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Wildlife and wind farms: Are British gulls staying safe in the winter sun?

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Wildlife and wind farms: Are British gulls staying safe in the winter sun?

New research shows that Lesser Black-backed Gulls breeding in Britain could be vulnerable to collisions with wind turbines whilst on migration and during the winter months as well as during the breeding season.

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Flowering wild plants to promote beneficial insects in the field

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Flowering wild plants to promote beneficial insects in the field

Research details which flowering plants are used by pollinators and beneficial insects as food sources over the course of the year.

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New model predicts Painted Lady butterfly migrations based on breeding sites data

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New model predicts Painted Lady butterfly migrations based on breeding sites data

Researchers from the Institute of Evolutionary Biology (IBE) have developed a model that allows predicting the migratory movements of the Painted Lady butterfly between Europe and Africa based on data from breeding sites.

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