Climate change intensifies war of the birds

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Mild winters and early springs are leading to fatal conflicts between birds.

Period10-Jan-2019 → 30-Mar-2019

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  • TitleWeekdier
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletVolkskrant Magazine
    Media typePrint
    CountryNetherlands
    Date30/03/2019
    DescriptionWeekly column in the weekend edition
    Producer/AuthorPaul Faassen
    URLhttps://www.volkskrant.nl/columns-opinie/weekdier-van-paul-faassen~bc3d5898/#&gid=1&pid=1
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • Title气候变化引发惨案 : 大山雀对其他鸟痛下杀手
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletGuokr.com
    Media typeWeb
    CountryChina
    Date28/02/2019
    Description单身男鸟被食脑狂魔虐杀,这是鸟性的扭曲还是鸟德的沦丧?
    Producer/AuthorEnt
    URLhttps://www.guokr.com/article/445941/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleОстрота конкуренции за гнезда между синицами и мухоловками зависит от климатических условий
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletelementi.ru
    Media typeWeb
    CountryRussian Federation
    Date14/02/2019
    DescriptionГолландские орнитологи, десять лет мониторившие дуплянки, в которых любят гнездиться большие синицы и мухоловки-пеструшки, отметили рост количества убитых мухоловок. Оба вида конкурируют за места для гнездования, однако оседлые синицы обычно начинают гнездиться до того, как мухоловки прилетают из Африки. В зависимости от температуры воздуха сроки откладки яиц у синиц могут сильно смещаться в ту или другую сторону. Сроки же возвращения мухоловок не зависят от погоды на местах гнездования. Если время прилета мухоловок совпадает со временем гнездования синиц, то начинается жесткая конкуренция за дуплянки, которая часто приводит к смерти более слабых птиц-мигрантов. Больше мухоловок гибло также после теплых зим в Европе, когда смертность синиц снижалась и весной они занимали больше дуплянок. Впрочем, хотя в отдельные годы синицы убивали почти 9% самцов мухоловок, численность популяции мухоловок-пеструшек не уменьшилась.
    Producer/AuthorВероника Самоцкая
    URLhttps://elementy.ru/novosti_nauki/433421/Ostrota_konkurentsii_za_gnezda_mezhdu_sinitsami_i_mukholovkami_zavisit_ot_klimaticheskikh_usloviy
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • Title‘Climate change’ is making cute birds crazed murderers or something
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBefore It's News
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date09/02/2019
    DescriptionSome Warmists: “We need to calm down a bit, our apocalyptic talk is scaring people off and making us look crazy”
    Mother Nature News: “Hold our beer”
    URLhttps://beforeitsnews.com/v3/opinion-conservative/2019/3430139.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • Title‘Climate change’ is making cute birds crazed murderers or something
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletPirate's Cove
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date09/02/2019
    DescriptionSome Warmists: “We need to calm down a bit, our apocalyptic talk is scaring people off and making us look crazy”
    Mother Nature News: “Hold our beer”
    URLhttps://www.thepiratescove.us/2019/02/09/climate-change-is-making-cute-birds-crazed-murderers-or-something/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleLes mésanges dévorent encore plus de cerveaux à cause du changement climatique
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletGuruMeditation
    Media typeWeb
    CountryFrance
    Date04/02/2019
    DescriptionEn 2013, nous découvrions ensemble et avec effroi que les mésanges charbonnières avaient une légère préférence pour le cerveau de leurs victimes, et bien cette pratique à tendance à s’intensifier avec le changement climatique.
    URLhttps://www.gurumed.org/2019/02/04/les-msanges-dvorent-encore-plus-de-cerveaux-a-cause-du-changement-climatique/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleClimate change is turning these cute birds into crazed murderers
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletMother Nature Network
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date02/02/2019
    DescriptionA great tit looks harmless until you fly into its nest.
    Producer/AuthorBryan Nelson
    URLhttps://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/climate-change-turning-these-cute-birds-crazed-brain-eating-murderers
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleOur environment is turning these adorable birds into violent, brain-eating killers
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletScience Alert
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date02/02/2019
    DescriptionEvery spring in the Netherlands, the resident great tits (Parus major) build their nests in tree cavities, hatch their young, and send a new generation of fluffy little black-and-gold featherballs into the sky.
    Producer/AuthorMichelle Starr
    URLhttps://www.sciencealert.com/climate-breakdown-has-turned-this-adorable-birb-into-a-violent-killer
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleClimate change transforms these cute little birds into murderous brain-eating zombies
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletForbes
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date29/01/2019
    DescriptionAlthough a resident bird species, the great tit, typically breeds two weeks earlier than a migratory species, the pied flycatcher, these birds’ breeding periods now increasingly overlap due to climate change-related factors, leading to serious conflicts over nest cavities that transform cute little birds into vicious brain-eating murderers
    Producer/AuthorGrrlScientist
    URLhttps://www.forbes.com/sites/grrlscientist/2019/01/29/climate-change-transforms-these-cute-little-birds-into-murderous-brain-eating-zombies/#7225e4f52c6e
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleClimate change creates deadly nest competition
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Wildlife Society
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date25/01/2019
    DescriptionPied flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca) and great tits (Parus major) interact a lot. Both rely on the sudden appearance of caterpillars to raise their young, and both compete for the same nesting resources. In recent years, researchers in the Netherlands began to notice something new was happening. Flycatchers were arriving to their nesting sites to find great tits were already occupying them, and the great tits were killing them when they showed up. The dynamic was a consequence of climate change, biologists concluded. As European winters warm, pied flycatchers migrating from Africa reach their breeding grounds and find great tits have already claimed their nesting sites. Because the great tits are residents, researchers found, they’re able to adapt to the changing climate in a way the migrating flycatchers can’t.
