Dr. Richard K Broughton


Broughton Richard K.; Alker Peter J.; , 2017, Separating British marsh tits Poecile palustris and willow tits P. montana using a new feature trialled in an online survey. Ringing & Migration, 32, 43-49

Maziarz Marta; Broughton Richard K.; Wesolowski Tomasz; , 2017, Microclimate in tree cavities and nest-boxes: implications for hole-nesting birds. Forest Ecology and Management, 389, 306-313

Hebda Grzegorz; Broughton Richard K.; , 2017, Inter-specific nest re-use by barn swallows Hirundo rustica. Bird Study

Day John C.; Broughton Richard K.; Hinsley Shelley A.; , 2016, Sequence and organization of the complete mitochondrial genome of the marsh tit Poecile palustris (Aves: Paridae). , 27, 3212-3213

Broughton Richard K.; Alker Peter J.; Bellamy Paul E.; Britton Stuart; Dadam Daria; Day John C.; Miles Michael; Hinsley Shelley A.; , 2016, Comparative biometrics of British marsh tits Poecile palustris and willow tits P. montana. , 31, 30-40

Broughton Richard K.; Burgess Malcolm D.; Dadam Daria; Hebda Grzegorz; Bellamy Paul E.; Hinsley Shelley A.; , 2016, Morphology, geographical variation and the subspecies of marsh tit Poecile palustris in Britain and central Europe.

Maziarz Marta; Wesołowski Tomasz; Hebda Grzegorz; Cholewa Marta; Broughton Richard K.; , 2016, Breeding success of the great tit Parus major in relation to attributes of natural nest cavities in a primeval forest. , 157, 343-354

Broughton Richard K.; , 2015, Low incidence of leg and foot injuries in colour-ringed marsh tits Poecile palustris. , 30, 37-42

Broughton Richard K.; Bellamy Paul E.; Hill Ross A.; Hinsley Shelley A.; , 2015, Winter social organisation of marsh tits Poecile palustris in Britain. , 50, 11-21

Broughton Richard K.; Hebda Grzegorz; Maziarz Marta; Smith Ken W.; Smith Linda; Hinsley Shelley A.; , 2015, Nest-site competition between bumblebees (Bombidae), social wasps (Vespidae) and cavity-nesting birds in Britain and the Western Palearctic.

Maziarz Marta; Broughton Richard K.; , 2015, Breeding microhabitat selection by great tits Parus major in a deciduous primeval forest (Białowieża National Park, Poland).

Broughton Richard; Hinsley Shelley; , 2015, The ecology and conservation of the marsh tit in Britain. , 108, 12-28

Broughton Richard K.; Hinsley Shelley A.; , 2014, A nestbox trial for British marsh tits Poecile palustris. , 29, 77-80

Broughton, Richard K.; Bellamy, Paul E.; Hill, Ross A.; Hinsley, Shelley A., 2014, Winter habitat selection by marsh tits Poecile palustris in a British woodland . Bird Study, 61, 404-412

Broughton, Richard K.; Shore, Richard F.; Heard, Matthew S.; Amy, Sam R.; Meek, William R.; Redhead, John W.; Turk, Anthony; Pywell, Richard F., 2014, Agri-environment scheme enhances small mammal diversity and abundance at the farm-scale. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 192

Broughton, Richard, 2013, Corvids exploiting longworth mammal traps. British Birds, 106, 286-287

Broughton Richard; , 2015, Marsh tits, woodland and lidar: studies from Peterborough to Poland. In: PiedFly.net Annual Meeting, Woodah Farm, Devon Wildlife Trust Centre, Devon, 21 Mar 2015

Broughton Richard; , 2015, Unravelling the marsh tit decline; studies in Britain and beyond. In: BTO Seminar, Thetford, 30 Jan 2015

Broughton Richard; , 2014, What's driving the marsh tit decline?: studies in Cambridgeshire and beyond. In: Cambridgeshire Bird Club Conference, Cottenham, 27-28 Sept 2014

Hill Ross A.; Hinsley Shelley A.; Broughton Richard K.; , 2014. Assessing habitats and organism-habitat relationships by airborne laser scanning. In: Matti, (eds.) , Forestry applications of airborne laser scanning: concepts and case studies. Springer, 335-356. (Managing Forest Ecosystems).