Literature

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Alves, JA, Lourenço, PM, Piersma, T, Sutherland, WJ, Gill, JA2010Population overlap and habitat segregation in wintering Black‐tailed Godwits Limosa limosa
Alves, JA, Lourenço, PM, Piersma, T, Sutherland, WJ, Gill, JA2010Population overlap and habitat segregation in wintering Black‐tailed Godwits Limosa limosa
Ausden, M, Rowlands, A, Sutherland, WJ, James, R2003Diet of breeding Lapwing Vanellus vanellus and Redshank Tringa totanus on coastal grazing marsh and implications for habitat management: Capsule Management of coastal grazing marshes for these breeding wading birds should prescribe maintaining shallow poo
Ausden, M, Rowlands, A, Sutherland, WJ, James, R2003Diet of breeding Lapwing Vanellus vanellus and Redshank Tringa totanus on coastal grazing marsh and implications for habitat management: Capsule Management of coastal grazing marshes for these breeding wading birds should prescribe maintaining shallow poo
Catry, I, Dias, MP, Catry, T, Afanasyev, V, FOX, JAMES, FRANCO, ALDINAMA, Sutherland, WJ2011Individual variation in migratory movements and winter behaviour of Iberian Lesser Kestrels Falco naumanni revealed by geolocators
Catry, I, FRANCO, ALDINAMA, Sutherland, WJ2012Landscape and weather determinants of prey availability: implications for the Lesser Kestrel Falco naumanni
Eglington, SM, BOLTON, MARK, Smart, MA, Sutherland, WJ, Watkinson, AR, Gill, JA2010Managing water levels on wet grasslands to improve foraging conditions for breeding northern lapwing Vanellus vanellus
FLEISHMAN, ERICA, BLOCKSTEIN, DAVIDE, HALL, JOHNA, MASCIA, MICHAELB, RUDD, MURRAYA, J. Scott, M, Sutherland, WJ, BARTUSKA, ANNM, A. Brown, G, Christen, CA, Clement, JP, DELLASALA, DOMINICK, Duke, CS, Eaton, M, Fiske, SJ, Gosnell, H, J. Haney, C, Hutchins, M, Klein, ML, Marqusee, J, Noon, BR, Nordgren, JR, Orbuch, PM, Powell, J, Quarles, SP, Saterson, KA, Savitt, CC, Stein, BA, Webster, MS, Vedder, A2011Top 40 Priorities for Science to Inform US Conservation and Management Policy
Gill, JA, Clark, J, Clark, N, Sutherland, WJ1995Sex differences in the migration, moult and wintering areas of British‐ringed Ruff
Gill, JA, Norris, K, Sutherland, WJ2001The effects of disturbance on habitat use by black-tailed godwits Limosa limosa
Gillings, S, Austin, GE, Fuller, RJ, Sutherland, WJ2006Distribution shifts in wintering Golden Plover Pluvialis apricaria and Lapwing Vanellus vanellus in Britain: Capsule The winter distribution of Golden Plover and Lapwing has shifted east since the mid-1980s, perhaps in response to climate change.