    URLhttps://wildlife.org/climate-change-creates-deadly-nest-competition/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleClimate change leading to fatal bird conflicts
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletEcoWatch
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date21/01/2019
    DescriptionMost Europeans know the great tit as an adorable, likeable yellow-and-black songbird that shows up to their feeders in the winter. But there may be one thing they don't know. That cute, fluffy bird can be a relentless killer.
    Producer/AuthorMarlene Cimons
    URLhttps://www.ecowatch.com/climate-change-bird-conflicts-2626629676.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleLe réchauffement met aux prises mésanges et gobe-mouches
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletLe Monde
    Media typePrint
    CountryFrance
    Date20/01/2019
    DescriptionL’oiseau sédentaire et le migrateur venu d’Afrique ont vu leurs conflits se multiplier à mesure que le climat modifiait la survenue du printemps.
    Producer/AuthorNathaniel Herzberg
    URLhttps://www.lemonde.fr/sciences/article/2019/01/20/le-rechauffement-met-aux-prises-mesanges-et-gobe-mouches_5412002_1650684.html?xtmc=samplonius&xtcr=1
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleZmiany klimatu powodują spięcia między ptakami
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletScience in Poland
    Media typeWeb
    CountryPoland
    Date19/01/2019
    DescriptionWraz z ocieplaniem się europejskich zim, muchołówki żałobne migrujące z Afryki do Holandii natykają się na sikory bogatki w miejscach gniazdowania. Te spotkania kończą się dla nich coraz częściej fatalnie – alarmują naukowcy w „Current Biology”.
    URLnaukawpolsce.pap.pl/aktualnosci/news%2C32469%2Czmiany-klimatu-powoduja-spiecia-miedzy-ptakami.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleClimate change leading to real-life ‘Angry Birds’
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletNexus Media
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date18/01/2019
    DescriptionMild winters and early springs are leading to fatal conflicts between birds.
    Producer/AuthorMarlene Cimons
    URLhttps://nexusmedianews.com/climate-change-leading-to-real-life-angry-birds-c8a33a4bbdd3
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleBrain-eating species 'great tit' threatens other birds
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletIPPmedia.com
    Media typeWeb
    CountryTanzania, United Republic of
    Date17/01/2019
    DescriptionAs the European winters become warmer, scientists are discovering the great tit - a common songbird in the area - is competing for nesting space and increasingly killing a migratory bird as a result (and eating their brains while they're at it).
    Producer/AuthorThe Guardian
    URLhttps://www.ippmedia.com/en/features/brain-eating-species-%E2%80%98great-tit%E2%80%99-threatens-other-birds
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleMoordende mezen
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletEOS Wetenschap
    Media typePrint
    CountryNetherlands
    Date16/01/2019
    DescriptionDoor de klimaatverandering vermoorden koolmezen vaker concurrenten.
    URLhttps://www.eoswetenschap.eu/natuur-milieu/moordende-mezen
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitlePtáci si vyzobávají mozky. I to je následek změny klimatu
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletEuro
    Media typeWeb
    CountryCzech Republic
    Date16/01/2019
    DescriptionS mírnějšími zimami dochází k tomu, že drobní stěhovaví ptáci jsou častěji ohrožováni sýkorami. Teplejší zima sýkorám koňadrám umožní dříve zahnízdit. Lejsci černohlaví, kteří přiletí z Afriky, pak často v hnízdech najdou smrt. Silnější sýkory je zabijí a snědí jejich mozek. Zjistil to výzkum, který monitoroval populací lejsků v letech 2007 až 2016 v Nizozemsku.
    Producer/AuthorFrantišek Novák
    URLhttps://www.euro.cz/light/ptaci-si-vyzobavaji-mozek-i-to-je-nasledek-zmeny-klimatu-1435832
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleDeadly bird battles may be another weird consequence of climate change
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletGIZMODO | UK
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date15/01/2019
    DescriptionClimate change seems to be leading to more fatal conflict between a pair of bird species, according to a new study. The research demonstrates an important indirect consequence of a warming globe.
    Producer/AuthorRyan F. Mandelbaum
    URLwww.gizmodo.co.uk/2019/01/deadly-bird-battles-may-be-another-weird-consequence-of-climate-change/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleGar nicht herzig: Kohlmeisen töten Vögel und fressen deren Gehirn
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outlet20 Minuten
    Media typeWeb
    CountrySwitzerland
    Date15/01/2019
    DescriptionTödliche Konflikte zwischen Kohlmeisen und Trauerschnäppern nehmen zu. Forscher nennen den Klimawandel als möglichen Grund.
    Producer/Authorjcg
    URLhttps://www.20min.ch/wissen/news/story/Kohlmeisen-toeten-Voegel-und-fressen-die-Gehirne-10124159
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleGar nicht herzig: Kohlmeisen töten Vögel und fressen deren Gehirn
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletHeute
    Media typePrint
    CountryAustria
    Date15/01/2019
    DescriptionTödliche Konflikte zwischen Kohlmeisen und Trauerschnäppern nehmen zu. Forscher nennen den Klimawandel als möglichen Grund.
