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J. of Avian Biology 2m
Are you coming to ? will of course be there too! Make sure to drop by our stand for a chat!
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Regents Park Birds 19m
He soon polished off or dropped the prey item and then found the best spot who could to relax. The gusty winds didn't help him, however within 30 mins the female brought in another mouse. But landing was tricky.
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Rich Howells 13m
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Dr Alex Evans 37m
It's a red-crested pochard (Netta rufina)! Well done if you got it! 🏆 Thanks for playing! 📸 Jimmy Edmonds / Flickr
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Regents Park Birds 14m
The chick eventually moved to a spot where he could eat the mouse safely.
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Emily Shepard 55m
Replying to @BES_Move_SIG
2/3. We assess the ability of auks to land at cliff nests & show birds cannot land in strong winds, most likely as wind reduces flight control. Runway size also matters; bigger ledges have more airspace for manoeuvring & better chances of landing.
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Chris Sharpe 4h
Our new & 'Birds of the West Indies': sample pages including the Intro, available for download now:
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juliet vickery 2h
Go Godwits... its a tough world out there so fingers crossed for you
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BOU 35m
IN THE LATEST ISSUE of Quantifying the maculation of avian eggs using eggshell geometry |
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Rob Sheldon 4h
Watched a female Pallid Harrier today take a young Souslik and carry it back to the next like an Osprey carries a fish - never noticed that before - anyone else observed this? (not these photos!)
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BOU 1h
Changes in genetic diversity and differentiation in Red‐cockaded woodpeckers (Dryobates borealis) over the past century | |
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Regents Park Birds 59m
Before going home this afternoon I popped in to see how the juv was. I thought he was in his box until I heard calling & then saw the female bringing in a mouse. The juv nearly lost his grip.
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Tailfoot McWalshy Jun 9
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Philipp Boersch-Supan 52m
It hatched a while ago, but our paper on albatross egg and nest temperature ontogenies 🥚🌡️ is now fully .
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Katie Bird Jun 13
twitter: Fam, I need your help. My friend sent me this recording from eastern Maryland and idk what it is cause my brain is wired for the west coast right now. Give me your song expert opinions please and thank you 🐦
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Christine Shaw Jun 16
Woodpeckers back again today they seem to like this rainy weather.
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Elora Grahame Jun 10
Eastern Whip-poor-wills can be much harder to find when they are roosting up in trees rather than on the ground–they're tricky to locate even with telemetry equipment! Can you in this photo?
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BOU 4h
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BCI Journal 7h
The pet trade is driving Southeast Asia's parrots to extinction. We already know about Singapore's role in the international bird trade, but a new study shows domestic demand for parrots within Singapore is also a growing threat:
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BOU 2h
Synchronizing conservation to seasonal wetland hydrology and waterbird migration in semi‐arid landscapes | |
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