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24th April 2017

The real treasure of Juan Fernández

Posted in: competition, forest birds, hummingbirds, island birds

Does a congeneric competitor affect the Critically Endangered Juan Fernández Firecrown?

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melo & stervander featured
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18th April 2017

A Giant hidden in the rainforest

Posted in: DNA sequencing, Taxonomy, tropical birds

The enigmatic São Tomé Grosbeak is the World’s largest canary

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5th April 2017

#BOU2017: International and inspiring

Posted in: Community, Conferences, early career, early-career researcher, ECR, engagement

Why the BOU Annual Conference is always a good idea

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burnside migration featured
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3rd April 2017

Lazy bustards: captive-bred Houbara migrate late

Posted in: captive-bred, captive-breeding, Migration

Do captive-bred Asian Houbara replicate wild migration strategies?

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Blog Sao Tome Grosbeack featured
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1st April 2017

IBIS | New articles | March 2017

Posted in: IBIS, Journal, new articles, Science

VIEW – current issue | VIEW – editor’s choice | VIEW – all issues IBIS continuously publishes research articles online as: Accepted articles (peer-reviewed awaiting final edit and layout, DOI assigned); Early view articles (first sight of fully edited publication); and Within issue articles (article assigned to an issue with page numbers).   Accepted articles […]

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martin birds eye view featured
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27th March 2017

Birds’ eye views

Posted in: bird vision, sensory ecology, vultures

Sensory ecology sharpens ideas about the worlds that birds inhabit

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Spelt featured
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20th March 2017

Sensitive females and costly males

Posted in: behaviour, fledglings, Seabirds

Are female African penguins more vulnerable than males?

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Dimitriou featured
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13th March 2017

DNA-barcoding against poaching: the Cyprus paradigm

Posted in: bird trapping, Conservation, DNA barcoding

How could DNA barcoding be an ace up the sleeve against poaching?

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OHanlon featured
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6th March 2017

Using cameras to investigate egg predation

Posted in: nest predation, predation, Seabirds

Investigating Brown Rat predation of seabird eggs using camera traps and experimental nests

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1st March 2017

IBIS | New articles | February 2017

Posted in: Journal, Science

New articles published in IBIS during February 2017

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mainwaring featured
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27th February 2017

Nest building in a changing climate

Posted in: adaptation, behaviour, climate change, nesting, phenology

Predicting the effects of climate change on the nesting behaviour of birds and other animals

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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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Vieira featured
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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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mendez featured
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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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2nd February 2017

IBIS | New articles | January 2017

Posted in: Journal, Science

New articles published in IBIS during January 2017

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cosgrove featured
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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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Rodrigues featured
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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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