    URLhttps://www.heute.at/welt/news/story/Kohlmeisen-toeten-Trauerschnaepper-und-fressen-deren-Gehirn-Klimawandel-Parus-mayor-Ficedula-hypoleuca-50162951
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleClimate change intensifies war of the birds
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletLaboratory Equipment
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date15/01/2019
    DescriptionUniversity of Groningen (UG) biologists have discovered that climate change has an effect on the regular clashes between great tits and pied flycatchers during the breeding season. In some years, great tits killed 10 percent of the male pied flycatchers. UG researchers have published an analysis of this behavior on January 10 in the journal Current Biology.
    Producer/AuthorUniversity of Groningen
    URLhttps://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2019/01/climate-change-intensifies-war-birds
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleDødelig kamp i fuglekassene med varmere klima
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletforskning.no
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNorway
    Date14/01/2019
    DescriptionHøyere temperaturer i Europa fører til at den svarthvite fluesnapperen verken får kost eller losji når den kommer trekkende sørfra.
    Producer/AuthorEivind Torgersen
    URLhttps://forskning.no/biologi-fugler/dodelig-kamp-i-fuglekassene-med-varmere-klima/1278468
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleGreat tits are eating bird brains and climate change is to blame: study
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletNew York Post
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date14/01/2019
    DescriptionBird brains might pay the ultimate price for climate change, science says.
    Producer/AuthorRob Bailey-Millado
    URLhttps://nypost.com/2019/01/14/great-tits-are-eating-bird-brains-and-climate-change-is-to-blame-study/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleA brain-eating species called the great tit is threatening other birds - thanks to climate change
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletGlobal News
    Media typeWeb
    CountryCanada
    Date14/01/2019
    DescriptionAs the European winters become warmer, scientists are discovering the great tit — a common songbird in the area — is competing for nesting space and increasingly killing a migratory bird as a result (and eating their brains while they’re at it).
    Producer/AuthorKatie Dangerfield
    URLhttps://globalnews.ca/news/4844790/great-tits-killing-eating-brains-migratory-birds-climate-change/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleLe changement climatique transforme les mésanges en tueuses impitoyables et sanguinaires
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletDaily Geek Show
    Media typeWeb
    CountryFrance
    Date14/01/2019
    DescriptionPoussées dans leurs derniers retranchements par le changement climatique, les mésanges deviennent de plus en plus violentes et n’hésitent pas à s’en prendre à d’autres espèces d’oiseaux, comme les gobe-mouches. Explications.
    Producer/AuthorMetro Belgique
    URLhttps://dailygeekshow.com/mesange-changement-climatique-massacre-gobe-mouches/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleKüresel ısınmanın, kuşları acımasız canlılara dönüştürdüğü saptandı
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletbeyinsizler
    Media typeWeb
    CountryTurkey
    Date14/01/2019
    DescriptionGezegenimizde ısının giderek artmasının kuşlar arasındaki rekabeti şiddetlendireceğine dikkat çeken bilim insanları, bu yüzden kuşların yuva ve yiyecek kaynakları mücadelesinde türdeşlerini öldürmeye meyilli son derece acımasız canlılara dönüşmekte olduğunu belirtti. Küresel ısınmanın kuşların üzerindeki etkisini araştıran bir grup zoolog, ‘Current Biology’ dergisi için kaleme aldığı makalede, hava sıcaklığı ortalamalarının giderek artmasının, kuşları yuva ve yiyecek kaynakları mücadelesinde acımasız katillere dönüştürdüğünü ifade etti.
    Producer/AuthorEzgi Semirli
    URLbeyinsizler.net/bilim-insanlari-kuresel-isinma/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleУченые заявили о превращении птиц в жестоких убийц из-за глобального потепления
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletIzvestia
    Media typePrint
    CountryRussian Federation
    Date14/01/2019
    DescriptionГлобальное потепление усиливает борьбу птиц за еду, что превращает пернатых в жестоких убийц, утверждают ученые из университета Гронингена (Нидерланды) в статье для журнала Current Biology.
    URLhttps://iz.ru/833496/2019-01-14/uchenye-zaiavili-o-prevrashchenii-ptitc-v-zhestokikh-ubiitc-iz-za-globalnogo-potepleniia
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitlePour ces oiseaux, le changement climatique est source de conflits mortels
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletGentSide
    Media typeWeb
    CountryFrance
    Date14/01/2019
    DescriptionLe changement climatique pourrait avoir un effet inattendu sur les oiseaux migrateurs. Les chercheurs voient en effet émerger une compétition mortelle entre les mésanges et les gobemouches suite au réchauffement des hivers.
    Producer/AuthorEmma Hollen
    URLhttps://www.maxisciences.com/oiseau/pour-ces-oiseaux-le-changement-climatique-est-source-de-conflits-mortels_art42511.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleMisdaad in de tuin
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outlet't Groentje
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionKlimaatverandering heeft ook effect op vogels in de tuin. Dat blijkt uit het promotieonderzoek van Jelmer Samplonius van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Hij is gepromoveerd op de competitie tussen twee tuinvogels: de koolmees en de bonte vliegenvanger.
