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Mark-Recapture and Metapopulation Structure: Using Study Design to Minimize Heterogeneity

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Wildlife isn’t usually uniformly or randomly distributed across land- or sea-scapes. It’s typically distributed across a series of subpopulations (or communities). 989 more words

Methods Papers

British Animal Challenge: bottlenose dolphins

It’s been a while since I last wrote about my British Animal Challenge, but I haven’t forgotten it. I managed to tick another species on my list this Easter: the bottlenose dolphin. 460 more words

Mammals

Superb Sealife on the Costa del Sol

If you were thinking that a flat calm, scorching hot Mediterranean beach heaving with paddleboarders and buzzing with jetskis would be a wildlife desert, you would need to think again. 952 more words

Common Dolphin

Fungie, the Dolphin of Dingle 

“The Dingle Dolphin — or Fungie, the name given to him by the fishermen — is a fully grown, possibly middle aged, male bottlenose, Tursiops Truncatus. 66 more words

Commentary

Gorilla Versus Dolphins

Somewhere off the western coast of Africa, a silverback gorilla who has somehow fallen into the water must defend himself against a sadistic pack of bottlenose dolphins. 20 more words

Artwork

The Best UK Whale and Dolphin Spotting Spots!

Sightings update: This week I finally got my first glimpse of the resident bottlenose dolphins that live on the Brittany coastline between the Ile de Sein and island of Ouessant. 827 more words

Surprises in the Channel

Hello and bonjour! Hazel here – welcome to my blog post for week 10 aboard the Brittany Ferries Cap Finistère.

Things got off to a fantastic, or perhaps I should say FINtastic (sorry…) start this week with the most productive deck watch I have ever had in the English Channel. 1,201 more words