21 February 2018
Read the BES Agricultural Ecology Special Interest Group's report on finding the common ground for a future agriculture policy.
16 - 19 December 2018
Join over 1200 international ecologists at our 2018 Annual Meeting in Birmingham.
20 February 2018
A recent study published in the Journal of Applied Ecology provides a range of options to protect and restore Hawaii's valuable marine ecosystems for the future.
16 February 2018
Journal of Animal Ecology published a Special Feature with 18 research articles investigating the ecology of host–microbe interactions.
15 February 2018
A new study of the Amazon rainforest examines what happens to plants if their seed dispersers are no longer present.
14 February 2018
In California’s iconic shrubland ecosystem, wildfire management can devastate wild bird populations and fire-risk reduction is only temporary.
13 February 2018
A University of Adelaide study showed that monitoring wildlife using drones is more accurate than traditional counting approaches.
Food web supporting wildlife would appear very different without the nutrients supplied by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.
06 February 2018
A new study in the Journal of Ecology reveals a number of plants that were not previously known to be part of the diet of waterbirds.
Density trends and demographic signals uncover the long-term impact of transmissible cancer in Tasmanian devils.
05 February 2018
Contribute to the BES response to the Environment Audit Committee's inquiry into the 25 year plan to improve the environment.
30 January 2018
We are pleased to announce the winners of the Ecology Across Borders People's Choice Award, Student Talk and Student Poster Prizes.
30 January 2018
Beetles are shrinking as their habitats get warmer.
29 January 2018
Livestock grazing alongside wildlife may benefit farmers by reducing parasitic disease.
25 January 2018
Each year we give out around 50 grants across 5 funding streams and it is rewarding to see these grants acknowledged in one of our journals.
24 January 2018
Low impact farming methods benefit both pollinators and açaí fruit production.