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14th September 2020

Can leisure and birds coexist on beaches?

Posted in: Conservation, Disturbance, flushing behaviour, habituation, shorebirds, thermal stress, waders

Dogs disturb nesting plovers more than people do on tourist beaches

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10th September 2020

How many Scarlet Macaw subspecies are there?

Posted in: biodiversity, Genetics, News, Psittaciformes, Taxonomy

And what does this mean for the conservation of this species?

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7th September 2020

Climate change and food-hoarding behaviour: is the freezer still working?

Posted in: birds of prey, climate change, food hoarding, forest birds, News, predator-prey interactions

Climate change may melt Pygmy Owls’ “freezers” and reduce their overwinter survival

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3rd September 2020

Rainbow blog

Posted in: Community, diveristy, LGBT, LGBTQIA+, Rainbow blog

How do I become a better Ally?

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31st August 2020

Neonicotinoids

Posted in: agriculture, biomonitoring, insecticide, neonicotinoids, sub-lethal

Not just about the bees!

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27th August 2020

The rise of the Inca Empire was partly driven by seabird guano

Posted in: Bird Protection, colonial birds, Conservation, News, Seabirds

The Incas implemented the first conservation measures in human history to protect the seabird colonies that provided the guano.

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24th August 2020

The fable of Audubon the scientist

Posted in: News

Does American bird conservation have a branding problem?

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20th August 2020

Rainbow blog

Posted in: Community, diveristy, LGBT, LGBTQIA+, News, Rainbow blog

Letter to a young queer ornithologist

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17th August 2020

Time for Europe-wide action to save Hen Harriers and Short-eared Owls

Posted in: birds of prey, Conservation

Using expert knowledge to map the road to recovery for Europe’s open-country birds of prey

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13th August 2020

Into the pine woods

Posted in: competition, foraging, forest birds

High group density results in fierce competition between groups of Red-cockaded Woodpecker.

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10th August 2020

The smallest Mediterranean seabird makes the longest foraging trips

Posted in: foraging, gps tags, Seabirds, tracking

Mediterranean Storm Petrels travel more than 1,500 km in 3-4 days

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10th August 2020

Rainbow Blog

Posted in: Community, diveristy, LGBT, LGBTQIA+, Rainbow blog

Bringing the LGBTQIA+ to life – T

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5th August 2020

Vultures and condors may help to prevent the spread of infectious diseases

Posted in: behaviour, condors, disease, infectious diseases, scavengers, vultures

While pathogen microorganisms colonise obligate scavenger birds, there is no clear evidence of them spreading pathogens to the ecosystem

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30th July 2020

What is happening at the nest?

Posted in: breeding success, cameras, monitoring, nesting success, News

Deducing nest survival with different monitoring schemes and cameras.

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16th July 2020

Understanding competition between colonies helps to protect seabirds

Posted in: Bird Protection, competition, Seabirds

High levels of inter-colony competition can lead to segregation of foraging areas.

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13th July 2020

Dear enemies or nasty neighbours? Same difference

Posted in: bird song, song, tropical birds

How do male Hawaii ‘Elepaio respond to conspecific playbacks from different habitat fragments?

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6th July 2020

Understanding Whimbrel spring migratory behaviour

Posted in: Migration, migration stopover, waders, weather, wind

Why do Whimbrels stopover in spring: weather constraints or flexible schedules?

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2nd July 2020

Little Bustards and where to find them

Posted in: agriculture, breeding, Conservation, habitat selection, News

Do males and females select the same habitats?

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