27th August 2020
The rise of the Inca Empire was partly driven by seabird guano
The Incas implemented the first conservation measures in human history to protect the seabird colonies that provided the guano.
16th July 2020
Understanding competition between colonies helps to protect seabirds
High levels of inter-colony competition can lead to segregation of foraging areas.
12th December 2019
Bird trade in Japan
Which species are most popular and where do they come from?
6th December 2017
The heat is on for British birds
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What is the evidence for climate change? How will UK bird communities adapt?
25th January 2016
The plight of the Egyptian Vulture . . .
. . . and hopes for the future
14th September 2015
What the EU does for birds
The Birds Directive
3rd June 2015
The European Red List of Birds
A new basis for European bird conservation
19th January 2015
Bycatch in gillnet fisheries: a bird’s eye view
Can we reduce the 400,000 bird deaths caused by gillnets each year?
24th November 2014
Offshore wind: the importance of bird density and breeding season definitions
Offshore collision risk modelling can be insufficiently precautionary
17th April 2013
Marine renewables and birds
Marine renewables and birds – how far have we come and where next for research?
28th February 2013
Lost and found – the storm-petrel back from extinction
‘Extinct’ New Zealand Storm-petrel found breeding 150 years after last being seen