    URLmijngroentje.nl/?cat=12
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleKlimawandel: Meisen töten mehr Trauerschnäpper - Warum sich Konflikte zwischen Vögeln verschärfen
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletDie Welt
    Media typePrint
    CountryGermany
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionKohlmeisen sind zwar niedlich – aber während der Brutsaison auch sehr aggressiv. Im Kampf um Nahrung und Nistkästen töten sie dann häufig andere Singvögel. Bestimmte Wetterlagen fördern dieses Verhalten.
    Producer/AuthorPia Heinemann
    URLhttps://www.welt.de/wissenschaft/article186935008/Klimawandel-Meisen-toeten-mehr-Trauerschnaepper.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleWarum sich Konflikte zwischen Vögeln verschärfen
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletMSN
    Media typeWeb
    CountryGermany
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionKohlmeisen sind zwar niedlich – aber während der Brutsaison auch sehr aggressiv. Im Kampf um Nahrung und Nistkästen töten sie dann häufig andere Singvögel. Bestimmte Wetterlagen fördern dieses Verhalten.
    Producer/AuthorDie Welt
    URLhttps://www.msn.com/de-at/nachrichten/wissenundtechnik/warum-sich-konflikte-zwischen-v%C3%B6geln-versch%C3%A4rfen/ar-BBSaBO3?srcref=rss
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleLeuto talvi saa talitintit tappamaan kirjosieppoja
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTiede
    Media typePrint
    CountryFinland
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionAikaisten keväiden seurauksena talitintit ehtivät vallata parhaat pesäpaikat ennen muuttolintuja. Tiainen voi nitistää pesäänsä yrittävän kirjosiepon.
    URLhttps://www.tiede.fi/artikkeli/uutiset/leuto-talvi-saa-talitintit-tappamaan-kirjosieppoja
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleBilim insanları, küresel ısınmanın, kuşları acımasız katillere dönüştürdüğünü saptadı
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletSputnik News
    Media typeWeb
    CountryTurkey
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionGezegenimizde ısının giderek artmasının kuşlar arasındaki rekabeti şiddetlendireceğine dikkat çeken bilim insanları, bu yüzden kuşların yuva ve yiyecek kaynakları mücadelesinde türdeşlerini öldürmeye meyilli son derece acımasız canlılara dönüşmekte olduğunu belirtti.
    URLhttps://sptnkne.ws/k3eW
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleSpring's early arrival poses deadly threat to migrant birds
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTruthDig
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionBiologists have identified another tale of conflict and bloodshed as African migrant birds compete with European natives for resources in a fast-warming world.
    Producer/AuthorTim Radford
    URLhttps://www.truthdig.com/articles/springs-early-arrival-poses-deadly-threat-to-migrant-birds/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleMezen moorden meer door klimaatverandering
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletBlik op Nieuws
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionBiologen van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen die koolmezen en bonte vliegenvangers bestuderen, zien dat klimaatverandering de botsingen tussen beide soorten die optreden tijdens het broedseizoen ernstiger maakt. In sommige jaren doden koolmezen zo’n 10 procent van de vliegenvangers.
    URLhttps://www.blikopnieuws.nl/wetenschap/270247/mezen-moorden-meer-door-klimaatverandering.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleПташки-убийцы: ученые нашли объяснение растущей кровожадности синиц
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletSputnik News
    Media typeWeb
    CountryKazakhstan
    Date12/01/2019
    DescriptionИсследователи из Гронингенского университета выявили интересный феномен в поведении синиц и попытались объяснить это глобальным потеплением
    URLhttps://sptnkne.ws/meSj
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleA klímaváltozás miatt madarat ölnek és agyat esznek a széncinegék
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletQubit
    Media typeWeb
    CountryHungary
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionA klímaváltozás lehet az oka annak, hogy egyre több a madár-madár gyilkosság, és itt nem a hagyományos préda-ragadozó viszonyra kell gondolni, hanem arra, hogy amúgy békésnek látszó állatok kezdenek kíméletlen gyilkosságsorozatba. A kormos légykapók (Ficedula hypoleuca) a tél végén hamarabb érkeznek meg Európába, ezzel megzavarják a széncinegék (Parus major) szaporodási ciklusát, utóbbiak ezért megölik a légykapókat, és kicsipegetik az agyukat. Mindez a Current Biology című folyóiratban csütörtökön lehozott tanulmányból derül ki, amelyet a Groningeni Egyetem ökológusai írtak.
    URLhttps://qubit.hu/2019/01/11/a-klimavaltozas-miatt-madarat-olnek-es-agyat-esznek-a-szencinegek
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleMeer conflicten door klimaatverandering: dat geldt ook voor vogels
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletScientias.nl
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionVooral koolmezen en bonte vliegenvangers gaan vaker met elkaar op de vuist
    Producer/AuthorVivian Lammerse
    URLhttps://www.scientias.nl/meer-conflicten-door-klimaatverandering-dat-geldt-ook-voor-vogels/
    PersonsJelmer Menno Samplonius
  • TitleKlimakrise führt zu Vogelstreit
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletscience.ORF.at
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustria
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionSingvögel wie der Trauerschnäpper ziehen im Frühling von Afrika nach Europa - wegen der Klimaerwärmung immer früher. So kommen sie laut einer neuen Studie zunehmend in Konflikt mit Vögeln, die das ganze Jahr hier leben - sie werden von ihnen massenhaft getötet.
