South Australian Ornithologist, Volume 41 Posted on 15/03/2016 Share with Volume 41, Part 1. December 2015 Contents John Gould in South Australia and a reappraisal of his type locality, ‘The Belts of the Murray’ Andrew Black and Graham Carpenter. pp. 1-17. Diverse interactions, including hybridisation, between Brown and Inland Thornbills in South Australia Andrew Black, Philippa Horton and Leo Joseph. pp. 18-34. Bird notes Evasive behaviour by a female Plains-wanderer, Pedionomus torquatus, on the Birdsville Track, South Australia Colin Rogers and John Cox. pp. 35-37. Ph.D. Thesis Abstracts Comparative Ecology and Conservation of the Melithreptus Genus in the Southern Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia Nigel Willoughby. pp. 38-41. The ecological significance of sexual dimorphism in the Crescent Honeyeater, Phylidonyris pyrrhoptera Paul Foster p. 42. Ecology and behaviour of Pachycephala rufogularis and P. inornata (Aves: Pachycephalidae) in woodlands of South Australia Dragos Moise pp. 43-44. Book Review Australian Predators of the Sky, Penny Olsen 2015 Simon Brealey. pp. 45-47. Volume 41, Part 2. May 2016 Contents Observations on nesting Grey Falcons, Falco hypoleucos Andrew Ley and Brian Tynan. pp. 49-64. An irruption of Great Shearwaters, Ardenna gravis, into South Australian and adjacent seas during April 2011 Colin Rogers and Stuart Hull. pp. 65-70. Bird Note Courtship Feeding and Mating in the Grey Falcon, Falco hypoleucos Lyndal White and Trevor Warrener. pp. 71-72 Breeding record of the Australian Little Bittern, Ixobrychus dubius, on the River Murray K. Treloar and G. Carpenter. pp. 73-75. Breeding of Australian White Ibis at St Peters, suburban Adelaide Penny Paton. pp. 76-79. Olive-backed Oriole in the Far North East of South Australia Suzi Bond and Julian Reid. pp. 80-81. Tawny Grassbirds in the Far North East of South Australia Julian R.W. Reid. pp. 83-87. Master Degree Thesis An Ecological Study of Bush Stonecurlews, Burhinus grallarius, on Kangaroo Island, South Australia Jody Gates. pp. 88-90. Book Review The magic and mystery of birds Noah Stryker, 2015 Merilyn Browne. pp. 91-92.