Migrant Landbird Study Group

Promoting collaborative research for migratory landbirds across flyways

Bairlein F, Eikenaar C, Schmaljohann H. 2015. Routes to genes: unravelling the control of avian migration—an integrated approach using Northern Wheatear Oenanthe oenanthe as model organism. Journal of Ornithology View online

Arizaga J, Willemoes M, Unamuno E, Unamuno JM, Thorup K. 2015. Following year-round movements in Barn Swallows using geolocators: could breeding pairs remain together during the winter? Bird Study 62:141–145

Saino, N., Bazzi,, G., Gatti, E., Caprioli, M., Cecere, J. G., Possenti, C. D., Galimberti, A., Orioli, V., Bani, L., Rubolini, D., Gianfranceschi, L. and Spina F. 2015. Polymorphism at the Clock gene predicts phenology of long-distance migration in birds Molecular Ecology, 8:1758–1773 View online

Andueza, M., Barba, E., Arroyo, J. L., Feliu, J., Greño, J. L., Jubete, F., Lozano, L., Monrós, J. S., Moreno-Opo, R., Neto, J. M., Onrubia, A., Tenreiro, P., Valkenburg, T., Zumalacárregui, C., González, C., Herrero, A., and Arizaga, J. 2014. Connectivity in Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus Between Breeding Grounds in Europe and Autumn Stopover Sites in Iberia. Ardea 101:133–140.

Adams, W. M., Small, R. D. S. and Vickery, J. A. 2014. The impact of land use change on migrant birds in the Sahel. Biodiversity 15:101–108.