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Bumblebee queens migrate for hundreds of kilometres
Changing data resolution provides new insights for alien species management
Early-arriving endangered Chinook salmon take brunt of sea lion predation on Columbia
Australian carp virus plan ‘dead in water’
How top predators and fisheries can survive on same prey
Crayfish ‘trapping’ fails to control invasive species
Researchers predict refuges from disease myrtle rust
Ants adapt tool use to avoid drowning
Caught on tape: UF wildlife researchers repurpose listening device to track poaching
Oil palm replanting may decrease arthropod biodiversity
Provide shady spots to protect butterflies from climate change, say scientists
Logging tropical forests jeopardizes fisheries important for food and livelihood
Ecologists confirm Alan Turing’s theory for Australian fairy circles
Managing energy balance through lactation
Development of a diagnostic tool for water bodies
To mate or be eaten: tree cricket behaviour in presence of a predator
Indigenous Knowledge Still Undervalued in Environmental Decisions
Multiple benefits of conserving native forest
Announcing 2020 British Ecological Society award winners
Younger generation fail to notice environmental decline due to generational amnesia risking conservation longevity
Tracking re-invasion of mice on offshore havens
Bee Neighbourly: Sharing Bees Helps More Farmers
Introduced seed predators are no surrogate for extinct seed-eating animals on islands
Lianas strongly impact forests in southern Amazonia
Insect diversity boosted by combination of crop diversity and semi-natural habitats
How fish stocks will change in warming seas
Childhood connection to nature has many benefits but is not universally positive, finds review
Indigenous leadership gets best results for wildlife translocations
Shark “sea lanes” need protecting
Lemon sharks – live fast, die young
Indigenous people vital for understanding environmental change
Researchers build first AI tool capable of identifying individual birds
When landscapes change, conservation strategies must change as well
Debate needed on potential culling of generalist predators such as crows and foxes to protect Europe’s declining
Snowshoe hare carcasses feed more then usual suspects, study shows
Clear strategies needed to reduce bushmeat hunting
What actions played a crucial role in curbing rhinoceros poaching in Nepal?
Rhino horn consumers in Vietnam do not trust demand reduction campaigns
“Frequent Fliers”: Study finds long-distance dispersal trend in American kestrels
Gall fly outmaneuvers host plant in game of “Spy vs. Spy”
New study reveals rarity of Spirit Bear and gaps in their protection in Great Bear Rainforest
How to bring conservation messaging into wildlife-based tourism
Wild bees depend on landscape structure
Daniel Becker wins British Ecological Society’s Sidnie Manton Award
Sample management for biologists
Lizards need their coffee too: could caffeine help bring threatened species back from brink
University of Hong Kong – codeveloped automated laser-scanning ‘hunter drone’ seeks out fossils
Wind beneath their wings -study finds albatrosses fine-tuned to wind conditions