Flamingo 2020 (the full version) is now available on our website. Individual papers will be uploaded as separate articles to individual webpages in to the new year. Merry Christmas and happy holidays, one and all!
Happy New Year to all flamingo followers! Stuck for some January reading? Check out the latest edition of our annual publication, Flamingo. Available on the “journal” section of our website.
We’re in the final stages of production for Flamingo volume e2 (2019). Look out for it arriving next month! Just in time for Christmas. With eight new papers, covering all six species of flamingo, it’s cutting-edge flamingo science!
We’re excited to receive your articles for Flamingo 2019. The deadline is the 31st October. Please get in touch (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about content. Author guidelines available on our website at flamingo-sg.org/journal.
A free poster available from BirdLife South Africa on the lesser flamingo, that was Bird of the Year back in 2010. See the link below: Bird of the Year 2010 – Lesser Flamingo
We’ve done some further website editing, and now you can select to read individual papers from Flamingo 2018 as well as download the complete edition.
And we’re back in business! Just in time for Christmas, it’s the relaunch of “Flamingo”, the FSG’s ever-popular journal.Now in electronic form, volume e1 can be downloaded from the “publications” section of our website. Happy Holidays to you all.
We’re busy translating abstracts into English, French and Spanish for Flamingo 2018. Abstracts are being uploaded on to the website as they are finished. Please keep checking back for more information and finalised articles.
The deadline for articles to be considered for Flamingo 2018 is the 31st October 2018. We have started to upload articles that we have received, and formatted correctly, to the FSG website. Early view articles can be found here: http://www.flamingo-sg.org/journal/flamingo-2018/ Please … Read More »
Our new website is up and running! Yes, we have some sections that still need to be fully populated and more information will be appearing over time, but you can now find a range of flamingo-focussed features inside. Happy browsing.