    Producer/AuthorRuth Hutsteiner
    URLhttps://science.orf.at/stories/2958091/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleKohlmeisen sind gar nicht so friedlich, wie sie aussehen
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBerliner Morgenpost
    Media typePrint
    CountryGermany
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionDas niedliche Aussehen der Kohlmeise trügt. Für Nistplätze werden artfremde Konkurrenten kurzerhand umgebracht, zeigt eine Studie.
    Producer/AuthorAnja Garms
    URLhttps://www.morgenpost.de/vermischtes/article216189119/Kohlmeisen-sind-gar-nicht-so-friedlich-wie-sie-aussehen.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitlePerché le cinciallegre uccidono le balie nere e ne mangiano il cervello?
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletgreenreport.it
    Media typeWeb
    CountryItaly
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionCome il cambiamento climatico intensifica la guerra tra due specie di uccelli
    URLwww.greenreport.it/news/aree-protette-e-biodiversita/perche-le-cinciallegre-uccidono-le-balie-nere-e-ne-mangiano-il-cervello/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleMigrant birds face risk in earlier springs
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletClimate News Network
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionSpring in the high latitudes is arriving ever earlier. But migrant birds from the tropics may not realise that, and faulty timing could cost them their lives.
    Producer/AuthorTim Radford
    URLhttps://climatenewsnetwork.net/migrant-birds-face-risk-in-earlier-springs/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleВ возросшей кровожадности синиц обвинили изменение климата
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletN+1
    Media typeWeb
    CountryRussian Federation
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionУченые-экологи считают, что в возросшей агрессивности синиц виновато изменение климата. В Current Biology сообщается, что европейские мухоловки-пеструшки из-за теплых зим зачастую меняют поведение и конкурируют с большими синицами за место для гнезда. Это привело к плачевным последствиям: более крупные синицы стали чаще убивать конкурентов.
    Producer/AuthorЕкатерина Русакова
    URLhttps://nplus1.ru/news/2019/01/11/bloodthirsty-big-tits
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleOnderzoek RUG: Koolmezen worden moordmachines door klimaatverandering
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletDagblad van het Noorden
    Media typePrint
    CountryNetherlands
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionBij koolmezen hebben wetenschappers opvallend gedrag ontdekt. Ze plegen de laatste jaren steeds meer moorden, mogelijk door klimaatverandering.
    URLhttps://www.dvhn.nl/groningen/Onderzoek-RUG-Koolmezen-worden-moordmachines-door-klimaatverandering-24049070.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleKoolmezen moorden meer door klimaatverandering
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletEemsKrant.nl
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionBiologen van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen die koolmezen en bonte vliegenvangers bestuderen, zien dat klimaatverandering de botsingen tussen beide soorten die optreden tijdens het broedseizoen ernstiger maakt. In sommige jaren doden koolmezen zo’n 10 procent van de vliegenvangers. De onderzoekers publiceerden een analyse in het tijdschrift Current Biology van 10 januari 2019.
    URLhttps://www.eemskrant.nl/koolmezen-moorden-meer-door-klimaatverandering/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleBird crime: Wow, I hate this Bird Box sequel idea
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Cut
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date11/01/2019
    Description...... According to Popular Science, great tits (yes, really) are murdering a species of bird called the pied flycatcher that migrates from Africa to Northern Europe every year to breed; a new study published in Current Biology examines why.
    Producer/AuthorElla Cerón
    URLhttps://www.thecut.com/2019/01/great-tits-reportedly-killing-eating-brains-of-other-birds.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleKoolmezen worden keiharde killers door klimaatverandering
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletOog TV
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionDoor temperatuurstijging broeden koolmezen eerder en succesvoller, waardoor ze vaker in conflict komen tijdens de broedperiode van andere vogelsoorten. Dat blijkt uit een onderzoek van biologen van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Zo’n conflict gaat er volgens bioloog Jelmer Samplonius niet zachtzinnig aan toe.
    Producer/AuthorTom Veenstra
    URLhttps://www.oogtv.nl/2019/01/koolmezen-worden-keiharde-killers-door-klimaatverandering/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleKohlmeisen sind gar nicht so friedlich, wie sie aussehen
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletWolfenbütteler Zeitung
    Media typePrint
    CountryGermany
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionDas niedliche Aussehen der Kohlmeise trügt. Für Nistplätze werden artfremde Konkurrenten kurzerhand umgebracht, zeigt eine Studie.
    Producer/AuthorAnja Garms
    URLhttps://www.wolfenbuetteler-zeitung.de/panorama/article216189119/Kohlmeisen-sind-gar-nicht-so-friedlich-wie-sie-aussehen.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleEl cambio climático incrementa notablemente la pelea entre aves
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletECOticias.com
    Media typeWeb
    CountrySpain
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionBiólogos de la Universidad de Groninga (UG), Países Bajos, han descubierto que el cambio climático tiene un efecto en los enfrentamientos regulares entre el carbonero común y papamoscas cerrojillo de varios colores durante la temporada de reproducción. En algunos años, los carboneros mataron al 10 por ciento de los papamoscas de varios colores. Los investigadores de UG publican un análisis de este comportamiento en la edición de este jueves de la revista 'Current Biology'.
