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Conservation research news

01 June 2009
Comments News and comment One of the most widely recognised impacts of climate change concerns the phenology of biological events. Since birds tend to time their breeding to coincide with peaks in food availability, climate change has the potential to disrupt this match. Christ...
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Notes

01 June 2009
Comments Notes All Notes submitted to British Birds are subject to independent review, either by the Notes Panel or by the BB Editorial Board.Those considered appropriate for BB will be published either here or on our website (www.britishbirds.co.uk) subject to the a...
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Reviews

01 June 2009
Comments Reviews AVES DA AMAZÃNIA BRASILEIRA/BIRDS OF AMAZONIAN BRAZIL By Tomas Sigrist. Avis Brasilis, 2008. 470 pages; 204 colour plates; several line-drawings; numerous colour maps. ISBN 978-85-60120-04-8. Paperback, £34.99. Available in the UK exclusively from NH...
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News and comment

01 June 2009
Comments News and comment More birds are at risk of extinction than ever before: the latest Red List of threatened species lists 192 species as Critically Endangered, two more than last year's total. A total of 1,227 species (12% of the world total) are classed as Globally Thre...
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Recent reports

01 June 2009
Comments Recent Reports This summary of unchecked reports covers early April 2009 to early May 2009. Headlines As a whole, the period had a decidedly southern or southeast European feel, with spring overshoots including a long-awaited Crested Lar...
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