7th May 2018
Light pollution and young Manx Shearwaters
How does the combination of light and weather affect Manx shearwaters in Scotland?
16th April 2018
O’ partner, where were thou?
Auklet mates synchronize their activity after independent migration
5th February 2018
Taking stock of our seabirds
The importance of censuses for assessing change in seabird populations
27th December 2017
Concerns for Guillemot chicks on Skomer
Long-term monitoring is key to understanding changes in Guillemot populations
4th December 2017
Shag diet: A new fad?
Shag diet composition diversifies over 3 decades due to ocean warming
29th November 2017
Not all black and white: taking into account a birds eye view
Can seabirds tell the difference between live and museum specimens?
3rd July 2017
Survival of the prettiest
Does wing pattern predict longevity?
20th March 2017
Sensitive females and costly males
Are female African penguins more vulnerable than males?
6th March 2017
Using cameras to investigate egg predation
Investigating Brown Rat predation of seabird eggs using camera traps and experimental nests
13th February 2017
Bird photography is here to stay
Using field photography to study avian moult
22nd August 2016
Is handling stressful for birds?
Assessing the effects of handling on nestlings: a case study of the European Storm Petrel
11th January 2016
Living close, doing differently
Breeding and wintering Mediterranean Gulls do not mix
21st December 2015
Using seabird tracking data for marine conservation
An unprecedented initiative to tackle threats to seabirds
5th October 2015
Puffins have an eye for small fry
Visual fields in auks
7th September 2015
Parental resource allocation varies throughout offspring development
Response to changing offspring energy demands
20th July 2015
Tracking seabird mortality induced by light pollution
Impact of artificial lights on seabird fledglings
8th June 2015
Range expansion of non-native Acacia species: Acacia cyclops and birds
Do birds disperse non-native plants?
3rd April 2015
Godman Salvin Medal – Sarah Wanless
Seabird ecologist honoured by the BOU