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11th May 2015

Twitter #masterclass 5

Posted in: Community, People, social media

Content is everything

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27th April 2015

Dartford Warbler: unplanned fires and opportunities for conservation

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, distribution, global change, habitat, Science, weather

How will global change affect the distribution of the Dartford Warbler?

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13th April 2015

Imperfect adaptation?

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, News, parasitism, Science

How birds defend their nests from parasitism

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7th April 2015

#BOU2015: an early-career researcher perspective

Posted in: awards, Community, Conferences, News, People, Science

Perfect for the ECR – fun, friendly and affordable!

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3rd April 2015

Union Medal – John Croxall

Posted in: News

Award for significant contribution to the BOU

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3rd April 2015

Godman Salvin Medal – Sarah Wanless

Posted in: awards, Community, Conferences, People, Science, Seabirds, tracking

Seabird ecologist honoured by the BOU

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16th March 2015

Of drones and birds

Posted in: Disturbance, News, Science, tracking

Does the presence of drones bother birds?

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9th March 2015

The secret lives of Nightjars

Posted in: breeding, foraging, habitat, News, Science, tracking, woodland birds

Shedding light on a mysterious species

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2nd March 2015

When should you eat?

Posted in: breeding, foraging, habitat, mortality, Science, woodland birds

Which feeding strategy is better for reproductive success?

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9th February 2015

Twitter #masterclass 4 – organise your incoming tweets

Posted in: Community, News, People, social media

In this series of mini-blogs I will offer tips on how to get the most from your tweets. Steve Dudley | BOU I’ve written before about how best to use Twitter and how Twitter is ideal for building communities and engaging with others. But it still surprises me how many regular Twitterati still don’t know […]

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28th January 2015

A twist in the tale: Red Kites are back in town

Posted in: distribution, foraging, gardens, habitat, raptors, Science

Why are so many Red Kites visiting our towns?

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19th January 2015

Bycatch in gillnet fisheries: a bird’s eye view

Posted in: Bird Protection, Conservation, fisheries, foraging, mortality, Science, Seabirds

Can we reduce the 400,000 bird deaths caused by gillnets each year?

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12th January 2015

Does the early bird catch the worm? How to measure bird phenology

Posted in: breeding, Migration, News, phenology, Science

Are first arrival dates a good measure of phenology?

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5th January 2015

A home away from home: flickers use cavities all year

Posted in: breeding, geolocator, habitat, Migration, phenology, Science, tracking

Technology reveals the extent of cavity use by Norther Flicker

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22nd December 2014

Do birds of a feather flock together?

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, distribution, habitat, wetlands

How habitat preferences vary

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15th December 2014

Wind support makes migrants restless

Posted in: Migration, Science, weather, wind

Wind conditions predict nocturnal restlessness in a migratory songbird

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8th December 2014

Tweeting better – #masterclass 3

Posted in: Community, People, social media

Editing and structuring your tweets

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