Here you can find some recent news and events, as well as a selection of recent papers and any new members that have joined the EGI.
Bird Ringing Demonstration at Farmoor Res Oxon, 25th February 2012
A new study in Biological Reviews uses meta-analysis to quantify the fitness causes and consequences of divorce in birds. Analysing data from 64 species reveals clear evidence that divorce is a response to lower success and that, at least for females, divorce leads to an increase in success. More details here
Sonya Clegg, Bruce Robertson (University of Otago) and Ian Owens (Natural History Museum, London) have been awarded an $NZ 808k grant from the Royal Society of New Zealand Marsden Fund to investigate genetic variation at genes important for migration and explorative behavior in southwest Pacific white-eyes.
Rachel Kam – (studying for MSc by Research), October 20, 2014
Position: MSc by Research
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Cormorant preening, Skomer