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16th October 2017

Parrots in an urban jungle

Posted in: breeding, nesting, parrot, urban birds

Winters are fine, cars are not – wild parrots in Germany

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9th October 2017

Chasing isotope ‘ghosts’

Posted in: Conservation, endangered, feathers, fieldwork, stable isotopes, waders

Where do Slender-billed Curlews breed?

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2nd October 2017

Taking it slow in the tropics

Posted in: evolution, life history, survival, tropical birds

Contrasting life-history evolution in New World thrushes

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25th September 2017

Stress and survival

Posted in: raptors, rehabilitation, survival

Does feather corticosterone predict future survival?

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18th September 2017

Towards a chicken’s breast

Posted in: evolution, flight, palaeontology

How an important skeletomuscular correlate of flapping flight evolved

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11th September 2017

Early birds do not catch the “extra worm”

Posted in: breeding, extra pair paternity, migrant

Pied Flycatchers do not gain more extra-pair paternity by arriving earlier

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11th September 2017

Reviewing a paper

Posted in: authors, early-career researcher, ECR, IBIS, Journal, peer review

Peer review is one of the core activities of science

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4th September 2017

Umbrellas for grassland bird conservation

Posted in: agriculture, grassland, habitat, land management

Can we conserve the entire grassland avifauna by protecting the Corncrake only?

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1st September 2017

IBIS | New articles | August 2017

Posted in: IBIS, Journal, new articles

Accepted and Early VIew articles published in IBIS in August 2017

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28th August 2017

SpotEgg: Measuring coloration and patterning

Posted in: camouflage, image processing, technology

A new image processing tool for coloration and patterning analysis in ecology applications

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21st August 2017

Kleptoparasitism in urban and coastal gulls

Posted in: News

Differences in kleptoparasitism between an urban and a coastal gull population

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18th August 2017

#TheTweetingBird

Posted in: Altmetric, altmetrics, Facebook, sciblogging, scicomm, science blogging, science communication, social media, Twitter

Using social media to communicate science in order to benefit your research

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16th August 2017

Twitter masterclass 13

Posted in: scicomm, science communication, social media, Twitter

Is your Twitter profile fit for purpose? Are you attracting or putting off followers?

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14th August 2017

How many species is the Pectoral Sparrow?

Posted in: Taxonomy, tropical birds

Morphology and songs defining what is intra/inter specific variation

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7th August 2017

Embryonic hypothermia tolerance: adaptation to disturbance?

Posted in: adaptation, Disturbance, incubation, nesting

Unusual incubation behaviour and embryonic tolerance of hypothermia in the Sichuan Partridge

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4th August 2017

How social is #AOSSCO17?

Posted in: Community, Conferences, engagement, Facebook, scicomm, science communication, social media, Twitter

Ornithologists are a social bunch, which is easy to see at #AOSSCO17 here in Michigan. But can we measure how social they are in promoting their research, particularly online? Steve Dudley BOU   At #NAOC2016 last year, I attempted to measure the social media presence of those attending the largest ever ornithology meeting. The only […]

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2nd August 2017

Keep it simple

Posted in: habitat, habitat selection, occupancy, remote sensing, woodland birds

Structural diversity in forests favors avian diversity – but not the endangered Wood Warbler

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1st August 2017

IBIS | New articles | July 2017

Posted in: IBIS, Journal, new articles

Accepted and Early VIew articles published in IBIS in July 2017

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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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