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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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5th October 2015

Puffins have an eye for small fry

Posted in: adaptation, behaviour, evolution, foraging, Science, Seabirds

Visual fields in auks

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28th September 2015

Can Icelandic Whimbrels rise from the ashes?

Posted in: bird communities, breeding, Conservation, Disturbance, habitat, Science, shorebirds, waders

When in Spring 2010 Eyjafjallajökull’s volcanic eruption grounded most of the western world, Icelandic Whimbrels kept pushing North through the dust cloud.   José A. Alves Universities of Aveiro (CESAM) and Iceland   LINKED PAPER The effects of habitat type and volcanic eruptions on the breeding demography of Icelandic Whimbrels Numenius phaeopus. Katrínardóttir, B., Alves, […]

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21st September 2015

Mark My Bird: understanding the evolution of birds and bills

Posted in: adaptation, behaviour, biodiversity, crowd-sourcing, diversification, evolution, morphology, Science

Why birds diversified

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7th September 2015

Parental resource allocation varies throughout offspring development

Posted in: bird communities, breeding, foraging, Science, Seabirds

Response to changing offspring energy demands

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24th August 2015

Nest survival in agricultural grasslands

Posted in: breeding, Farmland birds, habitat, mortality, Science, shorebirds, tracking, waders, wetlands

What works?

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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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20th July 2015

Tracking seabird mortality induced by light pollution

Posted in: breeding, light pollution, mortality, News, Science, Seabirds, tracking

Impact of artificial lights on seabird fledglings

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3rd June 2015

The European Red List of Birds

Posted in: Bird Protection, Conservation, Science

A new basis for European bird conservation

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27th April 2015

Dartford Warbler: unplanned fires and opportunities for conservation

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, distribution, global change, habitat, Science, weather

How will global change affect the distribution of the Dartford Warbler?

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13th April 2015

Imperfect adaptation?

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, News, parasitism, Science

How birds defend their nests from parasitism

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7th April 2015

#BOU2015: an early-career researcher perspective

Posted in: awards, Community, Conferences, News, People, Science

Perfect for the ECR – fun, friendly and affordable!

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3rd April 2015

#BOU2015 – Avian Tracking conference

Posted in: awards, Community, Conferences, News, People, Science, tracking

The best yet!

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3rd April 2015

Godman Salvin Medal – Sarah Wanless

Posted in: awards, Community, Conferences, People, Science, Seabirds, tracking

Seabird ecologist honoured by the BOU

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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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16th March 2015

Of drones and birds

Posted in: Disturbance, News, Science, tracking

Does the presence of drones bother birds?

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9th March 2015

The secret lives of Nightjars

Posted in: breeding, foraging, habitat, News, Science, tracking, woodland birds

Shedding light on a mysterious species

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2nd March 2015

When should you eat?

Posted in: breeding, foraging, habitat, mortality, Science, woodland birds

Which feeding strategy is better for reproductive success?

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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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