BOU Blog

From 1 March 2019 onwards, I work as Journal Support Publicity Officer for the British Ornithologists’ Union (BOU) where I will help in the promotion of their journal Ibis and I will regularly write for the blog. You can find the official announcement of my position here. Below you can find an overview of my contributions to the BOUblog.

  • Fragmentation in Florida [link]
  • Singing the right song [link]
  • Ejecting Eggs [link]
  • Bird trade in Japan [link]
  • The flight of the Woodcock [link]
  • Protecting the Painted Bunting [link]
  • The social lives of Pheasants [link]
  • A vocal bottleneck in the Common Myna [link]
  • Bad news for the Stone-curlew [link]
  • Eight simple rules for citizen science [link]
  • Booming bitterns [link]
  • The mathematics of maculation [link]
  • Alpine adventures [link]
  • Blood parasites in the Blue-crowned Manakin [link]
  • Soaring over Scotland [link]
  • Big Brother is watching who? [link]
  • Mixed Broods [link]
  • Are Burrowing Owls stuck in an ecological trap? [link]
  • A South American Symphony [link]
  • Where did the trogons come from? [link]
  • Short-distance Migration in the Dark [link]
  • The Avian Hybrids Project [link]