——– 2020 ———

Gillies N, Fayet AL, Padget O, Syposz M, Wynn J, Bond S, Evry J, Kirk H, Shoji A, Freeman R, Dean B, Guilford T. 2020. Short-term behavioural impact contrasts with long-term fitness consequences of biologging in a long-lived seabird. Scientific Reports 10 (1): 15056 [read it here]

Fayet AL, Shannon P, Lyons DE & Kress SW. 2020. Manx shearwaters breeding in the western Atlantic follow a different migration route from their eastern-Atlantic conspecifics. Marine Ornithology 48 (2): 179-183 [read it here]

Fayet AL. Atlantic puffin. In: Birds in Wales (2nd edition). Lovegrove, Williams & Williams (eds). Liverpool University Press (in press)

Fayet AL, Hansen ES & Biro D (2020) Reply to Auersperg et al.: Puffin tool use is no fluke. PNAS 117 (22): 11860-11861.

Fayet AL (2020) Exploration and refinement of migratory routes in long-lived birds. Journal of Animal Ecology 89: 16-19 [read it here]

Börger L, Bijleveld A, Fayet AL; Machovsky-Capuska G, Patrick S, Street G & Vander Wal E (2020) Editorial: Biologging Special Feature. Journal of Animal Ecology 89: 6-15 [read it here]

Fayet AL, Hansen ES & Biro D (2020) Evidence of tool use in a seabird. PNAS 117 (3): 1277-1279 [read it here]

——– 2019 ———

Padget O, Stanley G, Willis J, Fayet AL, Bond S, Maurice L, Shoji A, Dean B, Kirk H, Juarez-Martinez I, Freeman R, Bolton M & Guilford T (2019) Shearwaters know the direction and distance home, but fail to encode intervening obstacles after free-ranging foraging trips. PNAS 116 (43): 21629-21633

Fayet AL, Shirai M, Matsumoto S, Van Tatenhove A, Yoda K & Shoji A (2019) Differences in breeding success among neighbouring Streaked Shearwater subcolonies correlate with egg size and quality of parental care. Ornithological Science 18 (2): 189-195

——– 2018 ———

Fayet AL & Becciu P (2018) Easternmost record of an Atlantic puffin Fratercula arctica in the Mediterranean Sea on the coast of Israel. Seabird 31: 84-87

Van Tatenhove A, Fayet AL, Watanuki Y, Yoda K & A Shoji (2018) Streaked shearwater Calonectris leucomelas moonlight avoidance in response to low aerial predation pressure, and effects of wind speed and direction on colony attendance. Marine Ornithology 46: 177-185

Oppel S, Bolton M, Carneiro APB, Dias MP, Green JA, Masello JF, Phillips RA, Owen E, Quillfeldt P, Beard A, et al. 2018. Spatial scales of marine conservation management for breeding seabirds. Marine Policy. 98:37–46

Sztukowski LA, Cotton PA, Weimerskirch H, Thompson DR, Torres LG, Sagar PM, Knights AM, Fayet AL & SC Votier (2018) Sex differences in individual foraging site fidelity of Campbell albatross. MEPS 601: 227-238

Padget O, Bond S, Kavelaars M, van Loon E, Bolton M, Fayet AL, Syposz M, Roberts S & T Guilford (2018) In-situ clock-shift reveals that the sun-compass contributes to orientation in a wild pelagic seabird. Current Biology 28(2):275-279

——– 2017 ———

Fayet AL, Freeman R, Anker-Nilssen T, Diamond AW, Erikstad KE, Fifield DA, Fitzsimmons MG, Hansen ES, Harris MP, Jessopp MJ, et al. 2017. Ocean-wide drivers of migration strategies and their influence on population breeding performance in a declining seabird. Current Biology. 27(4):3871–3878

Tyson C, Kirk H, Fayet AL, Van Loon EE, Shoji A, Dean B, Perrins CM, Freeman R & T Guilford (2017) Coordinated provisioning in a pelagic seabird with variable foraging strategies. Animal Behaviour 132: 73-79

Gibb R, Shoji A, Fayet AL, Perrins CM, Guilford T & Freeman R (2017) Remotely sensed wind speed predicts soaring behaviour in a wide-ranging pelagic seabird. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 14:20170262

Votier SC, Fayet AL, Bearhop S, Bodey TW, Clark BL, Grecian J, Guilford T, Hamer KC, Jeglinski JWE, Morgan G, Wakefield E & SC Patrick (2017) Effects of age and reproductive status on individual foraging site fidelity in a long-lived marine predator. Proceeding of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 284:20171068.

