24th June 2019
Double white-eye discovery
Two new bird species from the unique and understudied Sulawesi region
17th June 2019
Avian migration from a tropical perspective
How do resident and migratory birds assemble in Mexican wetlands?
13th June 2019
Blood parasites in the Blue-crowned Manakin
Can levels of the hormone corticosterone predict parasite infections in this tropical bird?
10th June 2019
The Blue-throated Flycatcher complex in India
Adding a new breeding bird species to India’s list
29th April 2019
Nesting in a degraded cloud forest
Placid Greenbuls show flexible nesting behaviour in a degraded cloud forest
22nd April 2019
The perks of being a mainland species on an oceanic island
What does seasonal population matrix modelling reveal for the Red‐tailed Hawk in Puerto Rico?
1st April 2019
Constrained to roam by your breeding neighbour
What influences the home range of tropical Red-capped Larks in a habitat devoid of any seasonality?
12th November 2018
Differing priorities in the timing of annual life history events
Why does the Common Bulbul breed year-round despite predictable seasonal aridity?
30th May 2018
Is life longer in the tropics?
Forest passerine survival rates go down with increasing latitude
2nd October 2017
Taking it slow in the tropics
Contrasting life-history evolution in New World thrushes
14th August 2017
How many species is the Pectoral Sparrow?
Morphology and songs defining what is intra/inter specific variation
18th April 2017
A giant hidden in the rainforest
The enigmatic São Tomé Grosbeak is the World’s largest canary
23rd January 2017
Connections between the Andes and the mountains of Brazil
Discovery of new species supports previous climatic and environmental connections between the Andes Mountains and the mountains of eastern Brazil.
8th August 2016
The march of the triffids
Shifting agriculture supports more rainforest birds than oil palm or teak monocultures.
30th May 2016
The riddle of elevation for tropical birds
Does interspecific aggression influence elevational limits in closely related species that replace one another along the elevational gradient?