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Rosedale Ring Ouzel Project, North York Moors

 

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Catching methods and biometrics of breeding Ring Ouzels Turdus torquatus torquatus in northeast Scotland (published online 2011)

Seasonal variation in foraging conditions for Ring Ouzels Turdus torquatus in upland habitats and their effects on juvenile habitat selection (published online 2012)

Frequency of multiple brooding in Ring Ouzels, including first documented cases of triple brooding (published online 2012)

European Bird Cencus Council (EBCC) 2013 - ‘European’ breeding trend for Ring Ouzel

Frequency of multiple brooding in Ring Ouzels, including first documented cases of triple brooding

Seasonal variation in foraging conditions for Ring Ouzels Turdus torquatus in upland habitats and their effects on juvenile habitat selection

Catching methods and biometrics of breeding Ring Ouzels Turdus torquatus torquatus in northeast Scotland

The contribution of Ring Ouzels to the seed production and dispersal of juniper (665 kB PDF) - refer to page 1421 of this paper. Although Ring Ouzels are mentioned in connection with juniper in Spain, the comments are still relevant to British birds.

Conservation opportunities in Spanish juniper Juniperus thurifera woodlands: the case of migratory thrushes Turdus spp.
José Luis TELLERÍA, Iván DE LA HERA, Álvaro RAMÍREZ and Tomás SANTOS
Ardeola Volume 58 June 2011 pages 57-70. Click here for abstract.


Sites containing Scientific Papers mentioning Ring Ouzels

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