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Yvonne Verkuil Sep 20
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Elwyn Sharps Sep 21
Absolutely fantastic to see so much twitter activity for - keep it up! Gentle reminder to watch out for symbols like this in the corner of a slide, often used by people presenting preliminary findings.
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Rob Sep 23
Lovely day over the Bay. Heading to 🙂
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Nolwenn Fresneau Sep 22
Even with the rain making it hard to present. It is pouring outside and a bit inside but Tim Ross managed very well to present his interesting work on different strategy to limit helicopter disturbance on waterbirds. Good job!
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Jacky Watson Sep 21
Having a great time at the IWSG conference in sunny Morecambe
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Miguel Monteiro Sep 23
Very interesting current knowledge gap in the use of predation control to increase threatened wader populations: will this impact the waders' breeding behaviour, phenology or dispersal?
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Perdix Wildlife Supplies Sep 21
Please to be able to sponsor . Have a great weekend delegates.
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Nolwenn Fresneau Sep 21
I am pretty proud of this title :) Do not hesitate to come to me if you have any question about the pheasant tailed Jacana I will be happy to answer!
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Wesley Payne Sep 22
Oystercatcher colonising urban areas is great news for this species (and for urban birders) but provides a wide range of new challenges for breeding birds and their young. Great talk by Bruno Ens at
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Richard du Feu Sep 28
It's been a while since I've seen one of my knot after taking a while out for . My first visit to seaforth hasn't been a waste of time.
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Rebecca Lee Sep 20
At with Excited to be talking about , headstarting and all things wader conservation. And seeing the beautiful Morecambe Bay today! 💚💙
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Julianne Evans Sep 22
People passionate about wader ecology all bonding with a ceilidh
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Michael Stinson Sep 23
Fantastic presentation from Dr Andrew Hoodless on role of lethal predator control in breeding wader conservation, variation in its success and possible knowledge gaps.
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Miguel Monteiro Sep 22
Only ~64% of the Estonia's coastal meadow area is properly managed for waders. Better grazing efficiency is needed
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Julianne Evans Sep 23
Congratulations to the organising team on a thoroughly fabulous It was great to see old friends and make new ones - hope to do it all again next year in Germany!
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Veronica Mendez Sep 22
Very interesting talk about juvenile settlement and population range changes by
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Jen Gill Sep 22
Two great presentations from Habibon Naher and Delip Das at on Bangladesh mudflats, the waders they support, the sites that are being discovered and the threats that they face.
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Josie Hewitt Sep 22
Fantastic to be able to follow via Twitter from the other side of the globe. It sounds like an excellent conference so far & I can't wait to hear about the remaining talks!
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MorecambeBayP'ship Sep 21
Speed posters at meaningful collaboration across Europe and Internationally for better conservation success
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Samantha Franks Sep 23
Exercising people's arms at the workshop - what do assembled experts think on the importance, urgency & feasibility of the identified knowledge gaps?
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