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Seasonal variation in the movements and survival of invasive Pacific rats on sub-tropical Henderson Island: implications for eradication

Invasive rodents are successful colonists of many ecosystems around the world, and can have very flexible foraging behaviours that lead to differences in spatial ranges and seasonal demography among individuals and islands

RSPB Authors
Dr Steffen Oppel, Dr Alex Bond
Authors
Oppel, S. McClelland, G.T.W. Lavers, J.L. Churchyard, T. Donaldson, A. Duffield, N. Havery, S. Kelly, J. Proud, T. Russell, J.C. Bond, A.L.
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Island invasives: scaling up to meet the challenge. Gland, Switzerland, IUCN: 200-208.
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Case study no 15: Renewable energy and conservation science

Part of a collection that aims to highlight RSPB science from the last decade. This case study focuses on the evidence available in support of the RSPB's position on renewables.

Authors
Dr Rowena Langston
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Case study no 16: Climate change research

Part of a collection that aims to highlight RSPB science from the last decade. Climate change is a substantial and growing threat to wildlife in the UK and globally.

RSPB Authors
Dr Steven Ewing
Authors
Dr Steven Ewing
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State of Nature 2016 England report

The State of Nature in England.

RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Fiona Burns
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State of Nature 2016 supplementary material

State of Nature 2016 supplementary material

RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Fiona Burns
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State of Nature 2016 Wales report

The State of Nature in Wales.

RSPB Authors
Dr Daniel Hayhow, Dr Mark Eaton, Prof Richard Gregory, Dr Fiona Burns
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Scottish Raptor Monitoring Scheme Report 2013

This is the eleventh report of the Scottish Raptor Monitoring Scheme covering the year 2013. It follows the previous annual reports in the series (Etheridge 2005; Etheridge et al. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 a & b, 2013). The aim of the report is to provide clear and factual information on territory occupation and breeding success of birds of prey in Scotland.

RSPB Authors
Dr Staffan Roos
Authors
Amy Challis
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Population and future range modelling of reintroduced Scottish white-tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla)

Re-introductions are increasingly being used in conservation biology as a valuable tool in species recovery programmes. This technique was used to establish a population of white- tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) in Scotland, where the species went extinct in 1917. Three release phases have taken place, of which the first two (1975-1985 and 1993-1998) were on the west coast and the third (2007-2012) on the east coast of Scotland. All three phases have used birds sourced from Norway. In 2014, there were 98 territorial pairs of white-tailed eagles in Scotland, of which 90 were confirmed to have bred. For this report, a conservative approach was used, and only the 90 sites with confirmed nests were considered territories.

RSPB Authors
Dr Alex Sansom
Published in
Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report No. 898
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Birds of Conservation Concern in Ireland 2014–2019

This is the third assessment of the status of all regularly occurring birds on the island of Ireland. The criteria on which the assessment is based include international conservation status, historical breeding declines, recent population declines (numbers and range in breeding and non- breeding seasons), European conservation status, breeding rarity, localised distribution, and the international importance of populations. 

RSPB Authors
Dr Kendrew Colhoun
Authors
et al
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The state of birds in Wales 2012

The year 2012 is a milestone for the State of Birds in Wales. We have now been reporting on the changing fortunes of Welsh birds for 10 years.
So this year, in addition to updating the Welsh Government's bird indicators, we take a look back to assess winners and losers of the last decade.This also gives us the opportunity to update some topics featured previously in SoBiW.

RSPB Authors
Dr Ian Johnstone
Authors
et al 2012
Published in
Rsob Cymru, Cardiff.
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