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Birds, bees and butter – new study underlines importance of biodiversity for crop production and West African
Lack of insects in cities limits breeding success of urban birds
How does an increase in nitrogen application affect grasslands?
Indigenous voices reveal key strategies for navigating challenging return of sea otters
Severe coral loss leaves reefs with larger fish but low energy turnover
Nature reserve under water
Imperial community pays tribute to Lord Robert May
“Superfoods”, a super-impact on environment
Understanding deer damage is crucial when planting new forests
Poor Amazonians go hungry despite living in one of most biodiverse places on Earth
British Ecological Society announces journal prize winners
British Ecological Society announces 2020 journal prize winners
Ash dieback is less severe in isolated ash trees
Parasite carried by grey squirrels negatively impacts red squirrel behaviour
West African lions show no preference between national parks and hunting zones
More taxpayers’ money for environment and public benefit
Fishing for Mammals: How DNA from rivers could revolutionise mammal detection on land
Why a focus on constant change is more important than a focus on stability
Human activities and underlying mechanism of green tide formation
Dragonflies are efficient predators that consume hundreds of thousands of insects, locally
Conservation translocation: trade-offs for species survival and biodiversity
Cat Food Mystery Foils Diet Study
Lava flows tell 600-year story of biodiversity loss on tropical island
Watching TV helps birds make better food choices
Amazon forest disturbance is changing how plants are dispersed
Call for policy makers to protect pollinators
New software program could boost protections for animals on move on land and at sea
Orb-weaver spiders’ yellow and black pattern helps them lure prey
New study: are teen seabirds safe?
Feeding bluebirds helps fend off parasites
British Ecological Society launches new journal: Ecological Solutions and Evidence
Energy-saving modernisation of villages may reduce farmland bird numbers
Closer scientific collaboration needed to save orangutan, say leading experts
Global study finds predators are most likely to be lost when habitats are converted for human use
Temporal dimension of ‘alien attack’ in plant-pollinator communities
First come, first bred
Fish species benefit from marine protection to varying extents – common and exploited species profit most
Mowing urban lawns less intensely increases biodiversity, saves money and reduces pests
CSUN study demonstrates marine protected areas are most effective in overfished areas
Northern Ireland’s recovering pine marten population benefits red squirrels, but urban grey squirrel poses a problem
Bumblebees exposed to Chernobyl-levels of radiation consume more nectar
Study finds that multi-species grassland mixtures increase yield stability, even under drought conditions
Dial-a-frog – researchers develop ‘FrogPhone’ to remotely call frogs in wild
Often derided as pests, deer and elk can help young Douglas-fir trees under some conditions