. Bonner zoologische Monographien. Zoology. 69 Ruddy Shelduck (96) Tadorna ferruginea PM (11-2) (W) formerly uncommon; no recent records rivers and lakes Remarks: No record since 1955 (Nikolaus & Hamed 1984) 70 Shelduck no map Tadorna tadorna PM (12, 3) W vagrant coast and rivers Remarks: Two records December 1958 at Port Sudan 19/37 (P. Dare, Hogg 1984) and in spring 1981 at Khartoum 15/33 (A. Pet- tet) 71 White-backed Duck (74) no map Thalassornis leuconotus leuconotus AM NBR vagrant lakes and rivers with floating vegetation Remarks: Recently recorded from the Sudd (M. Rae) SAGITTARIIDAE

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. Bonner zoologische Monographien. Zoology. 69 Ruddy Shelduck (96) Tadorna ferruginea PM (11-2) (W) formerly uncommon; no recent records rivers and lakes Remarks: No record since 1955 (Nikolaus & Hamed 1984) 70 Shelduck no map Tadorna tadorna PM (12, 3) W vagrant coast and rivers Remarks: Two records December 1958 at Port Sudan 19/37 (P. Dare, Hogg 1984) and in spring 1981 at Khartoum 15/33 (A. Pet- tet) 71 White-backed Duck (74) no map Thalassornis leuconotus leuconotus AM NBR vagrant lakes and rivers with floating vegetation Remarks: Recently recorded from the Sudd (M. Rae) SAGITTARIIDAE
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. Bonner zoologische Monographien. Zoology. 69 Ruddy Shelduck (96) Tadorna ferruginea PM (11-2) (W) formerly uncommon; no recent records rivers and lakes Remarks: No record since 1955 (Nikolaus & Hamed 1984) 70 Shelduck no map Tadorna tadorna PM (12, 3) W vagrant coast and rivers Remarks: Two records December 1958 at Port Sudan 19/37 (P. Dare, Hogg 1984) and in spring 1981 at Khartoum 15/33 (A. Pet- tet) 71 White-backed Duck (74) no map Thalassornis leuconotus leuconotus AM NBR vagrant lakes and rivers with floating vegetation Remarks: Recently recorded from the Sudd (M. Rae) SAGITTARIIDAE—SECRETARY BIRDS 72 Secretary Bird (103) Sagittarius serpentarius R LM B 7-10 uncommon to rare open acacia short grassland Remarks: Sudan's National bird ACCIPITRIDAE — BIRDS OF PREY (Black Vulture 104) no map Aegypius monachus Only one old record from Shendi 16/33 (Rothschild & Wollaston 1902), birds were probably misidentified Lappet-faced Vultu- res. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Bonn, Zoologisches Forschungsinstitut und Museum Alexander Koenig