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26th March 2020

Fledging into the wild

Posted in: automated radiotelemetry, mark‐recapture, MOTUS, survival, tracking

What determines survival of juvenile Barn Swallows during the post-fledgling period?

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21st March 2020

Best ECR IBIS paper – 2019

Posted in: carry-over effects, condition, early career, early-career researcher, ECR, News, tracking

And the winner is . . .

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10th February 2020

Do back-pack transmitters affect breeding performance?

Posted in: nesting success, News, satellite tracking, tracking

No effect of back-pack transmitters on breeding performance in a migratory bustard

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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 April 2019

Constrained to roam by your breeding neighbour

Posted in: aseasonal, tracking, tropical birds

What influences the home range of tropical Red-capped Larks in a habitat devoid of any seasonality?

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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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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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16th February 2019

Fast autumns and slower springs

Posted in: geolocator, migrant, Migration, shorebirds, tracking, waders

Icelandic Whimbrel bend the rule of faster spring migration

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12th March 2018

PIT-tagging passerines – think twice prior to choosing the place

Posted in: PIT tags, tracking

Does the location of a PIT-tag affect a small bird’s fitness?

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8th March 2018

Comparing shorebird survival across the globe

Posted in: bird movements, breeding biology, citizen science, colour ringing/banding, ecology, IBIS, Migration, monitoring, movements, population dynamics, shorebirds, survival, tracking, waders

High adult annual survival rate is critical to population stability, but how do shorebird survival rates vary around the world?

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27th November 2017

A wader detective story

Posted in: predation, tracking, waders

Chick predation CSI in a high-stakes game of predator prey

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31st July 2017

Linnets on the move

Posted in: behaviour, migrant, Migration, tracking

Migratory behaviour of a diurnally migrating songbird, as revealed by geolocation and captive studies

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19th June 2017

Tracking is 90% catching

Posted in: bird movements, geolocator, Mediterranean forest, migrant, Migration, movements, tracking

To track small birds you need to catch them; twice…

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15th May 2017

When not to tag a bird

Posted in: behaviour, gps tags, tracking

Tracking small songbirds generates important insights into avian ecology, but does not always work out the way you planned

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9th January 2017

Flight

Posted in: feathers, flight, foraging, Migration, molt, moult, tracking, weather, wind

A look at the special issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, examining how flying animals respond to the challenges – and opportunities – that come with moving in a medium that is, itself, on the move.

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3rd October 2016

Nest predation in hybrid quails

Posted in: captive-bred, Farmland birds, game bird, hybrids, nest predation, nesting, Science, tracking

Could nest-site selection explain the lack of a hybrid quail swarm?

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6th June 2016

Tracking Black-headed Grosbeak through the annual cycle

Posted in: bird movements, gps tags, Migration, molt, moult, raptors, tracking

GPS-tracking reveals non-breeding locations and apparent molt-migration

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16th May 2016

Bird whereabouts reveal key habitat attributes

Posted in: bird movements, habitat, tracking

Songbird movements within home ranges point to important habitat features   Vitek Jirinec College of William & Mary, Virginia, USA   Robert E. Isdell Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA   Matthias Leu College of William & Mary, Virginia, USA   LINKED PAPER Prey availability and habitat structure explain breeding space use of a migratory […]

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14th March 2016

Mitigation or Compensation: Captive-breeding Houbara

Posted in: captive-bred, captive-breeding, Conservation, geolocator, gps tags, hunting pressure, re-introduction, tracking

Can captive-breeding support the hunted Asian Houbara?

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