Dr Julian Hume on YouTube

We have posted a video at the BOC YouTube channel of a talk presented by Dr Julian Hume, a Scientific Associate of the Natural History Museum, Tring. An artist specialising in extinct birds by profession, Dr Hume also has a Ph.D. in avian palaeontology and has travelled widely in search of avian palaeontological deposits, especially in the Mascarene Islands of Mauritius, Réunion and Rodrigues, on Madagascar and in Hawaii. He has written a number of books including the […]

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Bulletin 139(2) now available

The latest issue of the BOC Bulletin (Vol. 139, No. 2 – June 2019) is now available for viewing or download. You can view the table of contents, abstracts and references, full text or downloadable PDFs of individual papers as well as the complete issue at the BioOne Complete website. You can also view the table of contents and download a PDF for the complete issue on the BOC website. This issue contains ten papers of wide interest ranging from Helpers at […]

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Dr Julia Day gave a talk at a BOC meeting on 18 March 2019

Dr Julia Day on YouTube

We have posted a video at the BOC YouTube channel of a talk presented by Dr Julia Day, an Associate Professor at University College London who has developed a research programme in research in Systematics and Evolutionary Biology. Much of her work focuses on African freshwater fish as a study system, but she’s interested in other African radiations too. Being a birder, she couldn’t resist working on a notoriously difficult-to-identify avian group. Julia gave a talk entitled Continental […]

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Bulletin 139(1) now available

The latest issue of the BOC Bulletin (Vol. 139, No. 1 – March 2019) is now available for viewing or download. You can view the table of contents, abstracts and references, full text or downloadable PDFs of individual papers as well as the complete issue at the BioOne Complete website. You can also view the table of contents and download a PDF for the complete issue on the BOC website. This issue contains nine papers of wide interest ranging from two […]

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Dr Joe Tobias on YouTube

We have posted a video at the BOC YouTube channel of a talk presented by Dr Joe Tobias, Reader in Biodiversity and Ecosystems at Imperial College London, based at Silwood Park. Joe gave a talk entitled The Shape ofB, and Why it Matters.  Birds come in an astonishing range of shapes and vary widely in size. During the last century, the field of ecomorphology began to shed light on the way birds are shaped by habitat preferences and […]

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Bulletin 138(4) now available

The latest issue of the BOC Bulletin (Vol. 138, No. 4 – December 2018) is now available for viewing or download. You can view the table of contents, abstracts and references, full text or downloadable PDFs of individual papers as well as the complete issue at the BioOne Complete website. You can also view the table of contents and download a PDF for the complete issue on the BOC website. This issue contains nine papers of wide interest from First records […]

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