Literature

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Cowley, E, Siriwardena, GM2005Long-term variation in survival rates of Sand Martins Riparia riparia: dependence on breeding and wintering ground weather, age and sex, and their population consequences: Capsule Survival rates of Sand Martins are driven by variation in rainfall on the w
Cowley, E, Siriwardena, GM2005Long-term variation in survival rates of Sand Martins Riparia riparia: dependence on breeding and wintering ground weather, age and sex, and their population consequences: Capsule Survival rates of Sand Martins are driven by variation in rainfall on the w
Davey, CM, Vickery, JA, Boatman, ND, Chamberlain, DE, Siriwardena, GM2010Entry Level Stewardship may enhance bird numbers in boundary habitats
PROFFITT, FIONAM, Newton, I, Wilson, JD, Siriwardena, GM2004Bullfinch Pyrrhula pyrrhula breeding ecology in lowland farmland and woodland: comparisons across time and habitat
Robinson, RA, Siriwardena, GM, Crick, HQP2005Size and trends of the House Sparrow Passer domesticus population in Great Britain
Robinson, RA, Siriwardena, GM, Crick, HQP2005Status and population trends of Starling Sturnus vulgaris in Great Britain: Capsule Starling populations have declined markedly since 1964, with the greatest declines in pastoral areas in the south and west of Britain.
Robinson, RA, Siriwardena, GM, Crick, HQP2005Status and population trends of Starling Sturnus vulgaris in Great Britain: Capsule Starling populations have declined markedly since 1964, with the greatest declines in pastoral areas in the south and west of Britain
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Siriwardena, GM, Baillie, SR, Buckland, ST, Fewster, RM, Marchant, JH, Wilson, JD1998Trends in the abundance of farmland birds: a quantitative comparison of smoothed Common Birds Census indices
Siriwardena, GM, Baillie, SR, Crick, HQP, Wilson, JD2000The importance of variation in the breeding performance of seed-eating birds in determining their population trends on farmland
Siriwardena, GM, Baillie, SR, Wilson, JD1999Temporal variation in the annual survival rates of six granivorous birds with contrasting population trends
Siriwardena, GM, CALBRADE, NEILA, Vickery, JA2008Farmland birds and late winter food: does seed supply fail to meet demand?
Siriwardena, GM, Stevens, DK2004Effects of habitat on the use of supplementary food by farmland birds in winter
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