UK and Irish seabirds search area size of Spain for food
By New Scientist staff and Press Association REX/ShutterstockSatellite-tracking of hundreds of British and Irish seabirds has revealed new insights into where species search for food at sea. The study, which tracked and modelled behaviour of kittiwakes, shags, razorbills and guillemots, could help assess potential impacts from offshore wind farms...
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