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Most downloaded IBIS papers in 2017

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Using super-high resolution satellite imagery to census threatened albatrosses
Peter T. Fretwell, Paul Scofield, Richard A. Phillips

The point of a Guillemot’s egg
Tim R. Birkhead, Jamie E. Thompson, Duncan Jackson, John D. Biggins

A decadal review of urban ornithology and a prospectus for the future
John M. Marzluff

An alternative view of moorland management for Red Grouse Lagopus lagopus scotica
Nick Sotherton, David Baines, Nicholas J. Aebischer

Provision of supplementary food for wild birds may increase the risk of local nest predation
Hugh J. Hanmer, Rebecca L. Thomas, Mark D. E. Fellowes

Co-occurrence of birds and bats in natural nest-holes
Łukasz Myczko, Łukasz Dylewski, Tim H. Sparks, Maciej Łochyński, Piotr Tryjanowski

Long-term changes in autumn migration dates at the Strait of Gibraltar reflect population trends of soaring birds
Michele Panuccio, Beatriz Martín, Michelangelo Morganti, Alejandro Onrubia, Miguel Ferrer

Migratory pathways, stopover zones and wintering destinations of Western European Nightjars Caprimulgus europaeus
Ruben Evens, Greg J. Conway, Ian G. Henderson, Brian Cresswell, Frédéric Jiguet, Caroline Moussy, Didier Sénécal, Nele Witters, Natalie Beenaerts, Tom Artois

Habitat selection, diet and food availability of European Golden Plover Pluvialis apricaria chicks in Swedish Lapland
Paula Machín, Juan Fernández-Elipe, Heiner Flinks, Maite Laso, José I. Aguirre, Raymond H. G. Klaassen

Comparative migration strategies of wild and captive-bred Asian Houbara Chlamydotis macqueenii
Robert J. Burnside, Nigel J. Collar, Paul M. Dolman

Image credits (from top)
Guillemot’s egg © Didier Descouens | CC-BY-SA-4.0 | Wikimedia Commons
Red Grouse © Alastair Rae | CC-BY-SA-2.0 | Wikimedia Commons
House Sparrow at seed feeder © Steve Dudley | CC0
Short-toed Eagle © Steve Dudley | CC0
European Golden Plover © Dagur Brynjólfsson | CC-BY-SA-2.0 Wikimedia Commons

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