Several scientific journals and bulletins are dedicated to publishing articles on seabirds, and most contain material of relevance to the biology and conservation of ACAP-listed species. A list follows. Readers are requested to e-mail
Was published three or four times a year by the (UK) Seabird Group and the Dutch Seabird Group (Nederlandse Zeevogelgroep) in eight volumes from 1999 to 2006 (but last issue mailed in 2008). ISSN 1388-2511. No longer published. PDFs of whole issues may be viewed here.
Australasian Seabird Bulletin
Published nominally twice a year by the Australasian Seabird Group, a special interest group of Birds Australia. First issue January 1973. From Issue 52 in November 2010 it was replaced by an eBulletin with approximately quarterly issues. Editor: Lorna Deppe.
Published twice a year by subscription (paper copy) and as an open-access electronic journal (from Vol. 5 of 1978; current issue Vol. 48, No. 1, April 2020). Editor-in-Chief David Ainley. ISSN 1018-3337. Articles are refereed.
Published twice a year by the Pacific Seabird Group (www.pacificseabirdgroup.org). First issue (as Pacific Seabird Group Bulletin) January 1974. "Beginning in 2014, spring and fall issues were combined in one volume and published at the end of the calendar year and printed copies were no longer produced. " Editor: Jennifer Lang:
Published annually by the Royal Naval Birdwatching Society. Current issue: Vol. 68 of 2019. Editor: David Dobson (
Published annually by the Seabird Group. Editor: Richard Sherley (
Published by the Dutch Seabird Group (Nederlandse Zeevogelgroep). Twelve volumes published from 1987 to 1998. Replaced by Atlantic Seabirds. Sula recommenced publication as a quarterly from Vol. 21 in 2008. Current issue: Vol. 28 of 2020. ISSN 0926-132X. Editor: Guido Keijl. Mainly in Dutch with English summaries. Not refereed.
Last updated 25 September 2020