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Daniel Lopes Nov 24
My first paper! Thanks and everyone involved!
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Sea-Watch International 4h
In October our was still grounded by the Italian authorities. With we were still able to fly 7 missions over the central Mediterranean, in two cases we spotted a total of 217 people in distress.
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Miriam Lerma Nov 23
The third chapter of my thesis is now published: Breeding stage, not sex, affects foraging characteristics in masked boobies at Rapa Nui 🗿 🌊🌊 Thanks to the institutes and coauthors: 🌍🇨🇱🌎
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Gough Island Restoration Nov 18
Replying to @GoughIsland
As no more than 3 eggs are thought to be laid anywhere else on earth, this amounts to a global census of the species, and one of the most challenging tasks for our team!
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Jennifer Provencher, PhD, wears a mask Nov 18
Excited to be talking in 's EcoFOCI Seminar Series today about in the 🇨🇦 as we work with industry to reduce impacts from fisheries - work with - highlighting work from
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Ellie Owen 5h
group members who can’t usually make it to a physical AGM might like to attend the zoom version this year — add your push to the spin of this fantastic, supportive and active organisation!
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Ruth Jeavons Nov 24
Making one of those a night this week... Just saying... 🤷🏼‍♀️🎄
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Erich Hoyt Nov 23
Webinar this Thursday on tracking, the IBAs (Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas) & how that is leading to marine conservation.
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Julia Baak Nov 22
starts tomorrow! Looking forward to all the presentations this week! Tune in to my presentation on Fri Nov 27 at 05:00 AST (09:00 UTC) to learn about ingestion by 4 species in the Canadian : Comparisons across species and time.
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Beth E Scott Nov 24
Replying to @jjwaggitt
6/25 Advances for include massive increases in understanding where seabirds Produced seasonal distributions of doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.13525
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Nat Forsdick Nov 18
Absolutely loving all the finalists in the competition!
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UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Nov 18
Lila Buckingham is a postgraduate researcher working on behaviour with and . Lila played a big part in organising and running last week’s conference!
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Dr. Grant Humphries (he/him) Nov 22
We're on this week with some more crap!
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Nina Dehnhard Nov 20
The planned salmon farm right next to the Important Bird Area & Ramsar site , which is the largest colony in central , is still not off the table. Currently, only sites but not the areas are protected
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Erich Hoyt 6h
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Prof Brendan Godley 7h
Do these all belong to the same ? 📣 NEW PAPER 📣 Cryptic species in a - short-tailed albatross consist of two species ... thought to have diverged ~600,000 years ago! Read full article 👉
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John Martin Nov 24
24 Nov 2019, Antipodes Islands, heading towards the Bounty Islands in improving conditions. Grey-backed Storm-petrels gave the best views so far. Smallest on the planet.
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Holly Kirk Nov 18
Replying to @Alice_R_Jones
I went for the gannets. I am a huge gannet fan. Gannets are the best non-procellarid. I will not confess as to the other stash which has begun to accumulate in my wardrobe...
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Hookpod Nov 18
NewZealand fishermen are proving prevents albatross and bycatch in longline fisheries. This consider sustainability for seabirds.
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PacificSeabirdGroup Nov 20
While the upcoming Annual Meeting will be virtual, that doesn't mean you can't score some sweet shipped right to your door. Our TeeSpring store is now LIVE! Check it out!
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