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Acta Ornithologica

Acta Ornithologica, published by the Museum and Institute of Zoology at the Polish Academy of Sciences, has been in publication since 1933 and covers all fields of ornithology.


Ardea, published by the Netherlands Ornithologists' Union, has been in publication since 1912. The journal focuses on new findings in ornithology, in particular those covering the ecology, life history, and evolution of birds.


Ardeola: International Journal of Ornithology is the scientific journal of SEO/BirdLife, the Spanish Ornithological Society. It features research on all aspects of ornithology from all geographic regions, such as basic biology, ecology, behavior, and conservation and biogeography.

Avian Diseases

Avian Diseases contains full papers, research notes and case reports related to avian diseases. Though most papers focus on poultry-related diseases, research on diseases of pet and wild birds are also included.

Avian Diseases Digest

Avian Diseases Digest was published by the American Association of Avian Pathologists through 2012. The Digest published short-form articles and case reports regarding avian diseases specific to poultry health. It has ceased publication.

Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club
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Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club has been in publication since the club’s founding in 1892. It contains research on all major aspects of ornithology, particularly on new species, or regions whose avifauna are incompletely known.

Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery

Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery is focused on the medicine and surgery of both captive and wild birds. It includes scientific articles, case reports, editorials, abstracts, new research, and book reviews.

Journal of Field Ornithology

Journal of Field Ornithology publishes articles that emphasize the descriptive/experimental study of birds in their natural habitats, particularly in the Neotropics. The Journal is also interested in studies involving nonprofessional ornithologists. Journal of Field Ornithology is available in BioOne Complete through the 2005 volume.

Journal of Raptor Research

The Journal of Raptor Research publishes work on the biology and conservation of diurnal and nocturnal raptors, and contains articles describing their ecology, behavior, life history, conservation, and other topics.

Ornithological Applications

Ornithological Applications publishes work on the application of scientific theory and methods to the conservation, management, and ecology of birds; as well as the application of ornithological knowledge to conservation/management policy and other issues.

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Ornithological Monographs

Ornithological Monographs was published by the American Ornithologists' Union through 2014. The Monographs included major papers and presentations too long for inclusion in the Union's journal, The Auk.

Ornithological Science

Ornithological Science, published by the Ornithological Society of Japan, includes reviews, original articles, short communications and comments covering all aspects of ornithology, with a global geographic scope.


Ornithology publishes research advancing the fundamental scientific knowledge of birds and of broad biological concepts through studies of bird species, often using innovative approaches and analyses.


Waterbirds specializes in scientific articles and notes regarding the biology, status, ecology, management and conservation of all waterbird species living in marine, estuarine, and freshwater habitats worldwide.

The Wilson Journal of Ornithology

The Wilson Journal of Ornithology is an international quarterly publication for professional and amateur ornithologists, published since 1889. Each issue consists of original, peer-reviewed research articles on bird biology and conservation, short communications describing observations of particular interest, and reviews of new books on birds.

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