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Hunting in central Africa could devastate bird populations, study finds

Bird populations in central Africa will continue to decline – with major consequences for biodiversity – unless the threat of unsustainable hunting is reduced, University of Stirling experts have warned.

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Hunting in central Africa could devastate bird populations, study finds

Research could improve management of conflict between wildlife and farmers across the globe

A new study led by the University of Stirling highlights improvements in the way conflicts between wildlife conservation and farming are managed worldwide.

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Research could improve management of conflict between wildlife and farmers across the globe

Former student’s flower art sparks return to Stirling

One of Stirling’s first-ever students has been reacquainted with the University after creating stunning paintings of one of its recent discoveries – the Shetland monkeyflower.

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Former student’s flower art sparks return to Stirling

Nutritional labelling on menus may reduce calorie intake

Adding nutritional labels to menus and next to food in restaurants, coffee shops and cafeterias may reduce calorie consumption, according to new research involving the University of Stirling.

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Nutritional labelling on menus may reduce calorie intake

Movie star monkeys fuel illegal pet trade, academic says

The use of monkeys in movies and television shows is fuelling the illegal trade in the animals for pets, according to a University of Stirling academic.

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Movie star monkeys fuel illegal pet trade, academic says
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