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Hazel Jackson
Postdoc at DICE at the University of Kent. I specialise in evolution and conservation genetics in wildlife. In particular, parrots!
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Jacquelyn Gill Jan 19
I'm recruiting a PhD student for a project reconstructing megafaunal extinctions, paleoclimates, and vegetation change in late Pleistocene Beringia:
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Hazel Jackson Jan 21
Replying to @TheMedievalDrK
Historical coconuts???? 😀
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Hazel Jackson Jan 21
Replying to @TheMedievalDrK
Awesome!!!!
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Wildlife Messengers Jan 20
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Hazel Jackson Jan 21
I can’t get enough verbena. Fab pay off, self sees and great for insects. Defo lavender too :-)
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Extinct Animals Jan 10
The Cuban macaw was a species of macaw, native to the main island of Cuba that became extinct in the late 19th century. The Cuban macaw was one of the smallest macaws about 45–50 cm. It had a red, orange, yellow, and white head, and a red, orange, green, brown, and blue body.
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Uni of Kent SAC Jan 19
Professor Zoe Davies and colleagues' conservation work is leading news for BBC science. Research reveals biggest environmental threat to güiña wildcat is habitat fragmentation, rather than human persecution.
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Chester Zoo Science Jan 19
Watched yesterday and want to know more about the living in the Sundarbans? 🐯 Have a look at this study led by Dr Abdul Aziz and co-authored by Dr >>
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BirdLife Jan 17
🔔 The NEW ISSUE 🔔 of BirdLife - The Magazine is winging its way to subscribers now! Fancy reading? Subscribe to the physical magazine, or download from iTunes or Android here:
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BOU Jan 18
and in the BOU Our Honorary Secretary looks at what this really looks like for a small society |
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Henry Fraser Jan 17
My mouth painting. (Only able to use my mouth). The Puffin.
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David Roberts Jan 18
Fantastic piece with my PhD student Helen Pheasey on cracking down on with 3D-printed fake eggs
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George Olah Jan 17
of Oceania – a comparative study of risk 50 free e-prints available here:
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Rowan Martin Jan 18
Genetic evidence confirms severe extinction risk for critically endangered swift parrots: implications for conservation management.
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Hazel Jackson Jan 18
Replying to @MShefford
Hi Mary. Huge thanks for getting in touch. I’m not surprised as they are spreading across the whole of the UK now. Feel free to see the parrotnet european monitoring website which shows parakeet occurrences across the UK :-)
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Rowan Martin Jan 17
Short note highlighting that more than 3 million wild have been exported from Africa - some of the species most affected have received the least research attention. Fortunately things are beginning to change but more research needed!
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IOU Working Group For Parrots Jan 15
“If you take care of the birds,” says conservationist Thomas Lovejoy, “you take care of most of the big problems in the world.”
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Ostrich Journal Jan 14
Online early: Wild bird trade and African parrots Photo courtesy of Rodnick Biljon.
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Scott Kerr Jan 15
Science gang tattoos by Tom Gauld
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BTO Garden BirdWatch Jan 15
GBWer Peter Alker has beautifully captured this interesting feeding behaviour in Long-tailed Tits. They are taking sunflower hearts from the feeders, and then whilst hanging upside down, they hold it in one foot to eat it. Have you seen this in your garden?
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