Publications for Andrew Stanbury

The first UK survey and population estimate of breeding Snow Bunting Plectrophenax nivalis

The first national survey for Snow Bunting Plectrophenax nivalis in the UK was carried out in 2011 and estimated the breeding population at 60 territories (95% confidence intervals = 48-83). Aims: To estimate breeding population size for Snow Buntings in the UK by surveying all sites with...

Date
01 March 2018
RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Andrew Stanbury
Authors
Hayhow, D.B., Eaton, M.A., Stanbury, A.J., Douse, A. & Marquiss, M.
Published in
Bird study 65 (1): 36-43
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Nest survival, causes of failure and productivity of British Hawfinches Coccothraustes coccothraustes

Capsule: Nest success rate of Hawfinches Coccothraustes coccothraustes within our study areas averaged 36% across five seasons, a level unlikely to be driving population declines and considerably higher than was suggested by recent estimates from the long-term Nest Record Scheme.Aims: To investigate potential habitat correlates...

Date
03 September 2018
RSPB Authors
Will Kirby, Andrew Stanbury, Paul Bellamy
Authors
Kirby, W.B., Stanbury, A.J., Lewis, J., Smith, D.L., Cross, A.V., Grice, P.V. & Bellamy, P.E.
Published in
Bird Study 65 (3): 279-289
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Understanding species distribution in dynamic populations: a new approach using spatio-temporal point process models

Understanding and predicting a species’ distribution across a landscape is of central importance in ecology, biogeography and conservation biology. However, it presents daunting challenges when populations are highly dynamic (i.e. increasing or decreasing their ranges), particularly for small populations where information about ecology and life history traits is lacking

Date
11 February 2019
RSPB Authors
Andrew Stanbury
Authors
Soriano-Redondo, Andrea Jones-Todd, Charlotte M. Bearhop, Stuart Hilton, Geoff M. Lock, Leigh Stanbury, Andrew Votier, Stephen C. Illian, Janine B.
Published in
Ecography 42(6): 1092-1102.
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The State of Nature 2019

The State of Nature report 2019 presents an overview of how wildlife is faring in the UK and its Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies. Additionally, it assesses the pressures that are acting on nature, and the responses being made, collectively, to counter these pressures

Date
07 October 2019
RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Dr Fiona Burns, Andrew Stanbury, Will Kirby, Dr Joelene Hughes
Authors
Hayhow, Daniel Eaton, Mark Burns, Fiona Stanbury, Andrew Kirby, Will Bailey, Neil Beckmann, Björn C. Bedford, Jacob Boersch-Supan, Philipp Coomber, Frazer Dennis, Emily Dolman, Sarah Dunn, Euan Hall, Jonathan Harrower, Colin Hatfield, Jack Hawley, Jenny Haysom, Karen Hughes, Joelene Symes, Nigel
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The risk of extinction for birds in Great Britain

Over the last 20 years, species priorities for bird conservation in the UK have been guided by the in-depth 'Birds of Conservation Concern' assessments. For other wildlife, priorities tend to be informed by measures of extinction risk, generated by the IUCN Regional Red List process

Date
02 January 2017
RSPB Authors
Andrew Stanbury, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory
Authors
Stanbury, Andrew Brown, Andy Eaton, Mark Aebischer, Nicholas Gillings, Simon Hearn, Richard Noble, David Stroud, David Gregory, Richard Powell, Dan
Published in
British Birds 110: 502-517.
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