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Ruedi Nager 5h
Compared to non-breeders successfully breeding Black-browed Abatross buffer potential reproductive costs during the non-breeding season by adjusting their spatial distribution and activity budgets
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J. of Avian Biology 1h
Little is known about how catch their food outside the breeding season, thanks to this recent paper we now know a lot more. link to paper:
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Alys Perry 19h
Another Wednesday weigh in for our manx shearwater chicks in the study plot. We now have 9 beautiful chicks, with more eggs being incubated. I wonder how many we will have next week?! 😁
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Will Smith Jul 11
Incredible view from the foot of Boreray & surrounding stacs, St Kilda. 60,000 pairs of Northern Gannet nest here- around 20% of the worlds population
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Steffen Oppel Jul 12
NEW PhD position available to study of in the :
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Amy Sherwin Jul 17
3 stages of Common Tern chick development in one nest.
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When something magical appears: discovery of a new tiny fish-eating albatross, over on More details in paper
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Alexa Rose Jul 15
Northern chick stretching out its little wings.
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Steffen Oppel Jul 16
NEW open-source tool in to automatically record and other cavity-nesting entering/leaving burrows:
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nhbsBooks 19h
Now in stock – Around the World for Albatrosses: Where to See All the Albatross Species A wonderful β€˜where to find albatrosses' – with background information.
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World Migratory Bird Day Jul 16
Elements contained in wrap release highly toxic chemicals and pick up bacteria and metals contaminating marine species and who mistake them for food. βš οΈπŸ¦†πŸ’πŸ³It can be easily replaced by reuseable wax wrap or aluminium foil.
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Ruth Dunn Jul 12
Read about how guillemot, razorbill and puffin diving behaviour changes after they depart the breeding colony and get ready for winter. Our paper is & out now: πŸŒŠπŸ¦β„οΈπŸ“…
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Wildlife Open Window Jul 15
Recommended Read: The Seabird's Cry by Adam Nicolson. 10 of our best loved seabirds are explored as science, culture and anecdotes are intertwined to provide a flowing narrative within each chapter. Packed full of info that will surprise even seabird fans! πŸ“•πŸ“—πŸ“˜πŸ“™
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Aline Cerqueira Jul 13
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Andrew McManus Jul 11
Common Tern feeding it's chick on Rockabill.
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John Ward Jul 16
Boldness, mate choice and reproductive success in Black-legged Kittiwakes (Rissa tridactyla) abst. Animal Behaviour
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Mark Mallory 21h
Super happy! Arctic terns returned to our high site after skipping breeding last year ... with geolocators attached :) The high brow terns have lots of food in the polynya this year
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Letizia Campioni 22h
Our last work on the development of migratory strategy in immature is now available!
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Holly Kirk Jul 16
Replying to @HollyKirk
🎩 No. 1 😍 I am very lucky to have ongoing work with Wildlife Management International NZ (run by the Bells) My role is both field tracking & monitoring, and movement data analysis. I presented some of this work at 😊
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Lila Colston-Nepali Jul 16
Spending all day writing about seabirds and missing when I got to hang out with them instead 🐧 Atlantic Puffins, Gull Island 2018 🌊
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