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Bird Study


Chris Merkord
  • Bird Study Bird Study British Trust for Ornithology http://www.bto.org/research-data-services/publications/bird-study

    Bird Study publishes high quality papers relevant to the sphere of interest of the British Trust for Ornithology: broadly, field ornithology, especially related to evidence-based bird conservation. Papers are especially welcome on: patterns of distribution and abundance, movements, habitat preferences, developing field census methods, ringing and other techniques for marking and tracking birds.

     

    Bird Study concentrates on research concerning bird species that occur in the Western Palearctic. This includes research on their biology outside of the Western Palearctic, for example on wintering grounds in Africa. Bird Study also welcomes papers from any part of the world if they are of general interest to the broad areas of investigation outlined above.

     

    The following types of articles are published:
    Original research papers (any length), Short original research papers (less than 2500 words), Scientific reviews, Forum articles covering general ornithological issues, including non-scientific ones, short feedback articles that make scientific criticisms of papers published recently in the Journal.

     

    Other subtitle: The journal of the British Trust for Ornithology

     

    Former frequency:
    Quarterly, 1954-1980
    Three issues yearly, 1981-2009

    English International Journal Active 1954 Four times per year 0.888 2015 0006-3657 58026495 BIOSIS Previews Current Contents Science Citation Index Science Citation Index Expanded Zoological Record http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tbis20 1-current (1954-present) [3 year moving wall] Taylor & Francis Online http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tbis20 3 most recent years Taylor & Francis Online
The Science of Pure and Applied Ornithology
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