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Seabirds

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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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3rd July 2017

Survival of the prettiest

Posted in: evolution, feathers, longevity, mate selection, Seabirds, survival

Does wing pattern predict longevity?

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20th March 2017

Sensitive females and costly males

Posted in: behaviour, fledglings, Seabirds

Are female African penguins more vulnerable than males?

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6th March 2017

Using cameras to investigate egg predation

Posted in: nest predation, predation, Seabirds

Investigating Brown Rat predation of seabird eggs using camera traps and experimental nests

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13th February 2017

Bird photography is here to stay

Posted in: moult, plumage, Seabirds

Using field photography to study avian moult

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22nd August 2016

Is handling stressful for birds?

Posted in: bird handling, fledglings, Seabirds

Assessing the effects of handling on nestlings: a case study of the European Storm Petrel

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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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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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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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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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8th June 2015

Range expansion of non-native Acacia species: Acacia cyclops and birds

Posted in: Conservation, foraging, habitat, News, non-natives, Seabirds

Do birds disperse non-native plants?

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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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19th January 2015

Bycatch in gillnet fisheries: a bird’s eye view

Posted in: Bird Protection, Conservation, fisheries, foraging, mortality, Science, Seabirds

Can we reduce the 400,000 bird deaths caused by gillnets each year?

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24th November 2014

Offshore wind: the importance of bird density and breeding season definitions

Posted in: Bird Protection, breeding, Conservation, Disturbance, Migration, News, renewable energy, Seabirds, tracking, wind farms

Offshore collision risk modelling can be insufficiently precautionary

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