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BOU Apr 4
At last week, was elected BOU President. After the conference she found herself reflecting on the modern-day BOU - unrecognisable from the BOU she joined as an in 1987. Read about them on |
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Harry Ewing Mar 28
Home from an inspiring few days at . Big thanks to the organisers for creating such an enjoyable and welcoming conference. Now, time to get in the field and find some curlew.
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Kirsty Franklin Mar 28
A great few days at hearing about lots of amazing research. I was also very pleased to have the opportunity to present my own research from the first few months of my PhD!
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Nicole Parr Mar 29
Things I learnt at : 1) Got movement data? better bring some stunning data visualisation 😍 2) The power of ring re-sightings is MEGA 3) offers great support to ECRs!
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Robert Hawkes Mar 28
Well, really know how to pull off a conference! Their commitment to is truly commendable (see 👇). Massive thanks to the organisers, the brilliant presenters and the whole community
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Jen Gill Mar 28
Great talk from using tracking of high arctic migrants to explore arrival date constraints on lay dates in relation to timing of snowmelt on the breeding grounds
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Jen Smart Mar 27
Fascinating talk how do geese cross the Himalayan plateaux? As an ornithologist & cyclist amazed to hear about the physiology of oxygen uptake - who knew that the VO2 max of a goose was so high & that they climb at 2.2km/hr & could summit Everest in a day
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PiedFly.Net Mar 29
Delayed train then clutch died on way home from station meaning little sleep after but looking forward to first day in the woods. Eggs? Pied flies?...
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Rob Sheldon Mar 27
Just spent an hour or so catching up on via Twitter. Great way to follow a conference & great example of Full programme here: & check the
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Gerard Bota Cabau 🎗 Mar 27
We presented the potential use of Autonomous Recording Units to monitor diurnal bird migration using Bee-Eaters autumm migration in plains as an example. New oportunities for &
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Marie Claire Gatt Mar 26
Arrived and set-up at with my on Cory's carry-over effects of breeding and !
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Ailidh Barnes Mar 27
Come and see my poster on bird-habitat relationships in the New Forest using LiDAR! Oooh!
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Lynda Donaldson Feb 4
Get your early bird place for until 13th Feb! Fantastic line-up for this years theme . Guaranteed friendly environment to hear about some brilliant 26-28th March
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Luke Sutton Mar 26
Looking forward to presenting my poster on Saker Falcon distributions at Read the paper here in
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Jen Gill Mar 28
That's a wrap for . Huge thanks to Maria Bogdanova & for a fantastic conference!
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RSPB Science Mar 28
Males typically arrive at breeding sites ahead of females, yet our knowledge regarding sex-specific migration timing at other stages of the annual cycle is limited, says from
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Harry Ewing Mar 17
Great grey shrike feeding on lizards in the Brecks this morning. Now, time to make a poster for .
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Common Tern Project Mar 28
So nice to be able to keep up with the thread while prepping for the upcoming field season. It'll be the 4th year of tracking our birds with . If you're in Warwick, do check in with Nathalie, she'll be able to tell you all about it!
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GlobalFlywayNetwork Mar 27
This is : he made some unexpected discoveries about black-tailed in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. Go see his poster if you have the chance. . Project of
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Marie Claire Gatt Mar 27
Seems like had fun preparing his poster on for ;)
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