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RE Simmons
RE Simmons
Research Associate University of Cape Town, and CEO Birds & Bats Unlimited
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Harriers of the world: their behaviour and ecology
RE Simmons
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2000
2022000
Winning by a neck: sexual selection in the evolution of giraffe
RE Simmons, L Scheepers
The American Naturalist 148 (5), 771-786, 1996
1941996
BIASES IN DIETS DETERMINED FROM PELLETS AND REMAINS: CORRECTION FACTORS FOR A
RE Simmons, DM Avery, G Avery
J. Raptor Res 25 (3), 63-67, 1991
1891991
Climate change and birds: perspectives and prospects from southern Africa
RE Simmons, P Barnard, WRJ Dean, GF Midgley, W Thuiller, G Hughes
Ostrich-Journal of African Ornithology 75 (4), 295-308, 2004
1272004
Offspring quality and the evolution of cainism
R SIMMONS
Ibis 130 (3), 339-357, 1988
1181988
Can bird atlas data be used to estimate population size? A case study using Namibian endemics
A Robertson, RE Simmons, AM Jarvis, CJ Brown
Biological Conservation 71 (1), 87-95, 1995
951995
Endemism in Namibia: patterns, processes and predictions
RE Simmons, M Griffin, RE Griffin, E Marais, H Kolberg
Biodiversity & Conservation 7 (4), 513-530, 1998
881998
Population declines, viable breeding areas, and management options for flamingos in southern Africa
RE Simmons
Conservation Biology 10 (2), 504-514, 1996
641996
The influence of microtines on polygyny, productivity, age, and provisioning of breeding Northern Harriers: a 5-year study
R Simmons, P Barnard, B MacWhirter, GL Hansen
Canadian Journal of Zoology 64 (11), 2447-2456, 1986
611986
On bird functional diversity: species richness and functional differentiation show contrasting responses to rainfall and vegetation structure in an arid landscape
CL Seymour, RE Simmons, GS Joseph, JA Slingsby
Ecosystems 18 (6), 971-984, 2015
582015
Birds to watch in Namibia: red, rare and endemic species
RE Simmons, CJ Brown, J Kemper
Ministry of Environment and Tourism, 2015
542015
Honest advertising, sexual selection, courtship displays, and body condition of polygynous male harriers
R Simmons
The Auk 105 (2), 303-307, 1988
521988
Necks‐for‐sex or competing browsers? A critique of ideas on the evolution of giraffe
RE Simmons, R Altwegg
Journal of zoology 282 (1), 6-12, 2010
512010
Food and the deceptive acquisition of mates by polygynous male harriers
RE Simmons
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 23 (2), 83-92, 1988
481988
Trends in numbers of Cape Cormorants (Phalacrocorax capensis) over a 50-year period, 1956–57 to 2006–07
RJM Crawford, BM Dyer, J Kemper, RE Simmons, L Upfold
Emu-Austral Ornithology 107 (4), 253-261, 2007
462007
High rates of conspecific brood parasitism and egg rejection in coots and moorhens in ephemeral wetlands in Namibia
IG Jamieson, SB McRae, RE Simmons, M Trewby
The Auk 117 (1), 250-255, 2000
452000
Avian diversity and endemism in Namibia: patterns from the Southern African Bird Atlas Project
A Robertson, AM Jarvis, CJ Brown, RE Simmons
Biodiversity & Conservation 7 (4), 495-511, 1998
451998
Can severely fragmented patches of riparian vegetation still be important for arid-land bird diversity?
CL Seymour, RE Simmons
Journal of Arid Environments 72 (12), 2275-2281, 2008
432008
Conservation assessment and management plan for southern African coastal seabirds
M Du Toit, GC Boere, J Cooper, MS De Villiers, J Kemper, B Lenten, ...
Cape Town: Avian Demography Unit and Apple Valley: Conservation Breeding …, 2003
432003
Copulation patterns of African marsh harriers: evaluating the paternity assurance hypothesis
R Simmons
Animal Behaviour 40 (6), 1151-1157, 1990
431990
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