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Conservation

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13th February 2019

Who delivers nature conservation research with the greatest impact: universities or NGOs?

Posted in: Conservation, impact, Journal, journal metrics, News, NGOs, publication, publications, publishing

Where is the highest impact research on biodiversity conservation undertaken?

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14th January 2019

Witnessing the extinction of a charismatic species

Posted in: Conservation, Genetics

What happens on the genetic level in a population that faces extinction?

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9th January 2019

Caning for conservation

Posted in: Conservation, predation, Seabirds

Bamboo canes could be a versatile and inexpensive tool to help reduce predation from large gulls on ground nesting seabirds

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24th December 2018

Innovative landscape-scale management for Woodlark

Posted in: Conservation, grass heath, land management

Does experimental ground-disturbance management benefit Woodlark?

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22nd October 2018

Mice wreak havoc for South Atlantic seabirds

Posted in: Conservation, island birds, Seabirds

Invasive mice kill nearly 2 million birds a year on Gough Island

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13th September 2018

From IOCongress2018

Posted in: Conservation, IOCongress2018, News, scicomm, science communication

Amanda Trask highlights the conservation science and science communication from IOCongress2018

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19th March 2018

Power-line collisions threaten South African bustards

Posted in: collision, Conservation, mortality

What contributes to the unsustainably high rate of bustard power-line collisions?

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22nd November 2017

Wind farms and Hen Harriers in Ireland

Posted in: Conservation, raptors, renewable energy, wind farms

Considerable spatial overlap and weak evidence for impact

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9th October 2017

Chasing isotope ‘ghosts’

Posted in: Conservation, endangered, feathers, fieldwork, stable isotopes, waders

Where do Slender-billed Curlews breed?

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13th March 2017

DNA-barcoding against poaching: the Cyprus paradigm

Posted in: bird trapping, Conservation, DNA barcoding

How could DNA barcoding be an ace up the sleeve against poaching?

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30th January 2017

Breeding Whimbrel habitat characteristics in Shetland

Posted in: Conservation, habitat, habitat selection

Do Whimbrel adults and chicks use different habitats?

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14th November 2016

Reversing population declines in migratory bird species

Posted in: adult survival, Conservation, demography, migrant, Migration, productivity

Could increasing productivity reverse declines in Willow Warbler populations?

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31st October 2016

Let’s ‘chat’ about habitat

Posted in: Conservation, habitat, habitat selection, migrant

Can large-scale data reflect fine-scale habitat preferences?

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15th August 2016

In search of the sacred birds of India

Posted in: alpine birds, Conservation, vultures

The Himalayan Griffon in the western Himalayas

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8th August 2016

The march of the triffids

Posted in: agriculture, biodiversity, bird communities, connectivity, Conservation, forest birds, habitat, land management, land use, tropical birds

Shifting agriculture supports more rainforest birds than oil palm or teak monocultures.

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25th July 2016

Tidal marsh bird conservation in the northeast U.S.

Posted in: climate change, Conservation, marsh birds, trends

Estimating population sizes and historical trends for birds in a vulnerable ecosystem

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23rd May 2016

What do Galapagos Hawks eat after the goats are gone?

Posted in: Conservation, diet, diet composition, ecology, habitat, island birds, non-natives, raptors

After the eradication of exotic goats on Santiago Island, Galapagos hawks prey deliveries consist mainly of introduced black rats

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28th March 2016

Impacts of driven shooting of Red Grouse

Posted in: Conservation, hunting pressure, land management, moorland, moorland birds, News, red grouse, upland birds

Management of Red Grouse moors

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14th March 2016

Mitigation or Compensation: Captive-breeding Houbara

Posted in: captive-bred, captive-breeding, Conservation, geolocator, gps tags, hunting pressure, re-introduction, tracking

Can captive-breeding support the hunted Asian Houbara?

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