Publications on North Bull Islands Biodiversity

Cooney, T. & Dunne, C.D. (next issue) The status of Harbour Seals (Phoca vitulina (Linnaeus)) and Grey Seals (Halichoerus grypus (Fabricius)) at North Bull Island, Co. Dublin. Irish Naturalist's Journal.

Cooney, T. (2019) Distribution of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.), an invasive species, in an Irish nature reserve and its relevance for birds. Irish Naturalist's Journal 36(2): 99-103.

Cooney, T. (2018) Red Knot Calidris canutus summering and moulting in Ireland. Irish Birds 41: 109-111.

Cooney, T. (2018) Irish Stoat (Mustela ermine hibernica), a new species for North Bull Island Nature Reserve, Co. Dublin. Irish Naturalist's Journal 36(1): 82-83.

Cooney, T. (2018) Seasonal variation and ratios of Common Snipe Gallinago gallinago to Jack Snipe Lymnocryptes minimus at an Irish coastal wetland. Wader Study 125(1): 54-56. doi:10.18194/ws.00094.

Cooney, T. (2017) Occurrences of non-breeding waders in summer on the east coast of Ireland Irish Birds 10: 475–482

Cooney, T. (2017) Migration phenology of Jack Snipe Lymnocryptes minimus at an Irish coastal wetland. Irish Birds 10: 463–468.

Cooney, T. (2017) Extraordinary bill abnormality in a Eurasian Oystercatcher. Wader Study 124(2): 155-156.

Cooney, T. (2016) Whimbrel Numenius phaeopus migrations at North Bull Island, Dublin Bay: 2012 to 2015. Irish Birds 10: 353-358.

Cooney, T. (2016) Recovery of Wren Troglodytes troglodytes populations after the severe winter of 2010/11. Irish Birds 10: 448-449.

Cooney, T. (2015) Tufted Duck Aythya fuligula: a case of intraspecific brood parasitism? Irish Birds 10: 287.

Cooney, T. (2013) Breeding Birds on North Bull Island, Dublin Bay. Irish Birds 9: 647-648

Cooney, T. (2013) Hirundine population study.

Cooney, T. (2013) Wintering land birds on North Bull Island, Dublin Bay. Irish Birds 9: 648

Cooney, T. (2012 - present). North Bull Island Bird Report (2011 - ). Published annually on 1st January.

Donnelly, A., Cooney, T., Jennings, E., Buscardo, E., & Jones, M. (2009). Response of birds to climatic variability; Evidence from the western fringe of Europe. International Journal of Biometeorology, 533, 211–220.

Carroll, E., Sparks, T., Donnelly, A., Cooney, T. (2009) Irish phenological observations from the early 20th century reveal a strong response to temperature., Biol Environ Proc R Ir Acad, 109: 115–126.

Cooney, T. (1987) Little Terns on the East Coast, 1984-87. Irish East Coast Bird Report 1986, 43–45. (includes data for North Bull Island).

Long term trends in wader populations, North Bull Island, Dublin Bay. (in progress)

Long term trends in wildfowl populations, North Bull Island, Dublin Bay. (in progress)

Bird Database and Species Checklist [ongoing]

Phenological recording of long distance migrant species [ongoing]

Species diversity on North Bull Island. [ongoing]

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