17th January 2019
The attraction of insectivorous birds to herbivore-damaged plants
Read about Elina Mäntylä’s #ORNITHOLODAY on 23 January
3rd September 2018
High temperatures and hot birds
What drives the tiny distribution of the enigmatic Ethiopian Bush-crow?
23rd July 2018
Lyrebirds are truffle-eating foodies!
Are lyrebirds and their relatives an overlooked disperser of fungi?
13th June 2018
Understanding the decline of the Common Cuckoo
England’s loss is Scotland’s gain
12th February 2018
On the rocks: Rock Sandpipers and cold Alaskan winters
The not-so-obvious reasons why Rock Sandpipers winter in Alaska
9th January 2017
A look at the special issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, examining how flying animals respond to the challenges – and opportunities – that come with moving in a medium that is, itself, on the move.
2nd May 2016
Seed dispersal by scatter-hoarding corvids
Mutualism with food-storing birds helps tree populations on the move
11th April 2016
Diet of a threatened island pigeon
Foraging strategy of the Red-headed Wood Pigeon in disturbed islands
2nd November 2015
Improving foraging conditions for Montagu’s Harriers
5th October 2015
Puffins have an eye for small fry
Visual fields in auks
7th September 2015
Parental resource allocation varies throughout offspring development
Response to changing offspring energy demands
6th July 2015
Food-stealing in an avian assemblage
Effects of klepto-parasitism on feeding waders
15th June 2015
What more can helpers give?
What help brings most benefit?
8th June 2015
Range expansion of non-native Acacia species: Acacia cyclops and birds
Do birds disperse non-native plants?
30th March 2015
The globally threatened Aquatic Warbler
Do we know enough to save it?
9th March 2015
The secret lives of Nightjars
Shedding light on a mysterious species
2nd March 2015
When should you eat?
Which feeding strategy is better for reproductive success?
28th January 2015
A twist in the tale: Red Kites are back in town
Why are so many Red Kites visiting our towns?