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Research briefs: Why mice fear bananas and origami-inspired design
Multiple habitats need protecting to save UK bumblebees, finds 10-year citizen science study
Multiple habitats need protecting to save UK bumblebees, reveals 10-year citizen science study
Research briefs: Smartphone addiction and secrets of killer whale diets
Research briefs: Curbing smartphone addiction and secrets of killer whale diets
Collision hotspots for migrating birds revealed in new study
Research briefs: Perfectionism, misinformation, and safety during pandemic
British Ecological Society announces journal prize winners 29 April
Many UK protected areas are failing to deliver benefits for nature, according to new report
Ensuring protected areas are beating heart of nature recovery
Protected areas can be beating heart of nature recovery in UK, but they must be more than lines on map
Invasive insects will kill 1.4 million US street trees by 2050
EDNA used to identify endangered fish in wet markets
Research briefs: Invasive insects, sense of touch, and urban runoff
US national park place names contribute to erasing Indigenous cultures
Digitised museum collections reveal impact of climate change on British butterflies
Warmer autumns could spell bad news for butterflies, suggests study
Rolling wildflower blocks: benefits for biodiversity
Biodiversity loss has knock-on effects on global markets
Rewilding apex predators can limit seed dispersal by frugivorous carnivores
What do grasshoppers eat? New research shows similarities with mammal teeth
Restoring tropical peatlands supports bird diversity without impacting livelihoods
Scientists estimate invasive insects will kill 1.4 million US street trees by 2050
Researchers estimate invasive insects will kill 1.4 million US street trees by 2050
Research and conservation action must be better linked to protect seabirds in face of climate change
Research demonstrates value ‘injurious weeds’ can bring to both pollinators and biodiversity
Climate change: Are mountain plants too inflexible?
Feeling connected to nature linked to lower risk of snake and spider phobias
Researchers develop portable sensor-packed tool for insect tracking
Interactive map helps protect one of UK’s most threatened mammals
Dog faeces and urine could be harming nature reserves, according to new study
Dog feces and urine could be harming nature reserves, according to new study
Study explores how temperate rainforests can aid fight against climate change
Study shows how temperate rainforests can aid fight against climate change
Human-driven evolution threatens fish stocks
Bird-friendly agriculture: finding right balance to benefit birds and farmers
New conservation tool calculates optimal time to spend researching habitat before protecting it
Ecological trade off? Utility-scale solar energy impedes endangered florida panthers
New research shows that current national red squirrel conservation strategies likely to undermine species survival
Urban gardens are dependable food source for pollinators through year, study suggests
City allotments match farming productivity per square metre
Sky’s limit: Using airborne DNA to monitor insect biodiversity
Newly discovered fish songs demonstrate reef restoration success
Ecological knowledge of local populations more accurate than 10 years of conventional scientific monitoring
Invasive ants can threaten ecosystems by damaging plants at roots
Loss of tree species has cumulative impact on biodiversity
Woodland and hedgerow creation will be crucial to support pollinators in Wales
Capturing Ecology 2021 – Winning images announced