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Waves of terror in Starling flocks 
Charlotte Hemelrijk

Aerial behaviour of Starling flocks to predator attacks
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Animal flight and aerial robotics
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Guest editor of Interface Focus's themed issue 'Coevolving advances in animal flight and aerial robotics', David Lentink, explains about animal flight research and aerial robot development to offer a broader perspective on the current advances and future directions in these co-evolving fields. >> VIEW BLOG
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Of drones and birds 
Elisabeth Vas
Does the presence of aerial drones bother birds?
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Risking it all in a direct flight 
Verónica Méndez
Whimbrels non-stop migrations between Iceland and West Africa
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The shorebird that breaks the rules 
Mike Weston
Why do Hooded Plovers moult at a different time to other birds?
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