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Justine Guiny 2h
EU Technical Measures Regulation FINALLY (👏) requires EU States to take actions to tackle ... ...but ONLY in European waters. ⚠️What about EU vessels that incidentally catch seabirds when fishing in West African waters?
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Toori_9 2h
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Lisa Brown 4h
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Caroline Sharples 7h
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Klaus Riede Aug 17
had a file of major colonies, as far as I remember. No idea if this is still available in digital format
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Martin George Jul 8
A found dead on a nature reserve has been named the UK’s oldest ever recorded Arctic Tern. First ringed as a chick at Buddon Ness in Angus, the bird was found to be 32 years old, almost to the day, when it died.
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Favre-Leuba 3h
Replying to @ETPanache @Dyson and 3 others
Great ideas for a present! watch is definitely a very elegant way to give your sister a hint about being late often 😄
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Signe Christensen-Dalsgaard May 24
Seabirds have no need for condoms – especially not in their stomach. I am a strong advocate for safe sex, but please dispose condoms and all other types of waste correctly!
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Autumn-Lynn Harrison May 2
They're getting closer...8 Long-tailed Jaegers migrating back to .
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Tommy Clay Aug 15
Check out this blog post for an overview of our recent paper () detailing how data can inform !
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Andrew McManus Jul 27
Just rescued a from a discarded fishing net on . The bird had the net tangled around it's neck, bill and down it's throat. Photo taken by .
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Amandine Gamble Aug 11
Super cool job alert indeed. Great location, great people and great science! Any or scientist interested?
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Matt Wood Jun 4
Successful trip to ring on ⁦⁦⁩, part of long-term going back to 1970s... 2019 looking better for this declining species. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Cerren Richards May 23
Seeking historic records of mass mortalities (winter wrecks) around the world but particularly in the North Atlantic to aid my MSc research. If possible, please provide: 1. Date 2. Location 3. Number dead 4. Species Please RT!
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Zoe Deakin Jul 23
Fantastic to see my MSc project finally published in as an open access paper: "Sex differences in and of a wide-ranging , the northern ". Huge thanks to , , & all involved.
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Island Conservation 21h
conducted by Island Conservation and our partners reveals the benefits to colonies following the removal of from .
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Seabirding of Japan Jul 16
This was shocking thing. Many Streaked Shearwaters were attracted polystyrene foam and ate it. Dimethyl sulfide was produced? 13 July 2019, off Chiba Japan.
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Lisa Kowalski Aug 9
Seagull Wall Art Canvas Print Beach Watercolor Bird Artwork Gull Painting Seashore Picture Beach House Decor Stretched Canvas Seaside Image via
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Dr Gavin Arneill Jun 28
One little PDF that has made my Friday!! Early View version of our paper is now online. We show that acoustic activity in a colony is related to within-colony flight paths rather than nest density. Article:
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Jane Queen Jul 7
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