Publications

SIS-Conservation

Southern Bald Ibis adult in Lesotho. (Photo: Andre Botha)
Southern Bald Ibis adult in Lesotho. (Photo: Andre Botha)

Stork, Ibis and Spoonbill Conservation (SISC) is a peer-reviewed publication of the IUCN SSC Stork, Ibis and Spoonbill Specialist Group. SISC publishes content on the ecology and conservation of both wild and captive populations of SIS species worldwide, with the aim of disseminating information to assist in the management and conservation of SIS populations and their habitats worldwide. We invite anyone, including people who are not members of the SIS-SG, to submit manuscripts to sis.conservation@gmail.com. Additional details and instructions to authors can be downloaded here. The first issue is scheduled to be published online in 2017.

 

 

 

 

Historical literature

Yellow-billed Stork carrying nesting material in Botswana. (Photo: Andre Botha)
Yellow-billed Stork carrying nesting material in Botswana. (Photo: Andre Botha)

Between 1988 and 2003, the Specialist Group published several issues of the “Specialist Group on Storks, Ibises and Spoonbills Newsletter”. In that period, the SIS-SG also produced additional documents where important bibliographic material and status reports of SIS species worldwide were catalogued. These are archived and available here for free.