14th September 2020
Can leisure and birds coexist on beaches?
Dogs disturb nesting plovers more than people do on tourist beaches
26th February 2020
The forgotten Breckland Curlew – another predation victim
Is ground-disturbance management the answer for protection of breeding Curlew?
16th September 2019
The lie of the “black lightning”: signal reliability in a seabird
Does Storm Petrels’ plumage coloration reliably signal body condition?
18th April 2019
Are Burrowing Owls stuck in an ecological trap?
Exploring the influence of agriculture on nesting success.
6th August 2018
Birds of many feathers flock together
Exploring bird associations across environmental and human disturbance gradients
9th July 2018
Little Bustard habitat selection and traffic noise pollution
How does traffic noise influence the spatial distribution of Little Bustards?
8th January 2018
Assessing impacts of monitoring Whinchat nests
Does nest monitoring by researchers badger Whinchats?
7th August 2017
Embryonic hypothermia tolerance: adaptation to disturbance?
Unusual incubation behaviour and embryonic tolerance of hypothermia in the Sichuan Partridge
5th September 2016
Quantifying wintering waders’ responses to disturbance
Low costs of individual responses to disturbance suggest no significant impact on foraging waders
25th January 2016
The plight of the Egyptian Vulture . . .
. . . and hopes for the future
28th September 2015
Can Icelandic Whimbrels rise from the ashes?
When in Spring 2010 Eyjafjallajökull’s volcanic eruption grounded most of the western world, Icelandic Whimbrels kept pushing North through the dust cloud. José A. Alves Universities of Aveiro (CESAM) and Iceland LINKED PAPER The effects of habitat type and volcanic eruptions on the breeding demography of Icelandic Whimbrels Numenius phaeopus. Katrínardóttir, B., Alves, […]
16th March 2015
Of drones and birds
Does the presence of drones bother birds?
24th November 2014
Offshore wind: the importance of bird density and breeding season definitions
Offshore collision risk modelling can be insufficiently precautionary