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Seabirds consume higher proportions of fish stocks when prey abundance is low
9. April 2021

This study signals the need for fisheries management to account for ecosystem constraints when setting catch limits in periods of low forage fish biomass.

GPS-tracking of chick-rearing puffins reveals causes of population decline
26. March 2021

Reduced availability of key prey forces adult puffins to fly further from their colonies to find food. Meanwhile, their chicks starve at the nests.