    Producer/AuthorRed/Agencias
    URLhttps://www.ecoticias.com/cambio-climatico/191146/cambio-climatico-incrementa-notablemente-pelea-entre-aves
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleWeird Science: Killer rabbits and bird brawls
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletSt Albert Today
    Media typeWeb
    CountryCanada
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionNew research suggests snowshoe hares eat meat – and feathers – and that climate change can cause more brawls between birds.
    Producer/AuthorKevin Ma
    URLhttps://www.stalberttoday.ca/local-news/weird-science-killer-rabbits-and-bird-brawls-1300641
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleLa mésange devenue tueur en série à cause du réchauffement climatique?
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletMetro
    Media typePrint
    CountryBelgium
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionLes mésanges charbonnières et les gobe-mouches noirs avaient jusqu’à présent partagé tour à tour le même milieu de vie voire le même nid, sans heurt. C’était jusqu’à ce que le réchauffement climatique vienne perturber cette harmonie, comme le démontre l’étude publiée dans Cell Press et relayée par Le Figaro ce vendredi 11 janvier.
    Producer/AuthorRédaction en ligne
    URLhttps://fr.metrotime.be/2019/01/11/must-read/la-mesange-devenue-tueur-en-serie-a-cause-du-rechauffement-climatique/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • Title'Koolmees pleegt meer moorden door klimaatverandering'
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletBlik op Nieuws
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionJe zou denken dat koolmezen alleen die schattige vogeltjes zijn die in de winter aan de vetbollen in je achtertuin pikken maar tijdens het broedseizoen kunnen ze zeer agressief zijn en wel 10 procent van de bonte vliegenvangers vermoorden. Dit meldt bioloog Jelmer Samplonius op basis van zijn promotieonderzoek aan het Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences (GELIFES) van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (RUG).
    URLhttps://www.blikopnieuws.nl/nieuws/270197/koolmees-pleegt-meer-moorden-door-klimaatverandering.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleГлобальное потепление может превратить птиц в жестоких убийц
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletVechernyaya Moskva
    Media typePrint
    CountryRussian Federation
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionЗоологи выяснила, как дальнейший рост температуры на Земле может изменить поведение птиц. Оказалось, что пернатые тоже подвержены изменениям из-за климатической угрозы, которая может превратить их в крайне жестоких существ, склонными к убийству своих сородичей во время конфликтов вокруг гнезд и источников пищи.
    Producer/AuthorМаргарита Булгакова
    URLhttps://vm.ru/news/577552.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleLes mésanges deviennent de plus en plus agressives à cause du réchauffement climatique
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletGEO
    Media typeWeb
    CountryFrance
    Date11/01/2019
    DescriptionLes mésanges deviennent de plus en plus agressives jusqu'à s'en prendre à une autre espèce. Le réchauffement climatique en est la cause.
    Producer/AuthorGaétan Lebrun
    URLhttps://www.geo.fr/environnement/les-mesanges-deviennent-de-plus-en-plus-agressives-a-cause-du-rechauffement-climatique-194138
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleClimate change intensifies war of the birds
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletUniversity of Groningen press release
    Media typeWeb
    CountryNetherlands
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionResearch from RUG biologists published in Current Biology
    URLhttps://www.rug.nl/news/2019/01/climate-change-intensifies-war-of-the-birds
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleFor these birds, climate change spells a rise in fatal conflicts
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletScience Daily
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionResearchers have found yet another way in which climate change has been detrimental to migrating birds. As European winters have become warmer, pied flycatchers traveling from Africa to reach breeding grounds in the Netherlands are arriving to find that resident great tits have already claimed nesting sites for the season. As a result, the number of flycatchers killed in great tit nests has risen dramatically.
    Producer/AuthorCell Press
    URLhttps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/01/190110141908.htm
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleFor these birds, climate change spells a rise in fatal conflicts
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletEurekAlert!
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionResearchers have found yet another way in which climate change has been detrimental to migrating birds. As European winters have become warmer, pied flycatchers traveling from Africa to reach breeding grounds in the Netherlands are arriving to find that resident great tits have already claimed nesting sites for the season. As a result, the number of flycatchers killed in great tit nests has risen dramatically.
    Producer/AuthorCell Press
    URLhttps://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-01/cp-ftb010319.php
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleClimate change intensifies war of the birds
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletEurekAlert!
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionUniversity of Groningen (UG) biologists have discovered that climate change has an effect on the regular clashes between great tits and pied flycatchers during the breeding season. In some years, great tits killed 10% of the male pied flycatchers. UG researchers have published an analysis of this behaviour on 10 January in the journal Current Biology.
    Producer/AuthorUniversity of Groningen
    URLhttps://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-01/uog-cci010719.php
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleClimate change intensifies deadly bird rivalry
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBreitbart
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionPied flycatchers are turning up dead in the nests of great tits, and new research suggests global warming is to blame for the interspecies violence.
    Producer/AuthorUPI
    URLhttps://www.breitbart.com/news/climate-change-intensifies-deadly-bird-rivalry/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleClimate change sparks bloody war among birds with great tits killing flycatchers and eating their brains
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletNewsweek
    Media typePrint
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionThe war between two species of bird is gaining momentum as climate change brings great tits and pied flycatchers into increasing contact. Using 10 years of breeding data, researchers discovered an increasing number of dead flycatchers in the nest of great tits—with the latter apparently inflicting fatal head wounds then eating its opponents brains.
