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Seabirds

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27th August 2020

The rise of the Inca Empire was partly driven by seabird guano

Posted in: Bird Protection, colonial birds, Conservation, News, Seabirds

The Incas implemented the first conservation measures in human history to protect the seabird colonies that provided the guano.

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10th August 2020

The smallest Mediterranean seabird makes the longest foraging trips

Posted in: foraging, gps tags, Seabirds, tracking

Mediterranean Storm Petrels travel more than 1,500 km in 3-4 days

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16th July 2020

Understanding competition between colonies helps to protect seabirds

Posted in: Bird Protection, competition, Seabirds

High levels of inter-colony competition can lead to segregation of foraging areas.

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11th June 2020

From sandeels to seabirds

Posted in: foraging, foraging resource limitation, provisioning, puffins, RSPB science, Seabirds

Changes to North Sea sandeel populations are having a devastating impact on seabirds

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18th May 2020

Reflections on the 6th World Seabird Twitter Conference

Posted in: Seabirds, twitter conference

Seabirders flock to the 6th World Seabird Twitter Conference

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23rd April 2020

Learning to forage

Posted in: behaviour, colonial birds, foraging, gps tags, News, Seabirds

Juvenile Red-footed Boobies gather close to the colony to practice their foraging skills.

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23rd March 2020

Tracking Red-billed Tropicbirds

Posted in: foraging, geolocator, gps tags, News, Seabirds

Investigating the foraging ecology of tropicbirds around Cape Verde

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16th March 2020

IBIS special issue

Posted in: IBIS, Migration, movement, movements, passerines, passive acoustic monitoring, passive monitoring, populations, raptors, Seabirds, special issue

Avian Migration and Movement

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9th March 2020

New insights from old eggs

Posted in: egg shape, eggs, Seabirds

The shape and thickness of Great Auk eggs

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5th March 2020

#WSTC6 – 6th World Seabird Twitter Conference

Posted in: Conferences, scicomm, science communication, Seabirds, twitter conference

Information including keynotes and abstract submission (until 15 March)

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20th February 2020

Round Island fieldwork

Posted in: BOU, BOU Warham Student, BOU-funded, breeding, breeding biology, camara traps, early career, early-career researcher, ECR, hybridization, islands, islands birds, monitoring, passive monitoring, remote sensing, Seabirds

Warham PhD Student Kirsty Franklin, tells us about her first field season in the Indian Ocean

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30th September 2019

Plastic nests

Posted in: nesting material, plastics, pollution, Seabirds

Monitoring anthropogenic debris in Northern Gannet nests

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16th September 2019

The lie of the “black lightning”: signal reliability in a seabird

Posted in: colouration, Disturbance, plumage, Seabirds

Does Storm Petrels’ plumage coloration reliably signal body condition?

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22nd August 2019

The ‘Round Island’ petrel conundrum

Posted in: BOU Warham Student, ECR, Round Island petrel, Seabirds, tracking

The first BOU John & Pat Warham Studentship

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1st August 2019

Just what is a species?

Posted in: cryptic species, DNA sequencing, Genetics, News, Seabirds, storm-petrels

Cryptic species of storm-petrels uncovered using DNA sequencing

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22nd July 2019

The secret life of urban gulls

Posted in: behaviour, habitat selection, nesting, Seabirds, urban birds

How do urban gulls utilize their environment?

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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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