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ᑕᕼIᗩᖇᗩ ᑕEᑕI 27 Mar 19
Replying to @Kyle__Horton
This how migration looks like
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Ailidh Barnes 27 Mar 19
Come and see my poster on bird-habitat relationships in the New Forest using LiDAR! Oooh!
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Darren Evans 6 Mar 19
LAST FEW CONFERENCE PLACES: Tracking migration: drivers, challenges and consequences of seasonal movements |
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BOU 👩🏻‍🏫👨🏿‍🏫🧕🏽👳🏽‍♂️ 🌈 Dec 10
From , now published in : Fitness consequences of different migratory strategies in partially migratory populations: A multi‐taxa meta‐analysis | |
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Luke Sutton 19 Dec 18
I'll also be presenting a poster on the same research at Hope to see you there
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Aldina Franco 28 Mar 19
on how use of landfill influences the migration of white storks
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Graham Appleton 25 Apr 19
Hoping soon to be able to publish a blog about colour-ringed Sanderling work by and others, as presented at . More amazing work by colour-ring readers.
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Hannah Hereward 27 Mar 19
Great to catch up with at the conference and hear about the latest vulture research he is involved in with .
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EURING 26 Mar 19
is just starting. If you can't make it follow them for latest updates in and Some great plenaries lined up among others
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Luke Sutton 26 Mar 19
Looking forward to presenting my poster on Saker Falcon distributions at Read the paper here in
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Vulture Conservation Foundation 27 Mar 19
Our very own was at sharing the tracking of during their migrations from the Douro Canyon on the Spain-Portugal border to sub-Saharan Africa
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Dr Lucy A Hawkes 28 Mar 19
wading birds migrate more slowly in autumn, at least in part because they can afford to wait for profitable winds & bc they have more variable routes
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Kate R 28 Mar 19
Thanks , it was great to present at such a fantastic conference!
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RSPB Science 28 Mar 19
In a warming climate birds are breeding earlier. For migrants this means they have to arrive earlier at the breeding sites. investigated if migration timing hamper the advancement of laying dates in Arctic migratory birds
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nhbsNews 27 Mar 19
If you're at today or tomorrow, visit the NHBS stand - we are waiting for you!
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Lynda Donaldson 4 Feb 19
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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BOU 👩🏻‍🏫👨🏿‍🏫🧕🏽👳🏽‍♂️ 🌈 29 Mar 19
Thanks to all those delegates who took part in our and in initiative. Lots of suggestions made for our Equality & Diversity Working Group to take up in coming months.
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Yvonne Verkuil 26 Mar 19
Sorry to miss , but sure I will hear the stories from my office mates: PhD students Loonstra @VerhoevenMo, and . And from @NIOZwsrc / colleagues & (keynote speaker!). Have fun!
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Wouter Vansteelant 27 Mar 19
Visually astounding presentation on the impact of artificial light on migrant birds by . Great kick-off for this morning.
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Jude Lane 29 Mar 19
Thanks to for the opportunity to talk at - another great conference showcasing some of the amazing research taking place around the 🌎🌍🌏
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