"Corella" is a fully-refereed journal of Australasian ornithological research. It is published four times a year by the Association in March, June, September and December. All members receive a copy.
From March 2014, Corella is published on-line available to members only, with a yearly compilation hard-copy published in December each year and posted to each member. After two years, each edition will be moved to the public area of the website, where all copies of Corella, and it's predecessor, The Australian Bird Bander, will be made available.
Members can log on and access the current edition of Corella through the Members section of the main menu above.
- Research findings communicated as major papers or short articles,
- A round-up of interesting and unusual recoveries of banded birds,
- Literature reviews and summaries,
- Comprehensive review of breeding islands in the Seabird Island series of papers,
- Technical papers
- Data Exchange
- and much more.
Abstracts for all Volumes of Corella can be accessed from the menu at
Many thanks to Ian Endersby for providing us with these abstracts.
Old issues of CORELLA can be purchased from the Mist Net Service.
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Style Information for Contributors tells authors how to prepare and submit scientific papers and short communications for publication in Corella . Amateur authors are encouraged to publish in Corella . An editorial panel will assist with writing the paper in a scientific style and in production of relevant figures and diagrams.