Nora Spencer, Grant Gilchrist and Mark Mallory have recently released a really cool paper in PLOS ONE detailing a multi-year tracking study examining the movements of ivory gulls in the Canadian High Arctic. Without giving away the plot, the birds rely heavily on one of the most unpredictable and poorly understood habitats on earth - the every changing, always shifting ice-edge. Implications for the continued survival of this Endangered species in Canada are discussed as well, but at the end of the day, this is a stunning piece of work on one of the hardest birds in the world to study. 

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Annual Movement Patterns of Endangered Ivory Gulls: The Importance of Sea Ice