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23rd May 2014

Woodland birds response to climatic change: part 2

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, phenology, Science, woodland birds

Measuring insect poo to help investigate the impacts of climate change on woodland birds

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28th April 2014

Ash Dieback – how much should we worry?

Posted in: Conservation, disease, woodland birds

What happened to ash dieback?

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14th April 2014

Beyond the maps

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, Farmland birds, Science, Seabirds, upland birds, woodland birds

What now for all that data collected from the #birdatlas?

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31st March 2014

Woodland birds’ response to climatic change

Posted in: breeding, Conservation, phenology, Science, woodland birds

The impacts of climate change on the breeding birds

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17th March 2014

Yellowhammer dialects and history

Posted in: News

Yellowhammer dialects from New Zealand has raised some new questions

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12th March 2014

The Barred Long-tailed Cuckoo species complex

Posted in: Genetics, Migration, Taxonomy

Genetic structure offers insights into the evolution of migration and the taxonomy

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4th March 2014

Birds and dynamic soaring

Posted in: Science, Seabirds

Can a bird use dynamic soaring in a steady homogenous wind?

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3rd March 2014

The ‘anywhere’ article

Posted in: Community, Journal, News, Science

The enhanced ‘anywhere’ article comes to Ibis

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17th February 2014

Bird Atlas 2007-11: from start to finish

Posted in: News

A personal view of the #birdatlas project by the lead organiser and author

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28th January 2014

How to support biodiversity with ecological focus areas

Posted in: Conservation, Farmland birds, News, Science

Ecological focus areas (EFAs) need a minimal ecological quality to be effective

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6th January 2014

What say ye, countrymen, to a Jabber of Jays?

Posted in: Community, Names, News, nomenclature, People

Should the collective noun for jays be changed to a ‘jabber’?

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13th December 2013

Ornithological Twitterati, Tweetie-pies and #birdieluv

Posted in: Community, News, People, Science

Its amazing how much goodwill you get from a little sharing

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29th October 2013

What have conservation scientists ever done for birds?

Posted in: Community, Conservation, People, Science

Conservation scientists need to be better at telling others about their findings if we want more conservation action and impact

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13th September 2013

What do we know about the effect of disease on Turtle Doves?

Posted in: Conservation, Farmland birds, News, Science

The Turtle Dove is in serious decline across northern Europe. To understand what may be behind this decline, all aspects of the species' ecology is being investigated, including the effects of disease

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16th July 2013

Concessions in South-east Asia

Posted in: News

Millions of hectares of natural habitat are being lost to concessions in Cambodia and Laos with little assessment of the impacts to threatened species

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20th June 2013

EU Common Agricultural Policy Reform

Posted in: Conservation, Farmland birds

45% of Europe’s landmass is given over to agriculture which places a huge pressure on biodiversity of the continent

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29th May 2013

Yellowhammer dialects

Posted in: Science

Regional dialects have been discovered among many bird species including Yellowhammer.

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17th April 2013

Marine renewables and birds

Posted in: Bird Protection, Conferences, Science, Seabirds

Marine renewables and birds – how far have we come and where next for research?

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