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Avian blood parasites can have significant impacts on adult breeding birds but studies of parasitism outside the breeding season are rare, despite their potentially important implications for host–parasite dynamics...
Agri-environment schemes (AES) are the main European policy response to biodiversity loss caused by agricultural intensification. Maximizing their effectiveness is a key policy challenge. Monitor...
Offspring sex ratios in wild bird populations, and the extent to which they vary from the equality expected by random genotypic sex determination, have received much recent attention. Adult sex ratios...
Roseate terns are rare and restricted range breeders in NW Europe, with a population size of below 1,100 pairs and 95% of these within four colonies. The apparent survival and breeding dispersal laws...
Conservationists recognise that remote sensing can make a substantial contribution to their effort to monitor the environment to better understand and reduce the impact of anthropogenic activities. However, often it is perceived that the needs of...
Microflora of three Critically Endangered, resident Gyps species of Indian vultures was studied at the Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre, Pinjore, Panchkula district, Haryana. Cloacal and choanal swabs from 32 adult Gyps vultures...
Each year, ringers using sound lures mark and recapture immature Storm Petrels Hydrobates pelagicus prospecting potential breeding colonies. Attempts have been made to estimate the size of this population...
Conservation organizations are increasingly aware of the need to motivate pro‐environmental behavior by connecting people with nature. However, to maximize the effectiveness of the limited resources available, there needs to be a better understanding of the variability in people's connection to nature shown at different ages.
Abernethy Forest comprises the largest area of semi-natural (native) pinewood in Scotland. It also has plantations of various ages. This study describes the sizes and ages of Scots pines (Pinus sylves...
A comparison of corncrakes Crex crex of known age showed that the tips of the secondary remiges were, on average, more pointed for birds with remiges grown in the hatching (HY) than for adult adults with remiges grown after the hatching...