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The Impacts of Non-native Species

The proceedings of the BOU’s 2008 Autumn Scientific Meeting supported by
British Trust for Ornithology, Defra, Joint Nature Conservation Committee and Natural England

 
EDITORIAL – The Impacts of non-native species
Niall Burton (British Trust for Ornithology), Helen Baker (JNCC), Ian Carter (Natural England), Niall Moore (Non-natives Species Secretariat, Fera) & Andy Clements (British Trust for Ornithology)

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The impacts of non-native species - an introduction
Andy Clements (British Trust for Ornithology)

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Ruddy Ducks, an overview of population development and the planning and success of control programme
Iain Henderson (Central Science Laboratory)

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A comparison of the establishment, expansion and potential impacts of two introduced parakeets in the United Kingdom
John Tayleur (British Trust for Ornithology)

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Managing non-native mammals in seabird colonies - experiences from Canna
Richard Luxmoore, Abbie Patterson, Bob Swann & Elizabeth Bell (National Trust for Scotland)

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Impacts of non-native mammals and plants on birds in UK Overseas Territories
Geoff Hilton & Richard Cuthbert (RSPB)

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The spread of Muntjac and Fallow Deer - a problem for woodland birds?
Rob Fuller (British Trust for Ornithology) & Robin Gill (Forest Research)

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The effect on the environment of Great Britain's naturalized Greater Canada Branta canadensis and Egyptian Geese Alopochen aegyptiacus
Mark Rehfisch (British Trust for Ornithology), John R Allen (Central Science Laboratory) & Graham Austin (BTO)

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The status of introduced non-native waterbirds in Eurasia and Africa in 2007
Lucy Wright, Alex N. Banks, Ilya M.D. Maclean & Mark M. Rehfisch (British Trust for Ornithology)

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Eagles Owls in Great Britain: an assessment of potential impacts
Mike Toms (British Trust for Ornithology)

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Assessing non-native species for admission to the British List
Steve Dudley (British Ornithologists' Union)

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Past and present monitoring of non-natives and future requirements at national and international scales
David Stroud (JNCC)

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Caught in the Act - legal regulation of non-native species in England
Charles J Wilson & Matthew J Heydon (Natural England)

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Policy on non-native species: the RSPB view
Paul Walton (RSPB)

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Policy on non-native species: the government view
Huw Thomas (Defra)

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Acknowledgements

We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the British Trust for Ornithology, Defra, Joint Nature Conservation Committee and Natural England.

Our thanks also to all the authors listed above who presented papers at the conference and to David Stroud and Colin Galbraith for leading the discussion session which resulted in the conference summary (above). We also thank those who reviewed the papers for these proceedings. Lastly, we would like to thank the organising committee for producing such a stimulating and excellent programme, Niall Burton (lead organiser – BTO), Helen Baker (JNCC), Ian Carter (Natural England) and Niall Moore (Non-native Species Secretariat, Fera), and the BOU’s Steve Dudley and Angela Langford for managing the meeting.

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