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20th February 2017

Snowfinch population structure in western Europe

Posted in: adaptation, adult survival, alpine birds, Genetics, movements, population dynamics, Science

Integrating genetic and stable isotope analyses to infer Snowfinch population’s connectivity

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13th February 2017

Bird photography is here to stay

Posted in: moult, plumage, Seabirds

Using field photography to study avian moult

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6th February 2017

Risking it all in a direct flight

Posted in: bird movements, migrant, Migration, waders

The non-stop migrations of Whimbrels between Iceland and West Africa

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30th January 2017

Breeding Whimbrel habitat characteristics in Shetland

Posted in: Conservation, habitat, habitat selection

Do Whimbrel adults and chicks use different habitats?

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23rd January 2017

Connections between the Andes and the mountains of Brazil

Posted in: alpine birds, cloud forest, Genetics, Taxonomy, tropical birds

Discovery of new species supports previous climatic and environmental connections between the Andes Mountains and the mountains of eastern Brazil.

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16th January 2017

Do we have a future? Starlings say no.

Posted in: creative writing, scientific essay

A 46-year starling study in New Zealand is used to illustrate social and cultural evolution in laymans’ language

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9th January 2017

Peregrine recovery: building on successes

Posted in: population recovery, raptors, territory occupancy

Previous territory occupancy and successes are features of Peregrine recovery

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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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7th January 2017

Most downloaded IBIS papers in 2016

Posted in: IBIS, Journal

Most downloaded IBIS papers of 2016

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6th January 2017

Most cited IBIS papers: 2015 – 2016

Posted in: IBIS, Journal

The most-cited papers from IBIS in 2015-16

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3rd January 2017

Turtle Dove diet in Mediterranean forest areas

Posted in: agriculture, diet, diet composition, Mediterranean forest

What kind of wild seeds are consumed by Turtle Doves in forest areas?

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27th December 2016

Keeping up with climate change

Posted in: climate change, Migration, raptors, soaring birds

Does the timing of migration reflect population trends of soaring birds?

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19th December 2016

Infrared uncovers secrets of migration

Posted in: Migration, thermal imaging

A bird’s eye view of the Bay of Biscay

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13th December 2016

Conference tweeting: what is it good for?

Posted in: Conferences, scicomm, social media, Twitter

Can we do better as presenters and hosts to maximise our conference outreach?

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12th December 2016

Nest predation in urban gardens

Posted in: garden birds, garden feeding, nest predation

Does feeding birds increase local nest predation?

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5th December 2016

Winter Buzzard diet on a Red Grouse moor

Posted in: diet, diet composition, raptors, red grouse

What’s on the menu for buzzards this winter?

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28th November 2016

Raptors as urban-adapters?

Posted in: raptors, urban birds

What can Cape Town’s Black Sparrowhawks tell us about city-dwelling raptors?

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21st November 2016

Habitat restoration goes downhill

Posted in: habitat, habitat restoration, upland birds

Do bird communities recover when alpine ski pistes are restored?

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14th November 2016

Reversing population declines in migratory bird species

Posted in: adult survival, Conservation, demography, migrant, Migration, productivity

Could increasing productivity reverse declines in Willow Warbler populations?

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