, a forum for the expression of views, conservation news, abstracts of papers presented at the meetings, book reviews, and artwork inspired by seabirds, and other marine-related topics.



"Waterbirds is an international scientific journal, published four times a year, specializing in the biology, status, ecology, management and conservation of all waterbird species living in marine, estuarine and freshwater habitats. Waterbirds welcomes submission of scientific articles and notes containing the results of original studies worldwide, unsolicited critical commentary and reviews of appropriate topics."

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