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9th October 2019

From EOU2019

Posted in: BOU members, BOU-funded, Conferences, scicomm, Science, science communication

A fantastic opportunity to present my PhD research

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28th September 2019

BOU members supported by travel awards

Posted in: BOU members, BOU-funded, Conferences, scicomm, Science, science communication, travel grant

  The BOU supported 12 members’ attendance at #EOU2019 (Cluj, Romania) and #AOC2019 (Darwin, Australia). Each have written an account of their experience. We’ll continue to add them as they are published here on #theBOUblog             Giulia Masoero, University of Turku, Finland @giumasoero EOU2019: “What a great scientific and social […]

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26th September 2019

From EOU2019

Posted in: BOU-funded, Conferences, scicomm, Science

Report from a BOU members attendance at EOU2019

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12th September 2019

From EOU2019

Posted in: BOU-funded, Conferences, EOU2019, News, scicomm, Science

What BOU member Alex Nicol-Harper made of EOU2019

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23rd June 2019

#ORNITHOLODAY | 3 July 2019

Posted in: eggs, endangered, oology, population dynamics, population recovery, populations, Science, threatened species

The implications of egg failure for threatened bird species

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30th January 2019

#ORNITHOLODAY | 6 February 2019

Posted in: Community, Conferences, News, scicomm, Science, science communication, Seabirds

A look back at previous World Seabird Twitter Conferences and information on the forthcoming #WSCT5

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19th July 2017

Of writing and Redshanks – the benefits of blogging with the BOU

Posted in: Altmetric, blog, blogging, BOU, BOU series, communication, Community, IBIS, Journal, People, sciblogging, scicomm, Science, science blogging, science communication, social media

#theBOUblog has forged a reputation for delivering for authors wanting to promote their research

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30th June 2017

BOU – we’re better when we’re together

Posted in: Altmetric, altmetrics, authors, BOU, BOU series, Community, IBIS, People, scicomm, Science, science communication, social media

How does a small society keep it together?

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30th May 2017

IBIS | New articles | May 2017

Posted in: IBIS, Journal, Science

Accepted and Early VIew articles published in IBIS in May 2017

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1st April 2017

IBIS | New articles | March 2017

Posted in: IBIS, Journal, new articles, Science

Accepted and Early VIew articles published in IBIS in March 2017

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1st March 2017

IBIS | New articles | February 2017

Posted in: Journal, Science

New articles published in IBIS during February 2017

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20th February 2017

Snowfinch population structure in western Europe

Posted in: adaptation, adult survival, alpine birds, Genetics, movements, population dynamics, Science

Integrating genetic and stable isotope analyses to infer Snowfinch population’s connectivity

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2nd February 2017

IBIS | New articles | January 2017

Posted in: Journal, Science

New articles published in IBIS during January 2017

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3rd October 2016

Nest predation in hybrid quails

Posted in: captive-bred, Farmland birds, game bird, hybrids, nest predation, nesting, Science, tracking

Could nest-site selection explain the lack of a hybrid quail swarm?

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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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11th January 2016

Living close, doing differently

Posted in: bird communities, breeding, colour ringing/banding, Science, Seabirds, tracking, winter, wintering

Breeding and wintering Mediterranean Gulls do not mix

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21st December 2015

Using seabird tracking data for marine conservation

Posted in: Conservation, distribution, Science, Seabirds, tracking

An unprecedented initiative to tackle threats to seabirds

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7th December 2015

New insights into the effects of climate change on Europe’s breeding birds

Posted in: adaptation, bird communities, breeding, climate change, ecology, migrant, phenology, Science

Effects of changing seasonal weather conditions

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