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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 use of roads in protected areas and its effects on avian scavenger guild
The expansion of road networks and the increase in traffic have emerged in recent years as key threats to the conservation of biodiversity. This is particularly concerning in many protected areas...
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natural protected areas
Stakeholders perceptions of the endangered Egyptian vulture: insights for conservation
The inclusion of perceptions, interests and needs of stakeholders in biodiversity conservation is critical for the long-term protection of endangered species. Yet, the social dimensions of...
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Spatiotemporal dynamics of genetic variation in the Iberian lynx along its path to extinction reconstructed with ancient DNA
There is the tendency to assume that endangered species have been both genetically and demographically healthier in the past. The Iberian lynx suffered a dramatic and continuous decline during the...
About Spatiotemporal dynamics of genetic variation in the Iberian lynx along its path to extinction reconstructed with ancient DNA
How to plan reintroductions of long-lived birds
Reintroductions have been increasingly used for species restoration and it seems that this conservation tool is going to be more used in the future. Nevertheless, there is not a clear consensus...
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birds of prey
ethology and biodiversity conservation
animal sexual behaviour