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The below collection of articles are some of the most popular in downloads and altmetrics from last year. Enjoy these for free and submit your valuable research to Bird Study.

Environmental correlates of breeding abundance and population change of Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata in BritainSamantha E. Franks, David J. T. Douglas, Simon Gillings et alJuly 2017
Status of Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos in Britain in 2015Daniel B. Hayhow, Stuart Benn, Andrew Stevenson, et alJuly 2017
The breeding population of Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus in the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Channel Islands in 2014M. W. Wilson, D. E. Balmer, K. Jones, et alMarch 2018
The first UK survey and population estimate of breeding Snow Bunting Plectrophenax nivalisDaniel B. Hayhow, Mark A. Eaton, Andy J. Stanbury, et alJanuary 2018
Status of the Hen Harrier Circus cyaneus in the UK and Isle of Man in 2016Simon R. Wotton, Stephen Bladwell, Wendy Mattingley, et alApril 2018
Can changes in fishery landings explain long-term population trends in gulls?Simon Foster, Robert L. Swann, Robert W. FurnessJanuary 2017
Correlates of distribution and nesting success in a Welsh upland Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata populationIan Johnstone, Dave Elliot, Chris Mellenchip, Will J. PeachOctober 2017
Flight range estimation of migrant Yellow-browed Warblers Phylloscopus inornatus on the East Asian FlywayMartha Maria Sander, Jana A. Eccard, Wieland HeimOctober 2017
Native woodland creation is associated with increase in a Black Grouse Lyrurus tetrix populationDavide Scridel, Jonathan D. Groom, David J. T. DouglasJanuary 2017
Foraging on human-derived foods by urban bird speciesHanna N. Støstad, Phil Aldwinckle, Andrew Allan, Kathryn E ArnoldApril 2017

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