25th May 2015
Of Ruminants and Redshanks
Does light grazing cause nest mortality?
27th April 2015
Dartford Warbler: unplanned fires and opportunities for conservation
How will global change affect the distribution of the Dartford Warbler?
13th April 2015
How birds defend their nests from parasitism
30th March 2015
The globally threatened Aquatic Warbler
Do we know enough to save it?
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?
22nd December 2014
Do birds of a feather flock together?
How habitat preferences vary
24th November 2014
Offshore wind: the importance of bird density and breeding season definitions
Offshore collision risk modelling can be insufficiently precautionary
10th November 2014
Saving long-term studies
29th September 2014
Devon Cuckoos and citizen science
How citizen science is helping with Cuckoo research
22nd September 2014
Shetland’s phalaropes go WHERE . . . ?!
A Scottish Red-necked Phalarope wintered somewhere totally unexpected . . .
25th August 2014
Adult survival declines as African Penguin population plummets
Urgent action is needed to save the African Penguin
28th July 2014
Engaging local communities in conserving habitats of Himalayan birds
Conservation initiatives, particular in remoter areas, rely heavily on local community engagement if they are to be successful
23rd May 2014
Woodland birds response to climatic change: part 2
Measuring insect poo to help investigate the impacts of climate change on woodland birds
28th April 2014
Ash Dieback – how much should we worry?
What happened to ash dieback?
14th April 2014
Beyond the maps
What now for all that data collected from the #birdatlas?
7th April 2014
#BOU2014 – upland and alpine birds conference
#BOU14 in photos and a few words
31st March 2014
Woodland birds’ response to climatic change
The impacts of climate change on the breeding birds
28th January 2014
How to support biodiversity with ecological focus areas
Ecological focus areas (EFAs) need a minimal ecological quality to be effective