    Producer/AuthorHannah Osborne
    URLhttps://www.newsweek.com/climate-change-birds-great-tit-flycatcher-war-conflict-brain-eating-1287007
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleГлобальное потепление превращает птиц в жестоких убийц, выяснили ученые
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletРИА Новости/RIA News
    Media typeWeb
    CountryRussian Federation
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionДальнейший рост температур на Земле усилит конкурентную борьбу среди птиц, что сделает их крайне жестокими существами, склонными к убийству других пернатых во время конфликтов вокруг гнезд и источников пищи. Об этом пишут зоологи в журнале Current Biology.
    Producer/AuthorРИА Новости
    URLhttps://ria.ru/20190110/1549199053.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleLe réchauffement climatique transforme les mésanges en tueurs en série
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletLe Figaro
    Media typePrint
    CountryFrance
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionBousculées dans leur quotidien par le changement climatique, les mésanges deviennent de plus en plus violentes et c‘est une autre espèce, les gobe-mouches, qui en fait le frais.
    Producer/AuthorVincent Bordenave
    URLwww.lefigaro.fr/sciences/2019/01/10/01008-20190110ARTFIG00225-le-rechauffement-climatique-transforme-les-mesanges-en-tueurs-en-serie.php
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleFor these birds, climate change spells a rise in fatal conflicts
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletLong Room
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionResearchers have found yet another way in which climate change has been detrimental to migrating birds. As European winters have become warmer, pied flycatchers traveling from Africa over long distances to reach breeding grounds in the Netherlands are arriving to find that resident great **** have already claimed nesting sites for the season. As a result, the number of flycatchers killed in great **** nests has risen dramatically. The work appears January 10 in the journal Current Biology.
    Producer/Authorphys.org
    URLhttps://www.longroom.com/discussion/1321934/for-these-birds-climate-change-spells-a-rise-in-fatal-conflicts
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleKlimatyczna wojna... ptaków
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletRMF24
    Media typeWeb
    CountryPoland
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionZmiany klimatyczne prowadzą na terenie Holandii do prawdziwej wojny ptaków, w której sikory bogatki zabijają w budkach lęgowych muchołówki żałobne. Ginie z tego powodu nawet 10 proc. samców muchołówki. Wszystko przez oceplenie, które sprawia, że okresy lęgowe obu gatunków, wcześniej odrębne, obecnie zaczynają się nakładać. Piszą o tym na łamach czasopisma "Current Biology" ornitolodzy z University of Groningen.
    Producer/AuthorGrzegorz Jasiński
    URLhttps://www.rmf24.pl/nauka/news-klimatyczna-wojna-ptakow,nId,2776147
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleAggressive Kohlmeisen als Killer: Klimawandel verschärft Konflikte zwischen Vögeln
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletN-TV
    Media typeWeb
    CountryGermany
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionKohlmeisen gehören zu den beliebtesten Vögeln hierzulande - hübsch, putzig und frech. Doch sie können auch anders: Wer ihnen in der Brutsaison in die Quere kommt, riskiert sein Leben. Der Klimawandel scheint solche Konflikte zu verschärfen.
    Producer/AuthorAnja Garms
    URLhttps://www.n-tv.de/wissen/Klimawandel-verschaerft-Konflikte-zwischen-Voegeln-article20804488.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleKoolmees splijt schedel van concurrent in nestkast
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletNRC Handelsblad
    Media typePrint
    CountryNetherlands
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionNa de trek uit Afrika worden veel bonte vliegenvangers gedood door koolmezen. Door klimaatverandering komt dat vaker voor.
    Producer/AuthorGemma Venhuizen
    URLhttps://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2019/01/10/koolmees-splijt-schedel-van-concurrent-in-nestkast-a3393281
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleLeutojen talvien outo seuraus: talitintit tappavat kirjosieppoja pesiinsä
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletHelsingin Sanomat
    Media typeWeb
    CountryFinland
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionAikaisten keväiden seurauksena talitintit ehtivät vallata parhaat pesäpaikat ennen muuttolintuja, tutkijat huomasivat Alankomaissa. Tiainen voi nitistää pesäänsä yrittävän kirjosiepon. Se on nähty Suomessakin.
    Producer/AuthorJohanna Junttila
    URLhttps://www.hs.fi/tiede/art-2000005961582.html?ref=rss
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleDeadly bird battles may be another weird consequence of climate change
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletGizmodo/Earther
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    Producer/AuthorRyan F. Mandelbaum
    URLhttps://earther.gizmodo.com/deadly-bird-battles-may-be-another-weird-consequence-of-1831638514
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleClimate change intensifies deadly bird rivalry
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletUPI.com
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    Description"When pied flycatchers and great tits are more synchronous in their timing, this leads to a higher level of conflict over nesting sites," researcher Jelmer Samplonius said.
    Producer/AuthorBrooks Hays
    URLhttps://www.upi.com/Science_News/2019/01/10/Climate-change-intensifies-deadly-bird-rivalry/1281547141346/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleGreat tits are killing birds and eating their brains. Climate change may be to blame.
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletPopular Science
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionA bird murder mystery, solved.
    Producer/AuthorJessica Boddy
    URLhttps://www.popsci.com/great-tits-murder-climate-change
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleAsí es como el cambio climático genera luchas más violentas entre las aves
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTekCrispy
    Media typeWeb
    CountrySpain
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionSi bien los páridos han cambiado sus patrones migratorios en atención al alza de las temperaturas, los tiránidos aún no han logrado adaptarse a este fenómeno, lo que incrementa las luchas a muerte.
