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29th October 2018

Does the early bird get the seed?

Posted in: breeding, climate change, phenology

Does warming influence the timing of breeding in a seed-eater?

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13th June 2018

Understanding the decline of the Common Cuckoo

Posted in: bird atlas, breeding, breeding biology, cuckoos, distribution, ecology, foraging

England’s loss is Scotland’s gain

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11th June 2018

Beavers facilitate Teals at different scales

Posted in: breeding, habitat, wetlands

Favouring beavers promotes biodiversity, including waterbirds

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18th December 2017

More to “little brown jobs” than meets the eye

Posted in: behaviour, breeding, territory occupancy

Unexpected breeding dispersal behavior in the Grasshopper Sparrow

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6th December 2017

The heat is on for British birds

Posted in: biodiversity, bird communities, bird movements, Bird Protection, breeding, Breeding Bird Survey, climate change, distribution, ecology, habitat, Migration, monitoring, Nest Record Scheme, News, phenology, population dynamics, survey, Wetland Bird Survey

What is the evidence for climate change? How will UK bird communities adapt?

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16th October 2017

Parrots in an urban jungle

Posted in: breeding, nesting, parrot, urban birds

Winters are fine, cars are not – wild parrots in Germany

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11th September 2017

Early birds do not catch the “extra worm”

Posted in: breeding, extra pair paternity, migrant

Pied Flycatchers do not gain more extra-pair paternity by arriving earlier

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17th October 2016

Drab females are warm mothers

Posted in: breeding, feathers, incubation, mate selection, nesting, plumage

Less pigmented females have warm brood patches

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27th June 2016

The secret sex life of the Brown-headed Nuthatch

Posted in: breeding, cooperative breeding, extra pair paternity, forest birds, Genetics, parental care

Is there extra-pair paternity in the cooperatively breeding Brown-headed Nuthatch?

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18th April 2016

What do Great Tit pairs talk about?

Posted in: behaviour, breeding, communications, nesting, pair communications, parental care

Great tit pairs discuss at the nest during breeding, but why?

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7th March 2016

Avian camouflage really does hinder predators

Posted in: adaptation, behaviour, breeding, camouflage, cryptic, eggs, evolution, habitat

Camouflage does protect nesting birds from being eaten

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29th February 2016

Eagles and agriculture can co-exist

Posted in: agriculture, breeding, land use, productivity, raptors

Good news! Land use change is not necessarily detrimental to Verreaux’s Eagles

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25th January 2016

The plight of the Egyptian Vulture . . .

Posted in: behaviour, Bird Protection, breeding, communal, Conservation, Disturbance, endangered, nesting, population dynamics, raptors, roost, Science

. . . and hopes for the future

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11th January 2016

Living close, doing differently

Posted in: bird communities, breeding, colour ringing/banding, Science, Seabirds, tracking, winter, wintering

Breeding and wintering Mediterranean Gulls do not mix

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7th December 2015

New insights into the effects of climate change on Europe’s breeding birds

Posted in: adaptation, bird communities, breeding, climate change, ecology, migrant, phenology, Science

Effects of changing seasonal weather conditions

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23rd November 2015

Survival out the nest: southern birds do best

Posted in: adult survival, breeding, colour ringing/banding, evolution, fledgling survival, life history, survival, tracking

Why?

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2nd November 2015

Birdfields

Posted in: biodiversity, bird communities, breeding, Conferences, Farmland birds, foraging, habitat, raptors, Science, tracking

Improving foraging conditions for Montagu’s Harriers

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26th October 2015

Nesting in the muck

Posted in: behaviour, bird communities, breeding, habitat, Science

Black Larks’ love for dung

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