South Australian Ornithologist, Volume 39 Posted on 01/02/2016 Share with Volume 39, Part 1. September 2013 Contents Some aspects of Hooded Plover behaviour and ecology based on a colour-banding study on Kangaroo Island T.E. Dennis and D.M. Ball. pp. 1-17. Birds of the Hundred of Encounter Bay listed by John W Crompton from 1909 to 1925 Penny Paton and John Cromton. pp. 18-35. Bird notes Observations of Brown Quail on Point Sturt Peninsula, Lake Alexandrina Nathaniel Doecke. pp. 36-38. Eastern distributional limit of the Western population of the Blue-breasted Fairy-wren Michael and Lesley Brooker. pp. 39-40. Book Reviews The field guide to the birds of Australia. 9th ed. Graham Pizzey and Frank Knight, edited by Sarah Pizzey David Kowalick. p. 41. Australian bird names: a complete guide. Ian Fraser and Jeannie Gray Merilyn Browne. pp. 42. Volume 39, Part 2. February 2014 Contents Identification of prions (Procellariidae: Pachyptila) in South Australian waters Colin Rogers. pp. 45-57. Arrival dates of migrant bush birds in the Strathalbyn district: a 45-year collaborative study John Eckert, Andrew Black and Graham Carpenter. pp. 58-73. New records of the Eastern Grass Owl, Tyto longimembris, in South Australia Reece D. Pedler and Ben J. Parkhurst. pp. 74-82. Bird notes The first specimen record of Short-tailed Grasswren, Amytornis merrotsyi Mellor, 1913 (Maluridae) Andrew Black. pp. 83-86. Hybrid Fairywren at Hart Lagoon, River Murray, South Australia Peter Haines. pp. 87-89. Book Reviews Grassfinches in Australia. Joseph M. Forshaw and Mark Shephard Jeremy Robertson. pp. 90-92.