2nd April 2018
Survival is (not) a dying art
All things considered, it is difficult to underestimate the importance of survival
22nd November 2017
Wind farms and Hen Harriers in Ireland
Considerable spatial overlap and weak evidence for impact
25th September 2017
Stress and survival
Does feather corticosterone predict future survival?
26th June 2017
Sooty Falcons in Oman
Reproduction and population dynamics of a poorly studied, Near Threatened, colony-nesting raptor
9th January 2017
Peregrine recovery: building on successes
Previous territory occupancy and successes are features of Peregrine recovery
27th December 2016
Keeping up with climate change
Does the timing of migration reflect population trends of soaring birds?
5th December 2016
Winter Buzzard diet on a Red Grouse moor
What’s on the menu for buzzards this winter?
28th November 2016
Raptors as urban-adapters?
What can Cape Town’s Black Sparrowhawks tell us about city-dwelling raptors?
12th September 2016
Resolving the puzzle of Short-toed Eagle migration
Do juvenile Short-toed Eagles learn the detoured route from adults?
18th July 2016
The eagle has landed – vultures use raptors to find food
Carrion isn’t the only thing vultures scavenge; they exploit the superior foraging abilities of eagles to find their food.
6th June 2016
Tracking Black-headed Grosbeak through the annual cycle
GPS-tracking reveals non-breeding locations and apparent molt-migration
23rd May 2016
What do Galapagos Hawks eat after the goats are gone?
After the eradication of exotic goats on Santiago Island, Galapagos hawks prey deliveries consist mainly of introduced black rats
29th February 2016
Eagles and agriculture can co-exist
Good news! Land use change is not necessarily detrimental to Verreaux’s Eagles
25th January 2016
The plight of the Egyptian Vulture . . .
. . . and hopes for the future
2nd November 2015
Improving foraging conditions for Montagu’s Harriers
29th June 2015
Waves of terror in Starling flocks
How Starling flocks react to predator attacks
28th January 2015
A twist in the tale: Red Kites are back in town
Why are so many Red Kites visiting our towns?
13th October 2014
A tale of two kites
Web-based biodiversity data reveals a sedentary species is in fact a migrant