Culling Wildlife for the Sake of Research
Culling Wildlife for the Sake of Research
A case in which the University of Florida killed birds to protect crop research raises questions on the ethics of field studies’ potential side effects.
Culling Wildlife for the Sake of Research
Culling Wildlife for the Sake of Research

A case in which the University of Florida killed birds to protect crop research raises questions on the ethics of field studies’ potential side effects.

A case in which the University of Florida killed birds to protect crop research raises questions on the ethics of field studies’ potential side effects.

bird populations
Drones Are Changing the Face of Ecology
Drones Are Changing the Face of Ecology
Catherine Offord | Aug 1, 2018
Unmanned aerial vehicles allow researchers to collect huge volumes of biological data cheaply, easily, and at higher resolution than ever before.
Bird Bullies
Bird Bullies
Jef Akst | Jun 1, 2013
Regular supplies of food for scavenger birds in Spain may not be the most effective conservation strategy, as smaller birds are bullied away.
Backyard Bird Count Goes Global
Backyard Bird Count Goes Global
Bob Grant | Feb 22, 2013
Amateur birders record an astounding number of species and individuals in the first ever worldwide avian stock taking.
Polly Wanna Genome?
Polly Wanna Genome?
Jef Akst | Dec 1, 2012
Puerto Rican businesses and residents come together to support the genomic sequencing of the island’s only native parrot species, hoping to help protect the endangered bird.
Ornithologists Want Windmill Research
Edyta Zielinska | Jun 21, 2012
Researchers call for access to more data from energy companies to find strategies that will limit bird and bat deaths from wind turbines.
One Year On
Nick Beresford and Jordi Vives i Batlle | Mar 1, 2012
Some thoughts about the ecological fallout from Fukushima
Fukushima Birds Affected
Sabrina Richards | Feb 9, 2012
Radiation in Fukushima Prefecture is reducing bird populations less than 1 year since the nuclear disaster.