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1st July 2017

IBIS | New articles | June 2017

Posted in: IBIS, Journal, new articles

Accepted and Early VIew articles published in IBIS in June 2017

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28th June 2017

The BOU – a personal perspective from the US

Posted in: BOU, BOU series, Community, IBIS, People, scicomm, social media, Twitter

The BOU educates and motivates members to engage with others

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26th June 2017

Sooty Falcons in Oman

Posted in: migrant, population dynamics, raptors

Reproduction and population dynamics of a poorly studied, Near Threatened, colony-nesting raptor

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21st June 2017

Listing into the future

Posted in: BOU, BOU series, BOURC, Community, Records Committee

The BOU has maintained the British List since the late 1800s.

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19th June 2017

Tracking is 90% catching

Posted in: bird movements, geolocator, Mediterranean forest, migrant, Migration, movements, tracking

To track small birds you need to catch them; twice…

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16th June 2017

2016 journal Impact Factors: Ornithology

Posted in: Altmetric, BOU, communication, Community, IBIS, Journal, journal metrics

What is the importance of journal Impact Factors?

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14th June 2017

What does it take to run the #1 ornithology journal?

Posted in: authors, BOU, BOU series, Community, IBIS, Journal, peer review

Managing an international journal is a massive team effort, and for IBIS this involves over 60 people

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12th June 2017

Snake phobia? Not for Fasciated Antshrikes!

Posted in: News

Fasciated Antshrikes regularly mob snakes and can escalate into deadly attacks

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7th June 2017

What makes a BOU conference?

Posted in: BOU, BOU series, Community, Conferences, People

Being a member of the BOU’s Meetings Committee is one of the most rewarding jobs in the BOU

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5th June 2017

Got an old smartphone? Turn it to a bird-monitoring app

Posted in: monitoring, technology

The use of a smartphone app for motion detection to monitor birds remotely

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31st May 2017

The BOU’s global ornithology community

Posted in: BOU, BOU series, Community, Journal, peer review, People

Community is the lifeblood running through all the BOU does

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30th May 2017

IBIS | New articles | May 2017

Posted in: IBIS, Journal, Science

Accepted and Early VIew articles published in IBIS in May 2017

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29th May 2017

The winter ecology of House Martins

Posted in: carry-over effects, migrant, Migration, stable isotopes, winter, wintering

Winter areas, spatial segregation and carry-over effects

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24th May 2017

Birds in the uplands

Posted in: land management, moorland, moorland birds, upland birds

How should we manage UK moorlands for birds?

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22nd May 2017

When the sun gets in your eyes

Posted in: behaviour, bird vision, shorebirds, waders

What happens to feeding birds when they have to deal with sun glare?

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15th May 2017

When not to tag a bird

Posted in: behaviour, gps tags, tracking

Tracking small songbirds generates important insights into avian ecology, but does not always work out the way you planned

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10th May 2017

Nightjars on migration

Posted in: bird movements, geolocator, gps tags, migrant, Migration, satellite tracking

Where do European Nightjars go?

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