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16 Apr 2014

New research led by the BTO suggests that habitat attributes, such as its area and how isolated it is, may influence the ability of woodland birds to withstand population declines caused by winter weather. The study concludes that landscape-scale conservation initiatives that maximize woodland patch size and minimize patch isolation could help improve the resilience of some woodland bird species to climate change.

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Sat 8th Nov 2014
Ysgol Brynhyfryd,
Ysgol Brynhyfryd
Mold Road
Ruthin, Denbighshire LL15 1EG
United Kingdom

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Willow Warbler
Sat 19th Apr 2014
Kirkton Manor Village Hall,
Peebles, Borders
Spring bird identification and the Breeding Bird Survey
Anne Cotton. 01786 466 560
Kirkton Manor Village Hall Peebles, Borders EH45 9JH
United Kingdom