Gillings, S, Austin, GE, Fuller, RJ, Sutherland, WJ2006Distribution shifts in wintering Golden Plover Pluvialis apricaria and Lapwing Vanellus vanellus in Britain: Capsule The winter distribution of Golden Plover and Lapwing has shifted east since the mid-1980s, perhaps in response to climate change
Gillings, S, Fuller, RJ, Sutherland, WJ2007Winter field use and habitat selection by Eurasian Golden Plovers Pluvialis apricaria and Northern Lapwings Vanellus vanellus on arable farmland
Gillings, S, Fuller, RJ, Sutherland, WJ2005Diurnal Studies Do Not Predict Nocturnal Habitat Choice and Site Selection of European Golden-Plovers (Pluvialis apricaria) and Northern Lapwings (Vanellus vanellus) (Los Estudios Diurnos no Predicen la Preferencia Nocturna de Hábitat ni la Selección No
Gillings, S, Sutherland, WJ2007Comparative Diurnal and Nocturnal Diet and Foraging in Eurasian Golden Plovers Pluvialis apricaria and Northern Lapwings Vanellus vanellus Wintering on Arable Farmland
Gilroy, JJ, Anderson, GQA, Grice, PV, Vickery, JA, P. Watts, N, Sutherland, WJ2009Foraging habitat selection, diet and nestlingcondition in Yellow Wagtails Motacilla flava breeding on arable farmland
Gilroy, JJ, Anderson, GQA, Grice, PV, Vickery, JA, P. Watts, N, Sutherland, WJ2009Foraging habitat selection, diet and nestlingcondition in Yellow Wagtails Motacilla flava breeding on arable farmland
Goss-Custard, JD, West, AD, Yates, MG, Caldow, RWG, Stillman, RA, Bardsley, L, Castilla, J, Castro, M, Dierschke, V, Durell, SEALe V, Eichhorn, G, Ens, BJ, Exo, K-M, Udayangani-Fernando, PU, Ferns, PN, Hockey, PAR, Gill, JA, JOHNSTONE, IAN, Kalejta-Summers, B, Masero, JA, Moreira, F, Nagarajan, RVelu, OWENS, IANPF, Pacheco, C, Perez-Hurtado, A, Rogers, D, Scheiffarth, G, Sitters, H, Sutherland, WJ, Triplet, P, Worrall, DH, ZHARIKOV, YURI, Zwarts, L, Pettifor, RA2006Intake rates and the functional response in shorebirds (Charadriiformes) eating macro-invertebrates
Gunnarsson, TG, Gill, JA, Atkinson, PW, Gélinaud, G, Potts, PM, Croger, RE, Gudmundsson, GA, Appleton, GF, Sutherland, WJ2006Population-Scale Drivers of Individual Arrival Times in Migratory Birds
Gunnarsson, TG, Gill, JA, GOODACRE, SARAL, Gélinaud, G, Atkinson, PW, HEWITT, GODFREYM, Potts, PM, Sutherland, WJ2006Sexing of Black-tailed Godwits Limosa limosa islandica: a comparison of behavioural, molecular, biometric and field-based techniques: Capsule Biometrics and plumage characteristics can both be used to reliably sex Black-tailed Godwits.
Gunnarsson, TG, Gill, JA, GOODACRE, SARAL, Gélinaud, G, Atkinson, PW, HEWITT, GODFREYM, Potts, PM, Sutherland, WJ2006Sexing of Black-tailed Godwits Limosa limosa islandica: a comparison of behavioural, molecular, biometric and field-based techniques: Capsule Biometrics and plumage characteristics can both be used to reliably sex Black-tailed Godwits
Gunnarsson, TG, Gill, JA, PETERSEN, AEVAR, Appleton, GF, Sutherland, WJ2005A Double Buffer Effect in a Migratory Shorebird Population
Gunnarsson, TGrétar, Gill, JA, Potts, PM, Atkinson, PW, Croger, RE, Gélinaud, G, Gardarsson, A, Sutherland, WJ2005Estimating population size in Black-tailed Godwits Limosa limosa islandica by colour-marking: Capsule Adult population size of the Icelandic race of Black-tailed Godwit was estimated at 37 500 individuals
Gunnarsson, TGrétar, Gill, JA, Potts, PM, Atkinson, PW, Croger, RE, Gélinaud, G, Gardarsson, A, Sutherland, WJ2005Estimating population size in Black-tailed Godwits Limosa limosa islandica by colour-marking: Capsule Adult population size of the Icelandic race of Black-tailed Godwit was estimated at 37 500 individuals.
Höglund, J, WIDEMO, FREDRIK, Sutherland, WJ, Nordenfors, H1998Ruffs, Philomachus pugnax, and Distribution Models: Can Leks Be Regarded as Patches?
