New Opportunities to Become a Wetland Birds Survey volunteer

What do the Knap Boating Lake in Barry, Pitcot Pool in St Brides Major and Tirfounder Fields in the Cynon Valley have in common? Well, they’re all in need of new volunteers to count the waterbirds on them for the BTO’s Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS). Until very recently, waterbirds at all three sites have been... Continue Reading →

A New Generation of Nest Recorders: BTO Glamorgan Nest Recording Day 2017

A fine May morning in South Wales, beautiful countryside filled with birdsong and a full house of enthusiastic participants sharing together the highs of finding new nests containing eggs or chicks, and the lows of coming across newly predated nests. These are the headlines from this year’s BTO Glamorgan ‘Nest Recording Taster Day’ held on... Continue Reading →

Help Needed for House Martins

The return of the familiar House Martin is one of the highlights of spring.  But will it be a familiar sight for future generations? In recent years, the numbers breeding in the UK have fallen by two-thirds, leading to the species being amber listed as a bird of conservation concern and in need of some... Continue Reading →

Come and Meet Us

We are pleased to be hosting our first BTO Glamorgan Open Day.  An opportunity for members, volunteers and all with an interest in bird studies to meet like-minded people, and get a taste of one or more of the BTO’s volunteer surveys. 10:00am - 2:00pm Sunday, 26 March 2017 Parc Slip Nature Reserve Fountain Road Aberkenfig... Continue Reading →

BTO Cymru : A New Dawn

The BTO’s strength in Wales is a testimony to the efforts of all its volunteers. For many years, BTOs Honorary Wales Officer, John Lloyd, and his team of volunteer Regional Representatives have promoted the Trust’s work, leading training events and recruiting birders to take part in surveys. In 2010, a BTO Cymru Appeal was launched, which... Continue Reading →

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