Portuguese Society for the Study of Birds

VOLUME 27 | Year 2020

Evaluating the potential of artificial nests as a conservation measure for Cory’s Shearwaters Calonectris borealis breeding in Berlengas Archipelago, Portugal

Nuno Oliveira, Patrícia Abreu, Joana Bores, Ana Isabel Fagundes, Hany Alonso & Joana Andrade

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Evaluating the potential of artificial nests as a conservation measure for Cory’s Shearwaters Calonectris borealis breeding in Berlengas Archipelago, Portugal

Nuno Oliveira, Patrícia Abreu, Joana Bores, Ana Isabel Fagundes, Hany Alonso & Joana Andrade

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Sexual dimorphism and determination of sex of  Yellow-legged gulls (Larus michahellis lusitanius) in southern Portugal

Gheorghiu, Ana R.; Valkenburg, Thijs; Cotão, António; Casero, María; Azevedo, Fábia

THE AIRO

AIRO is a peer-reviewed ornithological scientific journal published by the Portuguese Society for the Study of Birds (SPEA). AIRO publishes original research articles focused on the ecology and conservation of birds from the Iberian Peninsula, Macaronesia and Portuguese-speaking African countries.  The journal was first published in 1990 (by the Institute for the Conservation of Nature) and was annually printed until 2015. From 2017, AIRO moved to online only publication, joining the open-access system. All published articles are freely available from the journal website.

 
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Year 2016/2017

VOLUME 25

Year 2018

VOLUME 26

Year 2019

 
ARTICLE SUBMISSION

Airo publishes articles from all fields of ornithology, preferentially from studies performed in the Iberian Peninsula, Macaronesia archipelagos and Portuguese-speaking African countries. The articles can be written in either Portuguese or English but English is preferred and the editorial board reserves the right to request authors to translate the article into English. The article submission should be sent by email to spea@spea.pt with the reference “Airo submission” in the subject. The editorial board will return a submission receipt and will contact at least two experts for reviewing the article or short note.

The article's acceptance will depend on these experts' reviews. Authors will be contacted about the acceptance/ rejection decision (with or without required changes) within three months. Articles with the required changes should be returned before the deadline set by editorial board. Before being published online, authors will receive a pdf draft. At this stage, only typographic corrections will be accepted. Once the revision process is concluded the article will be immediately published online at the journal website, and assigned to a Volume that reunites all articles from one year. 

 
 
 

Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies, University of Lisbon 

Departamento de Biologia Animal

Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa

Bloco C2, Campo Grande, 1749-016 Lisboa, Portugal

Teresa Catry
Editor-in-Chief
SPEA
Publisher
spea@spea.pt | (+351) 21 322 04 30

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