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Migration

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30th October 2017

The elusive migration of rails

Posted in: marsh birds, Migration, monitoring, stable isotopes

How does the migratory connectivity of secretive species differ?

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31st July 2017

Linnets on the move

Posted in: behaviour, migrant, Migration, tracking

Migratory behaviour of a diurnally migrating songbird, as revealed by geolocation and captive studies

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19th June 2017

Tracking is 90% catching

Posted in: bird movements, geolocator, Mediterranean forest, migrant, Migration, movements, tracking

To track small birds you need to catch them; twice…

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29th May 2017

The winter ecology of House Martins

Posted in: carry-over effects, migrant, Migration, stable isotopes, winter, wintering

Winter areas, spatial segregation and carry-over effects

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10th May 2017

Nightjars on migration

Posted in: bird movements, geolocator, gps tags, migrant, Migration, satellite tracking

Where do European Nightjars go?

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8th May 2017

Burning fat during migration

Posted in: migrant, Migration, physiology

Differential mobilization of fat-stores in migrating birds: showcasing Eared Grebes

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3rd April 2017

Lazy bustards: captive-bred Houbara migrate late

Posted in: captive-bred, captive-breeding, Migration

Do captive-bred Asian Houbara replicate wild migration strategies?

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6th February 2017

Risking it all in a direct flight

Posted in: bird movements, migrant, Migration, waders

The non-stop migrations of Whimbrels between Iceland and West Africa

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9th January 2017

Flight

Posted in: feathers, flight, foraging, Migration, molt, moult, tracking, weather, wind

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.

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27th December 2016

Keeping up with climate change

Posted in: climate change, Migration, raptors, soaring birds

Does the timing of migration reflect population trends of soaring birds?

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19th December 2016

Infrared uncovers secrets of migration

Posted in: Migration, thermal imaging

A bird’s eye view of the Bay of Biscay

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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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12th September 2016

Resolving the puzzle of Short-toed Eagle migration

Posted in: bird movements, gps tags, Migration, raptors, satellite tracking

Do juvenile Short-toed Eagles learn the detoured route from adults?

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20th June 2016

Anthropogenic light impacts nocturnal migration

Posted in: bird movements, light pollution, Migration

Ground-level lights change the behaviour of nocturnally migrating passerines

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6th June 2016

Tracking Black-headed Grosbeak through the annual cycle

Posted in: bird movements, gps tags, Migration, molt, moult, raptors, tracking

GPS-tracking reveals non-breeding locations and apparent molt-migration

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9th May 2016

Climate and the wanderings of a colourful marshbird

Posted in: climate change, distribution, ecology, global change, marsh birds, migrant, Migration, vagrancy, vagrant birds, wetlands

What drives vagrancy of Purple Gallinules?

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12th October 2015

Migratory connectivity in European Rollers

Posted in: connectivity, Conservation, distribution, geolocator, Migration, mortality, News, Science, tracking

Bringing it all together

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3rd August 2015

Tracking Pied Flycatchers

Posted in: distribution, geolocator, Migration, News, Science, tracking, wintering, woodland birds

When, how and where?

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30th March 2015

The globally threatened Aquatic Warbler

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, foraging, habitat, Migration, protected areas, Science, wetlands

Do we know enough to save it?

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