Keo, O, Collar, NJ, Sutherland, WJ2009Nest protectors provide a cost-effective means of increasing breeding success in Giant Ibis Thaumatibis gigantea
LILEY, DURWYN, Sutherland, WJ2007Predicting the population consequences of human disturbance for Ringed Plovers Charadrius hiaticula: a game theory approach
Mallord, JW, Dolman, PM, Brown, A, Sutherland, WJ2008Early nesting does not result in greater productivity in the multi-brooded Woodlark Lullula arborea: Capsule Birds that started nesting early and made more nesting attempts did not produce more fledglings or recruits.
Mallord, JW, Dolman, PM, Brown, A, Sutherland, WJ2008Early nesting does not result in greater productivity in the multi-brooded Woodlark Lullula arborea: Capsule Birds that started nesting early and made more nesting attempts did not produce more fledglings or recruits
Mallord, JW, Dolman, PM, Brown, A, Sutherland, WJ2007Nest-site characteristics of Woodlarks Lullula arborea breeding on heathlands in southern England: are there consequences for nest survival and productivity?: Capsule Although Woodlarks showed strong preferences for various nest-site characteristics, ther
Mallord, JW, Dolman, PM, Brown, A, Sutherland, WJ2007Nest-site characteristics of Woodlarks Lullula arborea breeding on heathlands in southern England: are there consequences for nest survival and productivity?: Capsule Although Woodlarks showed strong preferences for various nest-site characteristics, ther
MURISON, GISELLE, Bullock, JM, UNDERHILL-DAY, JOHN, Langston, R, Brown, AF, Sutherland, WJ2007Habitat type determines the effects of disturbance on the breeding productivity of the Dartford Warbler Sylvia undata
Raine, AF, Brown, AF, Amano, T, Sutherland, WJ2009Assessing population changes from disparate data sources: the decline of the Twite Carduelis flavirostris in England
Raine, AF, Sowter, DJ, Brown, AF, Sutherland, WJ2006Natal philopatry and local movement patterns of Twite Carduelis flavirostris
Raine, AF, Sowter, DJ, Brown, AF, Sutherland, WJ2006Migration patterns of two populations of twite carduelis flavirostris in Britain
Ridley, J, Komdeur, J, Sutherland, WJ2003Population Regulation in Group-Living Birds: Predictive Models of the Seychelles Warbler
Sutherland, WJ, Alves, JA, Amano, T, Chang, CH, Davidson, NC, C. Finlayson, M, Gill, JA, Gill, RE, GonzÁlez, PM, Gunnarsson, TGrétar, KLEIJN, DAVID, Spray, CJ, Székely, T, THOMPSON, DESBA2012A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds
Sutherland, WJ, Alves, JA, Amano, T, Chang, CH, Davidson, NC, C. Finlayson, M, Gill, JA, Gill, RE, GonzÁlez, PM, Gunnarsson, TGrétar, KLEIJN, DAVID, Spray, CJ, Székely, T, THOMPSON, DESBA2012A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats to migratory shorebirds
Sutherland, WJ, FLEISHMAN, ERICA, MASCIA, MICHAELB, Pretty, J, RUDD, MURRAYA2011Methods for collaboratively identifying research priorities and emerging issues in science and policy
Sutherland, WJ, JONES, DAVIDWF, HADFIELD, ROBERTW1986Age differences in the feeding ability of Moorhens Gallinula chloropus
Wright, LJ, Hoblyn, RA, Green, RE, Bowden, CGR, Mallord, JW, Sutherland, WJ, Dolman, PM2009Importance of Climatic and Environmental Change in the Demography of a Multi-Brooded Passerine, the Woodlark Lullula Arborea
Wright, LJ, Hoblyn, RA, Sutherland, WJ, Dolman, PM2007Reproductive success of Woodlarks Lullula arborea in traditional and recently colonized habitats: Capsule Set-aside schemes have allowed breeding Woodlarks to colonize farmland, but heathland and forestry habitats remain the stronghold
Wright, LJ, Hoblyn, RA, Sutherland, WJ, Dolman, PM2007Reproductive success of Woodlarks Lullula arborea in traditional and recently colonized habitats: Capsule Set-aside schemes have allowed breeding Woodlarks to colonize farmland, but heathland and forestry habitats remain the stronghold.
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