Fayet AL, Shoji A, Freeman R, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2017) Within-pair similarity in migration route and female winter foraging effort predict pair breeding performance in a monogamous seabird. Marine Ecology Progress Series 569:243-252

Morley TI, Fayet AL, Jessopp H, Veron P, Veron M, Clark J & MJ Wood (2017) The seabird wreck in the Bay of Biscay and South-Western Approaches in 2014: a review of reported mortality. Seabird 29: 22-38

——– 2016 ———

Fayet AL, Freeman R, Shoji A, Kirk H, Padget O, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2016) Carry-over effects on the annual cycle of a migratory seabird: an experimental study. Journal of Animal Ecology 85: 1516-1527

Johnstone R, Manica A, Fayet AL, Stoddard MC, Rodriguez-Girones M & C Hinde (2016) Evidence for conditional cooperation in biparental care systems? A response to Schlicht et al. 2016. Behavioral Ecology 27(3): e6-e7

Fayet AL, Freeman R, Boyle D, Shoji A, Dean B, Kirk H, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2016) Drivers and fitness consequences of dispersive migration in a pelagic seabird. (2016) Behavioral Ecology 27(4): 1061-1072

Shoji A, Aris-Brosou S, Owen E, Bolton M, Boyle D, Fayet AL, […] Freeman R, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2016) Foraging flexibility and search patterns are unlinked during breeding in a free-ranging seabird. Marine Biology 163 (4):1-10

——– 2015 ———

Fayet AL, Freeman R, Shoji A, Padget, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2015) Lower foraging efficiency in immatures drives spatial segregation with breeding adults in a long-lived pelagic seabird. Animal Behaviour 110:79-89

Shoji A, Aris-Brosou S, Culina A, Fayet AL, Kirk H, […] Perrins CM & T Guilford (2015) Breeding phenology and winter activity predict subsequent breeding success in a trans-global migratory seabird. Biology Letters 11: 20150671

Dean B, Kirk H, Fayet AL, Shoji A, Freeman R, Leonard K, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2015) Simultaneous multi-colony tracking of a pelagic seabird reveals cross-colony utilization of a shared foraging area. MEPS 538: 239-248

Shoji A, Aris-Brosou S, Fayet AL, Padget O, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2015) Dual foraging and pair-coordination during chick provisioning by Manx shearwaters: empirical evidence supported by a simple model. JEB 218 (13): 2116-2123

Shoji A, Elliott K, Fayet AL, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2015) Foraging behaviour of sympatric razorbills and puffins. MEPS 520:257–267

——– 2014 ———

Shoji A, Owen E, Bolton M, Dean B, Kirk H, Fayet AL, Boyle D, Freeman R, Perrins CM, Aris-Brosou S & T Guilford (2014) Flexible foraging strategies in a diving seabird with high flight cost. Marine Biology 191 (9):2121-2129

Shoji A, Elliott KH, Greenwood JG, McClean L, Leonard K, Perrins CM, Fayet AL  & T Guilford (2015) Diving behaviour of benthic feeding Black Guillemots. Bird Study 62:217–222

Fayet AL, Tobias J, Hintze R & N Seddon (2014) Dispersal and immigration are key determinants of cultural diversity in a songbird population. Behavioral Ecology 25 (4):744-753

Johnstone R, Manica A, Fayet AL, Stoddard MC, Rodriguez-Girones M & C Hinde (2014). Reciprocity and conditional cooperation between great tit parents. Behavioral Ecology 25(1):216-222

——– pre-2014 ———

Fayet AL, Boyle D, Freeman R, Shoji A, Perrins CM & T Guilford (2013) Tracking the migration of Atlantic puffins on    Skomer Island. Birds in Wales 10 (1):48-57

Stoddard MC, Fayet AL, Kilner R & C Hinde (2012). Speckling is not sexy: egg patterns do not advertise offspring quality or influence male provisioning. PLoS ONE (7) 7

Guilford T, Wynn R, McMinn M, Rodriguez A, Fayet AL, Maurice L, Jones A & R Meier (2012) Geolocators reveal migration and pre-breeding behaviour of the critically endangered Balearic shearwater. PLoS ONE (7) 3

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