Lowland Farmland Birds . . . 1, 2, 3
The BOU has run three major linked conferences on lowland farmland birds in 1999, 2004 and 2009. The proceedings from all three conferences are now online and collectively form a major contribution to farmland bird studies.
All papers are free to view.
Lowland Farmland Birds: their ecology and conservation
The proceedings of the BOU’s 1999 Annual Conference. The first of three Lowland Farmland Birds conferences and proceedings (originally published as a standalone publication but now out of print).
Lowland Farmland Birds II: the road to recovery
Proceedings of the BOU’s 2004 annual spring conference published as a free-to-view online supplement of Ibis. Print issue version now out of print.
Lowland Farmland Birds 3: delivering solutions in an uncertain world
Proceedings of the BOU’s 2009 annual spring conference.
Other farmland bird related papers published in Ibis
(not from any of the above conferences):
Unravelling the mechanisms linking climate change, agriculture and avian population declines
JAMES W. PEARCE-HIGGINS and JENNIFER A. GILL
Bird conservation and agriculture: a pivotal moment?
JEREMY D. WILSON, ANDREW D. EVANS and PHILIP V. GRICE
Agricultural land use and Skylark (Alauda arvensis): a case study linking a habitat association model to spatially explicit change scenarios
NIGEL D. BOATMAN, ST├ëPHANE PIETRAVALLE, HAZEL R. PARRY, JOE CROCKER, PAUL V. IRVING, DAVID B. TURLEY, JANE MILLS and JANET C. DWYER
Nest-site selection by Great Bustards (Otis tarda) suggests a trade-off between concealment and visibility
MARINA MAGAÑA, JUAN C. ALONSO, CARLOS A. MART├ìN, LUIS M. BAUTISTA and BEATRIZ MART├ìN
Mid-season shifts in the habitat associations of Yellow Wagtails (Motacilla flava) breeding in arable farmland
JAMES J. GILROY, GUY Q. A. ANDERSON, PHILIP V. GRICE, JULIET A. VICKERY and WILLIAM J. SUTHERLAND