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Mark Mallory Sep 14
Cormorant and gull colonies always have a Hallowe'enish feel to me for some reason
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University of Glasgow Seabird Research Sep 13
Exciting new paper from on "The sensitivity of seabird populations to density‐dependence, environmental stochasticity and anthropogenic mortality". Editor's choice too!
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Julia Baak Sep 11
Dissecting for today! This is the proventriculis/gizzard of a Thick-Billed Murre. There are lots of food bits in here... as well as some sort of lesion (second photo).
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MellyHatchet 7h
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MellyHatchet 7h
Can You Find The Bird? 😂🤣😂 He's well camouflaged. September 14, 2019
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🌑DoNotBelieveThem🇪🇺 16h
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BTO Sep 10
The latest publication in uses GPS tracking to show that Lesser Black-backed Gulls could be vulnerable to collision with wind turbines across their annual cycle. Read more at
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BTO Sep 10
Replying to @_BTO
The study uses GPS tracking & wind turbine locations to show when & where Lesser Black-backed Gulls could be vulnerable to collision during their annual cycle, especially in the breeding season, winter season and during migration.
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Seabird Ecology Sep 14
Julia Romero just defended her undergrad thesis on the brood patch of Scopoli's as an indicator of age and breeding status. Congratulations Julia 👏👏👏you have done a great job and obtained very interesting results that will be very useful
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Richard Shucksmith Sep 13
Great news to see the increase in population size of the gannet colony on Noss over the last five years from 11, 786 pairs to 13, 764 breeding pairs, (27, 528 individuals).
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Neal Warnock Sep 7
Arctic Skua, Magilligan Point, Lough Foyle
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Carolyn Bartlett Sep 14
Birds Out On A Limb, print of original by Jimmie Bartlett via
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samthezoologist Sep 12
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iSeeCollections.com Sep 7
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ElementalPhotography 22h
The Gull - A trip to Yorkshire introduces me to a formidable herring gull!
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Mark Mallory Sep 10
Always time for a quick good news tweet :) Meet the Lazarus Birds: 5 species once presumed extinct | BirdLife
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A. Stadnyk Sep 13
With the Black Skimmers getting all the attention here a Yellowlegs thought to imitate them. Got my attention but it has some work yet to perfect the skimming.
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Neil Squires 9h
One from the boat trip to the biggest gannet colony in the world at Bass Rock on Friday.
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Seabird Ecology 15h
1st record of a sooty fuscatus in out or islet and the 3rd for the country. Seen on the ground in islet. Apparently the innermost primary up to the 6th 📸 Well spotted!!
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