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Gill, B. J. (2007). Bird collections made by the Cheeseman family: a record of the avifauna of Auckland, New Zealand, in the late 19th century. Notornis, 54(4), 189-196.
Gill, B. J., & Turbott, E. G.. (1984). Fourth record of a Bam Owl in New Zealand with comments on long-distance aircraft as a possible means of dispersal. Notornis, 31(2), 177-179.
Gill, B. J. (1995). Notes on the birds of Wallis and Futuna, South-west Pacific. Notornis, 42(1), 17-22.
Gill, R. (2000). The Bar-tailed Godwit primer: Alaska to New Zealand. Southern Bird, 4(Dec), 5-5.
Gill, B. J., & Hauber, M. E.. (2013). Distribution and age-specific plumage states of the long-tailed cuckoo (Eudynamys taitensis). Notornis, 60(2), 158-170.
Gill, B. J., & West, R. C.. (2016). Counts of waterbirds at Western Springs Lake, Auckland, New Zealand. Notornis, 63(3-4), 142-151.
Gill, B. J. (1982). Notes on the Shining Cuckoo ( Chrysococcyx lucidus ) in New Zealand. Notornis, 29(3), 215-227.
Gill, B. J., & Driessen, J.. (1993). Common Noddy Anous stolidus at Muriwai Beach. Notornis, 40(1), 43-44.
Gill, B. J., & Turbott, E. G.. (1984). Fourth record of a Barn Owl in New Zealand with comments on long distance aircraft as a possible means of dispersal. Notornis, 31(2), 177-179.
Gill, B. J. (1987). Notes on the birds, reptiles and mammals of Tongatapu and 'Eua (Tonga). Notornis, 34(3), 217-223.
Gill, B. J., & Veitch, C. R.. (1990). Measurements of bush birds on Little Barrier Island, New Zealand. Notornis, 37(2), 141-145.
Gill, B. J. (1995). The Taxonomy and Species of Birds of Australia and its Territories. Notornis, 42(3), 216-217.
Gibson, J. D. (1967). The Wandering Albatross ( Diomedea exulans ): results of banding and observations in New South Wales coastal waters and the Tasman Sea. Notornis, 14(2), 47-57.
Gibson, J. D. (1975). Streaked Shearwaters ( Calonectris leucomelas ) in the Coral Sea. Notornis, 22(2), 176-157.
Gibbs, G. W., & Darby, J.. (2004). Review of Flight of the huia: Ecology and conservation of New Zealand's frogs, reptiles, birds and mammals by K-J. Wilson. Notornis, 51(4), 247-248.