Just to let you all know that this week we have Nina Karnovsky joining us as a guest host on Seabird Sessions. She'll be discussing a recent paper on little auks and how flexible they are at foraging in a changing environment.
David will also be there to present a paper which compares GPS tracking data to control birds with some interesting results.
For more information head to www.seabirds.net/events/seabird-sessions. The link to the ZOOM meeting will appear there 15 minutes prior to the event.
Seward, A., Taylor, R.C., Perrow, M.R., Berridge, R.J., Bowgen, K.M., Dodd, S., Johnstone, I. and Bolton, M., Effect of GPS tagging on behaviour and marine distribution of breeding Arctic Terns Sterna paradisaea. Ibis.
Jakubas, D., Wojczulanis-Jakubas, K., Iliszko, L.M., Kidawa, D., Boehnke, R., Błachowiak-Samołyk, K. and Stempniewicz, L., 2020. Flexibility of little auks foraging in various oceanographic features in a changing Arctic. Scientific Reports, 10(1), pp.1-18.