Our research Scientific publications Scientific publications Hunting behaviour in domestic cats: An exploratory study of risk and responsibility among cat ownersSarah L. Crowley, Martina Cecchetti, Robbie A. McDonald2019. People and Nature 1-13 Introduced Grey Squirrels subvert supplementary feeding of suburban wild birdsHugh J. Hanmer, Rebecca L. Thomas, Mark D.E. Fellowes2018. Landscape and Urban Planning 177 Does best-practice crow Corvus corone and magpie Pica pica control on UK farmland improve nest success in hedgerow-nesting songbirds? A field experimentRufus B. Sage and Nicholas J. Aebischer2017. Wildlife Biology wlb.00375 Urbanisation influences range size of the domestic cat (Felis catus): consequences for conservationHugh J. Hanmer, Rebecca L. Thomas and Mark D. E. Fellowes2017. Journal of Urban Ecology 1-11 Use of anthropogenic material affects bird nest arthropod community structure: influence of urbanisation, and consequences for ectoparasites and fledging successHugh J. Hanmer, Rebecca L. Thomas, Gareth J. F. Beswick, Bradley P. Collins and Mark D. E. Fellowes2017. Journal of Ornithology 1-15 Provision of supplementary food for wild birds may increase the risk of local nest predationHugh J. Hanmer, Rebecca L. Thomas & Mark D. E. Fellowes2016. Ibis, 159, 158–167 Detecting an impact of predation on bird populations depends on the methods used to assess the predatorsMalcolm Nicoll and Ken Norris2010. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 1, 300–310 Population change of avian predators and grey squirrels in England: is there evidence for an impact on avian prey populations?Stuart E. Newson, Eric A. Rexstad, Stephen R. Baillie, Stephen T. Buckland and Nicholas J. Aebischer2010. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47, 244–252 Related topics Our research programme Why research?