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18th August 2014

What do you mean you ‘don’t know how to optimize your paper for SEO?!

Posted in: Journal, News, People, Science, social media

How to optimize your paper for search engines

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6th August 2014

Hen Harriers: going, going . .

Posted in: News, raptors, Science, upland birds

Why is the Hen Harrier almost extinct in England?

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1st August 2014

What IF?

Posted in: Journal, News, Science

Is there more to Journal Impact Factors?

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28th July 2014

Engaging local communities in conserving habitats of Himalayan birds

Posted in: Community, Conservation, News, People

Conservation initiatives, particular in remoter areas, rely heavily on local community engagement if they are to be successful

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17th July 2014

The benefits of blogging about your research

Posted in: Community, Journal, News, People, Science, social media

The BOU offers authors the chance to promote their work and benefit from all that blogging now offers

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10th July 2014

What is Altmetric?

Posted in: Community, Journal, News, People, social media

Altmetric is here. But what is it?

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19th June 2014

Making social media and the web work for you

Posted in: Community, People, social media

You think you know how to use social media and search engines. Think again.

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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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