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Armitage, I., & Batcheler, R.. (2004). Moa - The Dramatic Story of the Discovery of a Giant Bird; Paradise: New Zealand's Natural Soundscape; Whose Bird? Men and Women commemorated in the Common Names of Birds. Southern Bird, 18(Jun), 13-13.
Baling, M., Brunton, D. H., & Jeffries, D.. (2008). Marine and coastal bird survey of islands in the Southern Lagoon, New Caledonia. Notornis, 55(2), 111-113.
Barlow, M. (1998). Movements of Caspian Terns ( Sterna caspia ) from a colony near Invercargill, New Zealand, and some notes on their behaviour. Notornis, 45(3), 193-219.
Battley, P. F., Melville, D. S., & Schuckard, R.. (2005). Movements of Arctic-breeding waders in New Zealand: the first year's results. Notornis, 52(3), 173-178.
Beauchamp, A. J. (2017). Multiple young shining cuckoos (Chrysococcyx lucidus) being fed by single grey warbler (Gerygone igata) pairs. Notornis, 64(2), 102-105.
Bell, B. (2004). Moult recording scheme: Wellington records dominate the 2003-04 year. Southern Bird, 19(Sep), 5-5.
Bell, B. D. (2008). Mutualistic and opportunistic foraging by red-billed gull (Larus novaehollandiae) around Hooker's sea lion (Phocarctos hookeri). Notornis, 55(4), 224-225.
Bell, B. D. (2017). Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) eating California quail (Callipepla californica) chick. Notornis, 64(1), 34-35.
Bridgman, H. A., & Maddock, M.. (1994). Meteorological conditions and Cattle Egret migration: an update. Notornis, 41(3), 189-204.
Brown, B., & Lawrie, D. A.. (1979). Masked (Blue-faced) Boobies in the Firth of Thames. Notornis, 26(3), 304-305.
Bull, P. C. (1942). Movements of Red-billed Gulls in the Auckland district. Reports and Bulletins, 3(1), 59-62.
Bull, P. C., & Dawson, D. G.. (1969). Mortality and survival of birds during an unseasonable snow-storm in South Canterbury, November 1967. Notornis, 16(3), 172-179.
Chambers, G. K., & Boon, W. M.. (2005). Molecular systematics of Macquarie Island and Reischek's parakeets. Notornis, 52(4), 249-250.
Crouchley, G., & Crouchley, D.. (1979). Multiple clutches by Welcome Swallows in the Wairarapa. Notornis, 26(3), 309-310.