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Now available on Fast Track: Consequences of multi-scale habitat selection on reproductive success of riverine sandbar-nesting birds in Cambodia

Posted on 26. April, 2018.

Habitat selection occurs at multiple spatial scales and affects demographic processes including reproductive success. Few studies, however, have linked multi-scale habitat selection to reproductive success. We investigated breeding habitat selection at three spatial scales (nest site, nest area and territory), and the consequences of habitat selection on reproductive success of four riverine sandbar-nesting bird species in Cambodia. 


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GM chickens that do not transmit bird flu

Posted on 15. April, 2011.

Researchers at the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh in the UK have genetically modified chickens to prevent them from spreading the avian influenza virus to others.


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EU to become a net importer of poultry meat

Posted on 14. April, 2011.

The European Union will become a net importer of poultry meat by 2016, with imports surpassing exports by 155,000 metric tonnes in 2020, according to a report by the European Commission on agricultural markets.


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Bird flu case confirmed in Chiba, Japan

Posted on 14. April, 2011.

First came the 9.0 earthquake that was followed by a tsunami, which was followed by damaged nuclear energy plants, now comes news of avian influenza infection among chickens at a poultry farm in Chiba City, Japan.


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Avian Editor advises UAE

Posted on 30. March, 2011.

Among the 65 scientists and bird experts who met at in the UAE at the 1st Symposium on Conservation and Propagation of Endangered Species of Birds was Rob Etches, Editor of Avian Biology Research.


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Satellite Tracking Leads to Compilation of Important Conservation Data

Posted on 19. January, 2011.

A new study on Sooty Shearwaters in the US California Current shows the benefit of seabird tracking data in identifying priority sites for seabird conservation at sea.


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Birds of Prey Dig Quarries

Posted on 19. January, 2011.

A new study into birds on quarry sites has shown that they are havens birds for prey.


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Birds Korea Blueprint 2010 Released

Posted on 19. January, 2011.

Birds Korea has released its 2010 Blueprint, which aims to support ongoing conservation initiatives as part of the Republic of Korea’s efforts to reduce the rate of biodiversity loss in line with commitments to the Millennium Development Goals.


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RSPB Says EU Agricultural Policy Needs to Do More to Protect Birds

Posted on 19. January, 2011.

Britain’s Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) says that proposals for a major reform of Europe’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) need to include more effective measures to protect threatened wildlife.


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