Will Cresswell
Will Cresswell
Professor of Biology, University of St Andrews
Verified email at st-and.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Flocking is an effective anti-predation strategy in redshanks, Tringa totanus
W Cresswell
Animal behaviour 47 (2), 433-442, 1994
4131994
Determining the fitness consequences of antipredation behavior
J Lind, W Cresswell
Behavioral Ecology 16 (5), 945-956, 2005
3232005
Non‐lethal effects of predation in birds
W Cresswell
Ibis 150 (1), 3-17, 2008
2912008
Age-dependent choice of redshank (Tringa totanus) feeding location: profitability or risk?
W Cresswell
Journal of Animal Ecology, 589-600, 1994
2211994
How great tits maintain synchronization of their hatch date with food supply in response to long‐term variability in temperature
W Cresswell, R Mccleery
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (2), 356-366, 2003
2162003
The phenology mismatch hypothesis: are declines of migrant birds linked to uneven global climate change?
T Jones, W Cresswell
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (1), 98-108, 2010
2042010
Nest predation: the relative effects of nest characteristics, clutch size and parental behaviour
W CRESSWELL
Animal Behaviour 53 (1), 93-103, 1997
1801997
Noise, predation risk compensation and vigilance in the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs
J L. Quinn, M J. Whittingham, S J. Butler, W Cresswell
Journal of Avian biology 37 (6), 601-608, 2006
1752006
Personality, anti-predation behaviour and behavioural plasticity in the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs
JL Quinn, W Cresswell
Behaviour, 1377-1402, 2005
1592005
Predator hunting behaviour and prey vulnerability
JL Quinn, W Cresswell
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (1), 143-154, 2004
1512004
Surprise as a winter hunting strategy in Sparrowhawks Accipiter nisus, Peregrines Falco peregrinus and Merlins F. columbarius
W Cresswell
Ibis 138 (4), 684-692, 1996
1371996
Intraflock variation in the speed of escape-flight response on attack by an avian predator
GM Hilton, W Cresswell, GD Ruxton
Behavioral Ecology 10 (4), 391-395, 1999
1331999
Escape responses by redshanks, Tringa totanus, on attack by avian predators
W Cresswell
Animal Behaviour 46 (3), 609-611, 1993
1301993
The effect of limited visibility on vigilance behaviour and speed of predator detection: implications for the conservation of granivorous passerines
MJ Whittingham, SJ Butler, JL Quinn, W Cresswell
Oikos 106 (2), 377-385, 2004
1272004
The effects of raptor predation on wintering wader populations at the Tyningharne estuary, southeast Scotland
W Cresswell, DP Whitfield
Ibis 136 (2), 223-232, 1994
1261994
Song as a pursuit-deterrent signal, and its occurrence relative to other anti-predation behaviours of skylark (Alauda arvensis) on attack by merlins (Falco columbarius)
W Cresswell
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 34 (3), 217-223, 1994
1231994
Choice of foraging area with respect to predation risk in redshanks: the effects of weather and predator activity
GM Hilton, GD Ruxton, W Cresswell
Oikos, 295-302, 1999
1121999
Body mass change strategies in blackbirds Turdus merula: the starvation–predation risk trade‐off
R Macleod, P Barnett, JA Clark, W Cresswell
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (2), 292-302, 2005
1112005
Diurnal and seasonal mass variation in blackbirds Turdus merula: consequences for mass‐dependent predation risk
W Cresswell
Journal of Animal Ecology 67 (1), 78-90, 1998
1061998
Migratory connectivity of Palaearctic–African migratory birds and their responses to environmental change: the serial residency hypothesis
W Cresswell
Ibis 156 (3), 493-510, 2014
942014
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