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17th July 2019

New tiny fish-eating Pliocene albatross discovered

Posted in: News, Seabirds

The most complete fossil albatross skull has been discovered

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1st July 2019

Photographing gull eggs

Posted in: Conservation, diet, eggs, Seabirds, stable isotopes

How resource use can affect egg traits in Herring Gulls

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8th April 2019

Herring Gull habits

Posted in: behaviour, bio-logging, foraging, gps tags, Seabirds

Why some Herring Gulls stay where they are, while others move around

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28th March 2019

Prioritising the world’s islands to save threatened biodiversity

Posted in: Conservation, island birds, islands, News, RSPB science, Seabirds

But how?

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25th March 2019

Regular overland migration of Arctic Terns

Posted in: geolocator, Migration, Seabirds, tracking

Arctic Terns migrate on a global scale and marine routes can take second place to overland migration

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17th March 2019

Highlights from the latest issue of IBIS

Posted in: breeding biology, climate change, IBIS, Seabirds

The editors’ picks from our latest issue

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11th March 2019

Where and when do Northern Fulmar moult?

Posted in: geolocator, moult, phenology, Seabirds, tracking

Pushing forward the frontiers of knowledge in seabird ecology

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26th February 2019

Glowing horns in a secretive seabird

Posted in: adaptation, biofluorescence, breeding, Fluorescence, ornamentation, reproductive signalling, Seabirds, ultraviolet light

Rhinoceros Auklets found to have fluorescent bill structures during breeding season

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16th February 2019

Caning for conservation

Posted in: Conservation, predation, Seabirds

Bamboo canes could be a versatile and inexpensive tool to help reduce predation from large gulls on ground nesting seabirds

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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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17th December 2018

The proof is in the pellets

Posted in: diet, diet composition, Seabirds

Seabird diet composition changes dramatically over three decades in both summer and winter

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22nd October 2018

Mice wreak havoc for South Atlantic seabirds

Posted in: Conservation, island birds, Seabirds

Invasive mice kill nearly 2 million birds a year on Gough Island

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24th September 2018

The shape of birds’ eggs

Posted in: eggs, evolution, incubation, Seabirds

Does selection during the incubation period influence egg shape?

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7th May 2018

Light pollution and young Manx Shearwaters

Posted in: light pollution, Seabirds

How does the combination of light and weather affect Manx shearwaters in Scotland?

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16th April 2018

O’ partner, where were thou?

Posted in: geolocator, Migration, monogamy, pair-bond, Seabirds

Auklet mates synchronize their activity after independent migration

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5th February 2018

Taking stock of our seabirds

Posted in: monitoring, Seabirds, trends

The importance of censuses for assessing change in seabird populations

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27th December 2017

Concerns for Guillemot chicks on Skomer

Posted in: climate change, diet, diet composition, monitoring, Seabirds

Long-term monitoring is key to understanding changes in Guillemot populations

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4th December 2017

Shag diet: A new fad?

Posted in: climate change, diet, diet composition, Seabirds

Shag diet composition diversifies over 3 decades due to ocean warming

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29th November 2017

Not all black and white: taking into account a birds eye view

Posted in: bird vision, Seabirds

Can seabirds tell the difference between live and museum specimens?

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