Whether looking for guidance on volunteering, letting us know what you think, or simply finding a group to go birding with, find a way to start the conversation.
You can submit your dragonfly and damselfly sightings to BTO via BirdTrack or Garden BirdWatch. Find out why these records are so important in Rob Jaques' blog.
Talk to a Regional Representative
If you are looking for guidance on participating in BTO surveys, or just a chat about what's going on near you, get in contact with a BTO Regional Rep.
Find a BTO event near you
From conferences to courses, talks to wildlife walks - discover the range of BTO events happening soon, and meet our community.
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Read the BTO Blog and other blogs from our community. BTO staff and guest contributors consider the challenges encountered through BTO work and volunteering.
Meet our national teams
BTO has offices based in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, providing local habitat and species expertise for our scientific research, and closer support for volunteers across the UK.
Our BTO Youth Advisory Panel
To engage young people, we need to listen to young people. We need to understand the barriers they face and hear their ideas about what they think will encourage more young people to become interested and engaged with BTO. Our Youth Advisory Panel was set up to help BTO get better at connecting with younger supporters.Meet the Youth Advisory Panel