2nd July 2020
Little Bustards and where to find them
Do males and females select the same habitats?
27th June 2020
Pride in our community
Equality and Diversity Working Group (EDWG) member Dianiel Hayhow introduces the first of our Rainbow Blogs
26th June 2020
Black Lives Matter
A statement from the BOU’s Equality and Diversity Working Group.
4th June 2020
Continent-wide genetics of a small wader
Genetic variation in the Terek Sandpiper conforms to the abundant-center hypothesis.
21st May 2020
How to save the Regent Honeyeater?
Survey points to habitat loss, low nesting success and a biased sex ratio as major threats
7th May 2020
Artificial nests reshape a bird community
Adding nesting-sites for Lesser Kestrels influences interactions with other bird species.
23rd April 2020
Learning to forage
Juvenile Red-footed Boobies gather close to the colony to practice their foraging skills.
9th April 2020
A tale of two Twites
Do British and Scandinavian Twite populations mix during migration?
30th March 2020
Down, but most definitely not out
BOU President, Juliet Vickery, reflects on the impacts of Covid-19
25th March 2020
Urban birds need to be smart or fast-breeding
Brain size and life history interact to predict urban tolerance in birds
23rd March 2020
Tracking Red-billed Tropicbirds
Investigating the foraging ecology of tropicbirds around Cape Verde
21st March 2020
Best ECR IBIS paper – 2019
And the winner is . . .
12th March 2020
Decline of the cuckoo
What factors are responsible for decrease in Cuckoo numbers across the UK?
10th March 2020
#BOUscicommAwards – The Winners!
It’s a pleasure to announce the winners of our first-ever science communication awards!
27th February 2020
Nesting on the edge
Experimental study explores predation rates on nests along forest edges.
17th February 2020
Rufous-collared Sparrow, the Grey
Posted in: News
Assessing the genomic basis behind phenotypic differentiation
10th February 2020
Do back-pack transmitters affect breeding performance?
No effect of back-pack transmitters on breeding performance in a migratory bustard
30th January 2020
Singing the right song
Rufous-capped Warblers adjust their songs to the social context.