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Researchers track nocturnal flight to reduce seabird mortality due to light pollution
The LuMinAves project in which the Doñana Biological Station (EBD-CSIC) participates has collected data to manage the seabird mortality induced by artificial lights, an important phenomenon...
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Where to head: environmental conditions shape foraging destinations in a critically endangered seabird
An international team monitors reproductive Balearic shearwaters, a critically endangered species, in Ibiza for four years to determine the most important feeding areas for this population and...
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The Biological Station of Doñana developes new molecular tools to measure biodiversity in protected areas
Wildlife conservation has focused primarily on species for the last decades. Recently, popular perception and laws have begun to recognize the central importance of genetic diversity in the...
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Large carnivore species recolonize Europe
Wolves, lynxes and brown bears are among the most charismatic carnivore species in Europe, and they seem to be making a comeback after almost becoming extinct at the end of the past century. What...
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The six most important threats for petrels and shearwaters
Shearwaters and petrels are highly adapted seabirds that occur across all the world’s oceans. Petrels are a threatened seabird group comprising 120 species. They have bet-hedging life histories...
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