The 2020/2021 Gough Island Restoration team arrive on the island
Kim Stevens, Vonica Perold and Roelf Daling have arrived on Gough Island to relieve Alexis Osborne, Chris Jones and Michelle Risi after their epic 2-year stint on the island.
Employment opportunity with BirdLife South Africa
BirdLife SA is looking to recruit a new Raptor and LTB Project Manager to help drive the conservation of South Africa's most threatened birds of prey and large terrestrial birds. Application deadline is 30 September 2020.
Award for Fitz Honorary Research Associate, Prof. Wendy Foden
The British Ecological Society’s Marsh Award for Climate Change Research has been awarded to Prof Wendy Foden, a world-leading researcher in climate change vulnerability assessments of threatened species.
Two new papers from the Hot Birds Project
Research on Southern Pied babblers by PhD student Amanda Bourne has recently been published in the journals 'Proceedings of the Royal Society B' and 'Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution'
Managing geese on golf courses
The reluctance of golf course managers to adopt effective solutions to control the nuisance impact of Egyptian Geese is not a failure of science but rather a failure of the process of effectively mitigating a wildlife management conflict.


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The Institute would like to thank Jill Adams and particularly Norman Arlott for permission to use their illustrations.