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Pringle, H., Wilson, M., Calladine, J. & Siriwardena, G.M. 2019. Associations between gamebird releases and general predators. Journal of Applied Ecology View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13451) 12pp
Jarrett D., Calladine J., Milner J., Wernham C., Wilson M. 2019. Investigating wader breeding productivity in the East Cairngorms Moorland Partnership Area using collaborative methods. Research Report no. 715. British Trust for Ornithology, Thetford ISBN: 9781912642014 44pp £15.00 Download Report (PDF)
Challis A., Edwards C., Heavisides A., Holling M., Kortland K., Mattingley W., Riddle G., Roos S., Stevenson A., Stirling-Aird P.K., Stroud D.A., Wernham C.V., Wilson M.W. 2019. The Scottish Raptor Monitoring Scheme: recent developments in good practice monitoring. Bird Study View at journal website (DOI: 10.1080/00063657.2018.1477737)
Wilson M., Jarrett D., & Calladine J. 2018. Review of data and monitoring options for assessing the status of breeding wader populations in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Research Report no. 713. BTO Research Report 713 British Trust for Ornithology, Thetford, England ISBN: 9781912642007 30pp £12.00 Download Report (PDF)
M. W. Wilson, D. E. Balmer, K. Jones, V. A. King, D. Raw, C. J. Rollie, E. Rooney, M. Ruddock, G. D. Smith, A. Stevenson, P. K. Stirling-Aird, C. V. Wernham, J. M. Weston & D. G. Noble. 2018. The breeding population of Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus in the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Channel Islands in 2014. Bird Study Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1080/00063657.2017.1421610)
David Jarrett, John Calladine, Chris Wernham & Mark Wilson 2017. Monitoring Breeding Waders in Wensleydale: trialling surveys carried out by farmers and gamekeepers. Research Report no. 703. British Trust for Ornithology, Thetford ISBN: 978-1-908581-85-3 £5.00 Download Report (PDF)
Newson, S. E., Evans, H. E., Gillings, S., Jarret, D., Raynor, R., Wilson, M. W. 2017. Large-scale citizen science improves assessment of risk posed by wind farms to bats in southern Scotland. Biological Conservation 215 : 61-71 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2017.09.004)
Calladine, J., Jarrett, D., Wilson, M. & Edwards, C. 2017. Stand structure and breeding birds in managed Scots pine forests: Some likely long-term implications for continuous cover forestry. Forest Ecology and Management 397 : 174-184 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2017.04.039)
Ainsworth, G., Calladine, J., Martay, B., Park, K., Redpath, S., Wernham, C., Wilson, M. & Young, J. 2016. Understanding Predation. A review bringing together natural science and local knowledge of recent wild bird population changes and their drivers in Scotland. Moorland Forum Link to publication