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3rd October 2016

Nest predation in hybrid quails

Posted in: captive-bred, Farmland birds, game bird, hybrids, nest predation, nesting, Science, tracking

Could nest-site selection explain the lack of a hybrid quail swarm?

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28th September 2016

Twitter masterclass 12 – best practices

Posted in: science communication, social media, Twitter

Some simple pointers to keep your tweeting on track

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26th September 2016

Do genes and phenotype tell the same story?

Posted in: Genetics, Taxonomy

Geographic variation in phenotype and molecular markers within the Blue-black Grosbeak

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19th September 2016

Geomorphology predicts Black Curassow density

Posted in: geomorphology, population dynamics

How habitat modelling can help in management of a vulnerable bird species

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19th September 2016

Peer Review Week 2016

Posted in: Community, Journal, parrot, peer review, volunteering, volunteers

Recognising volunteer contributions

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14th September 2016

Let the BOU work for YOU . . altmetrics

Posted in: Altmetric, blog, blogging, Facebook, science communication, social media, Twitter

Driving the online attention of your research

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12th September 2016

Resolving the puzzle of Short-toed Eagle migration

Posted in: bird movements, gps tags, Migration, raptors, satellite tracking

Do juvenile Short-toed Eagles learn the detoured route from adults?

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5th September 2016

Quantifying wintering waders’ responses to disturbance

Posted in: Disturbance, shorebirds, waders, wintering

Low costs of individual responses to disturbance suggest no significant impact on foraging waders

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29th August 2016

Let the BOU work for YOU . . with blogging

Posted in: blog, blogging, science communication, social media

Promoting your research with #theBOUblog

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22nd August 2016

Is handling stressful for birds?

Posted in: bird handling, fledglings, Seabirds

Assessing the effects of handling on nestlings: a case study of the European Storm Petrel

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17th August 2016

How social is #NAOC2016?

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

Assessing social media use at #NAOC2016

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15th August 2016

In search of the sacred birds of India

Posted in: alpine birds, Conservation, vultures

The Himalayan Griffon in the western Himalayas

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8th August 2016

The march of the triffids

Posted in: agriculture, biodiversity, bird communities, connectivity, Conservation, forest birds, habitat, land management, land use, tropical birds

Shifting agriculture supports more rainforest birds than oil palm or teak monocultures.

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1st August 2016

Swallow sexual life through the looking glass

Posted in: extra pair paternity, island birds

A study of extra-pair paternity in the Chilean Swallow

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25th July 2016

Tidal marsh bird conservation in the northeast U.S.

Posted in: climate change, Conservation, marsh birds, trends

Estimating population sizes and historical trends for birds in a vulnerable ecosystem

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18th July 2016

The eagle has landed – vultures use raptors to find food

Posted in: ecology, game theory, raptors, scavengers, vultures

Carrion isn’t the only thing vultures scavenge; they exploit the superior foraging abilities of eagles to find their food.

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11th July 2016

Do what’s good for you; get yourself to the BOU Annual Conference

Posted in: Community, Conferences, early career, early-career researcher, ECR, social media

BOU conferences provide a fantastic opportunity for early-career researchers to absorb cutting-edge science and form connections with other ornithologists

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