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Jack D Shutt
Jack D Shutt
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Manchester Metropolitan University
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The environmental predictors of spatio-temporal variation in the breeding phenology of a passerine bird
JD Shutt, IB Cabello, K Keogan, DI Leech, JM Samplonius, L Whittle, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1908), 20190952, 2019
242019
Gradients in richness and turnover of a forest passerine’s diet prior to breeding: a mixed model approach applied to faecal metabarcoding data
JD Shutt, JA Nicholls, UH Trivedi, MD Burgess, GN Stone, JD Hadfield, ...
Molecular Ecology 29 (6), 1199-1213, 2020
222020
A spatial perspective on the phenological distribution of the spring woodland caterpillar peak
JD Shutt, MD Burgess, AB Phillimore
The American Naturalist 194 (5), E109-E121, 2019
202019
The effects of woodland habitat and biogeography on blue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus) territory occupancy and productivity along a 220km transect
JD Shutt, M Bolton, IB Cabello, MD Burgess, AB Phillimore
Ecography 41 (12), 1967-1978, 2018
122018
Killing with kindness: Does widespread generalised provisioning of wildlife help or hinder biodiversity conservation efforts?
JD Shutt, AC Lees
Biological Conservation 261, 109295, 2021
82021
Faecal metabarcoding reveals pervasive long-distance impacts of garden bird feeding
JD Shutt, UH Trivedi, JA Nicholls
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1951), 20210480, 2021
82021
Expanding a classic woodland food chain into a geographically variable food web
JD Shutt
The University of Edinburgh, 2018
52018
The correlates of intraspecific variation in nest height and nest building duration in the Eurasian blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus
D Der Weduwen, K Keogan, JM Samplonius, AB Phillimore, JD Shutt
Journal of Avian Biology 52 (3), e02528, 2021
12021
Territory‐level temperature influences breeding phenology and reproductive output in three forest passerine birds
JD Shutt, SC Bell, F Bell, J Castello, M El Harouchi, MD Burgess
Oikos, e09171, 2022
2022
River dolphins (Inia geoffrensis and Sotalia fluviatilis) in the Peruvian Amazon: habitat preferences and feeding behavior
A Belanger, A Wright, C Gomez, JD Shutt, K Chota, R Bodmer
Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals 17 (1), 2-9, 2022
2022
Rethinking bird feeding: are we putting extra pressure on some struggling woodland birds?
RK Broughton, JD Shutt, AC Lees
British Birds 115 (1), 2-6, 2022
2022
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