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25th September 2017

Stress and survival

Posted in: raptors, rehabilitation, survival

Does feather corticosterone predict future survival?

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26th June 2017

Sooty Falcons in Oman

Posted in: migrant, population dynamics, raptors

Reproduction and population dynamics of a poorly studied, Near Threatened, colony-nesting raptor

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9th January 2017

Peregrine recovery: building on successes

Posted in: population recovery, raptors, territory occupancy

Previous territory occupancy and successes are features of Peregrine recovery

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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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5th December 2016

Winter Buzzard diet on a Red Grouse moor

Posted in: diet, diet composition, raptors, red grouse

What’s on the menu for buzzards this winter?

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28th November 2016

Raptors as urban-adapters?

Posted in: raptors, urban birds

What can Cape Town’s Black Sparrowhawks tell us about city-dwelling raptors?

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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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18th July 2016

The eagle has landed – vultures use raptors to find food

Posted in: ecology, game theory, raptors, scavengers, vultures

Carrion isn’t the only thing vultures scavenge; they exploit the superior foraging abilities of eagles to find their food.

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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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23rd May 2016

What do Galapagos Hawks eat after the goats are gone?

Posted in: Conservation, diet, diet composition, ecology, habitat, island birds, non-natives, raptors

After the eradication of exotic goats on Santiago Island, Galapagos hawks prey deliveries consist mainly of introduced black rats

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29th February 2016

Eagles and agriculture can co-exist

Posted in: agriculture, breeding, land use, productivity, raptors

Good news! Land use change is not necessarily detrimental to Verreaux’s Eagles

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25th January 2016

The plight of the Egyptian Vulture . . .

Posted in: behaviour, Bird Protection, breeding, communal, Conservation, Disturbance, endangered, nesting, population dynamics, raptors, roost, Science

. . . and hopes for the future

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2nd November 2015

Birdfields

Posted in: biodiversity, bird communities, breeding, Conferences, Farmland birds, foraging, habitat, raptors, Science, tracking

Improving foraging conditions for Montagu’s Harriers

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29th June 2015

Waves of terror in Starling flocks

Posted in: behaviour, mortality, News, raptors, roost

How Starling flocks react to predator attacks

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28th January 2015

A twist in the tale: Red Kites are back in town

Posted in: distribution, foraging, gardens, habitat, raptors, Science

Why are so many Red Kites visiting our towns?

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13th October 2014

A tale of two kites

Posted in: distribution, Migration, News, raptors, Science, tracking

Web-based biodiversity data reveals a sedentary species is in fact a migrant

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6th August 2014

Hen Harriers: going, going . .

Posted in: News, raptors, Science, upland birds

Why is the Hen Harrier almost extinct in England?

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