    Producer/AuthorMaria Hernández Méndez
    URLhttps://www.tekcrispy.com/2019/01/10/cambio-climatico-luchas-aves/
    PersonsJelmer Menno Samplonius
  • TitleEl cambio climático intensifica la pelea entre aves
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletCOPE
    Media typeWeb
    CountrySpain
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionBiólogos de la Universidad de Groninga (UG), Países Bajos, han descubierto que el cambio climático tiene un efecto en los enfrentamientos regulares entre el carbonero común y papamoscas cerrojillo de varios colores durante la temporada de reproducción. En algunos años, los carboneros mataron al 10 por ciento de los papamoscas de varios colores. Los investigadores de UG publican un análisis de este comportamiento en la edición de este jueves de la revista 'Current Biology'.
    Producer/AuthorEuropa Press
    URLhttps://www.cope.es/actualidad/sociedad/noticias/cambio-climatico-intensifica-pelea-entre-aves-20190110_329619
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleClimate change intensifies deadly bird rivalry
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletTerra Daily
    Media typeWeb
    CountryAustralia
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionPied flycatchers are turning up dead in the nests of great tits, and new research suggests global warming is to blame for the interspecies violence.
    Producer/AuthorBrooks Hays
    URLwww.terradaily.com/reports/Climate_change_intensifies_deadly_bird_rivalry_999.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleInvestigadores holandeses muestran cómo el cambio climático puede aumentar los enfrentamientos entre aves
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outleteldiario.es
    Media typeWeb
    CountrySpain
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionUn estudio de la Universidad de Groningen relaciona el aumento de las temperaturas con más ataques mortales de carboneros comunes a papamoscas cerrojillo
    Producer/AuthorClemente Álvarez
    URLhttps://www.eldiario.es/ballenablanca/biodiversidad/Investigadores-holandeses-muestran-climatico-enfrentamientos_0_855665329.html
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius

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Media contributions

  • TitleMezen doden meer door klimaatverandering
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletBNNVARA - Vroege Vogels
    Media typeRadio
    CountryNetherlands
    Date14/01/2019
    DescriptionTijdens het broedseizoen kunnen koolmezen zeer agressief zijn en bonte vliegenvangers zelfs doden. Wanneer hij tijdens veldonderzoek nestkastjes van koolmezen controleerde, zag bioloog Jelmer Samplonius regelmatig het resultaat van die agressie: een dode vliegenvanger in een kast waarin koolmezen nestelen.
    Producer/AuthorRob Buiter
    URLhttps://vroegevogels.bnnvara.nl/nieuws/mezen-doden-meer-door-klimaatverandering
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleMistimed migration means bird death battles
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletScientific American
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionClimate change is shifting population numbers and nest building by resident and migratory birds in Europe—sometimes leading to deadly conflict. Christopher Intagliata reports.
    Producer/AuthorChristopher Intagliata
    URLhttps://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode/mistimed-migration-means-bird-death-battles/
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius
  • TitleKlimaat kweekt moordmezen
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletNPO Radio1 - Vroege Vogels
    Media typeRadio
    CountryNetherlands
    Date13/01/2019
    DescriptionHet veranderende klimaat zorgt voor steeds meer moordpartijen van koolmezen op bonte vliegenvangers. Dat schrijven biologen Jelmer Samplonius en Christiaan Both deze maand in het tijdschrift Current Biology. Koolmezen en bonte vliegenvangers concurreren om dezelfde nestgelegenheden. Maar wanneer een bonte vliegenvanger een nestkast in wil waar toevallig al een koolmees in zit, dan ontstaat een knokpartij, waarbij de veel lichtere vliegenvanger soms letterlijk de schedel wordt ingehakt door de zwaardere koolmees.
    Producer/AuthorRob Buiter
    URLhttps://www.nporadio1.nl/vroege-vogels/onderwerpen/486802-klimaat-kweekt-moordmezen
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleFatal competition between two bird species
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletYouTube
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionClimate change differentially affects the timing of interspecific competitors, and thereby their synchrony. Samplonius and Both report that when great tits and pied flycatchers are more synchronous, this affects the outcome of competition for nest boxes, with more fatalities among flycatchers as a result. This effect was especially strong after mild winters causing higher breeding densities of resident great tits.
    Producer/AuthorCell Press
    URLhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CECWUe3lWFw
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius, Christiaan Both
  • TitleBirds and climate change
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBBC Radio 4 - Inside Science
    Media typeRadio
    Duration/Length/Size9'45" - 16'45"
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date10/01/2019
    DescriptionThe impact of climate change on the natural world can be complex and unexpected. Pied flycatchers are birds which migrate every year from Africa to Europe in order to breed, they share the same breeding grounds as great tits. However, great tits are resident in these areas all year round, and are therefore much more flexible to any local changes in climate and the subsequent impact on important resources, like food and nesting sites, than the migratory pied flycatchers. Jelmer Samplonius, at the University of Edinburgh, explains to Gareth what impact these changes in temperature could have on the conflict between great tits and pied flycatchers.
    Producer/AuthorAdam Rutherford
    URLhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0001ydl
    PersonsJelmer Samplonius