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The Eurasian Woodcock is a wader that occupies woodland habitats. It is an elusive bird, especially during the breeding ...
Habitat preferences of the Eurasian Woodcock in the Neuchâtel Jura
In collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in Radolfzell, the Swiss Ornithological Institute is inve ...
Dispersal ecology of Alpine Golden Eagles
When selecting a breeding site, birds are influenced not only by habitat quality, but also by social cues such as the pr ...
Social attraction as a conservation measure
The habitat of the highly specialised White-winged Snowfinch is currently undergoing dramatic changes. We investigate th ...
Population dynamics of the White-winged Snowfinch
According to all predictions, the rock ptarmigan will severely suffer from global warming, and its range is supposed to ...
Rock ptarmigan and climate change
Radio-telemetry is an essential tool for field-based biological research. It has been applied for more than 40 years to ...
Woodpeckers are generally considered to be poor dispersers. This appears to apply to the Middle Spotted Woodpecker as we ...
Genetic connectivity of woodpecker populations
The Swiss population of little owls remained stagnant whilst the nearby French and German populations increased substant ...
Survival rate, range use and dispersal of Little Owls
The wood warbler is endangered in Switzerland and in many parts of Europe. A research project of the Swiss Ornithologica ...
Settlement behaviour, predation and population fluctuations in the wood warbler
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