The Breeding Bird Survey Report
The Breeding Bird Survey started in 1994, and a report is produced every year containing population changes and other results from the scheme.
BBS reports are sent free to all BBS volunteers and to a range of conservation practitioners and policymakers. Further printed copies of these reports can be obtained from the bbs [at] bto.org (BBS organiser).
Waterbird ID virtual training (2 sessions, Tuesdays 10am)
This course involves two weekly online sessions of about 1 hour 45 minutes, with a trainer:participant ratio of about 1:30. Participants' microphones are muted during the sessions but there is a large interactive...
You can submit your dragonfly and damselfly records to BTO via BirdTrack or Garden BirdWatch - find out why these records are so important in Rob Jaques' blog.
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.