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14th May 2018

Understanding the role of large raptors in modified ecosystems

Posted in: bird communities, birds of prey, ecology, predation, raptors

Influence of large raptors on other predator species

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7th May 2018

Light pollution and young Manx Shearwaters

Posted in: light pollution, Seabirds

How does the combination of light and weather affect Manx shearwaters in Scotland?

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30th April 2018

The year-round benefits of occupying preferred habitat

Posted in: adult survival, habitat, habitat selection, winter

Do habitat features that influence over-winter survival also influence reproductive success in a territorial, year-round resident?

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23rd April 2018

Is it all about publishing?

Posted in: careers, Conferences, early career, early-career researcher, ECR

How to maximise your chances of an academic career

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16th April 2018

O’ partner, where were thou?

Posted in: geolocator, Migration, monogamy, pair-bond, Seabirds

Auklet mates synchronize their activity after independent migration

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9th April 2018

Weathering the storm

Posted in: alpine birds, nesting, phenotypic plasticity, thermoregulation

How nesting behaviour may buffer alpine songbirds against weather variability

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4th April 2018

#BOU2018: 21st Century Ornithology

Posted in: Altmetric, Conferences, ECR, social media, technology

The future of birds, novel technologies and combined solutions

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2nd April 2018

Survival is (not) a dying art

Posted in: adult survival, birds of prey, raptors

All things considered, it is difficult to underestimate the importance of survival

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26th March 2018

Wing shape: migration vs predator escape

Posted in: bird movements, game bird, migrant, molt, predation, wing morphology

Differences in wing morphology between juvenile and adult European Turtle Doves

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19th March 2018

Power-line collisions threaten South African bustards

Posted in: collision, Conservation, mortality

What contributes to the unsustainably high rate of bustard power-line collisions?

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12th March 2018

PIT-tagging passerines – think twice prior to choosing the place

Posted in: PIT tags, tracking

Does the location of a PIT-tag affect a small bird’s fitness?

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8th March 2018

Comparing shorebird survival across the globe

Posted in: bird movements, breeding biology, citizen science, colour ringing/banding, ecology, IBIS, Migration, monitoring, movements, population dynamics, shorebirds, survival, tracking, waders

High adult annual survival rate is critical to population stability, but how do shorebird survival rates vary around the world?

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5th March 2018

Landfill sites and avian conservation

Posted in: migrant, Migration, migration stopover, soaring birds

Importance of artificial stopover sites through avian migration flyways

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26th February 2018

Every picture tells a story

Posted in: physiology, thermal imaging

Thermal imaging reveals how birds cope with changing environments

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19th February 2018

Untangling the non-breeding populations of shorebirds

Posted in: colour ringing/banding, non-breeding ecology, waders

Understanding non-breeding site use by Piping Plovers

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12th February 2018

On the rocks: Rock Sandpipers and cold Alaskan winters

Posted in: foraging, non-breeding ecology, waders

The not-so-obvious reasons why Rock Sandpipers winter in Alaska

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5th February 2018

Taking stock of our seabirds

Posted in: monitoring, Seabirds, trends

The importance of censuses for assessing change in seabird populations

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29th January 2018

How many point counts are enough?

Posted in: bird atlas, monitoring, survey

For large-scale projects like bird atlases, it’s important to find the sweet spot for survey effort

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25th January 2018

Twitter masterclass 14

Posted in: scicomm, science communication, social media, Twitter

Game changer! Preparing and sending Twitter presentations from your smartphone or tablet

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