Stay connected : garden birdwatching

I'm sure, like me, during this period of great uncertainty you derive great comfort from birds and nature and want to continue recording useful information about them. Many of us who are lucky enough to have gardens are turning to them more than usual to enjoy nature and to be outdoors, to learn, and to... Continue Reading →

BTO Nest Record Scheme Taster Day, Rudry Common, Sunday May 8th

Have you ever considered becoming a BTO nest recorder but felt unsure about how to get started? The BTO’s Nest Record Scheme (NRS) gathers vital information on the breeding success of Britain's birds by asking volunteers to find and follow the progress of individual birds' nests. There are currently only around a dozen active nest... Continue Reading →

Record Birds on the Wales Coastal Path

With migrants finally arriving back thick and fast, early May promises to offer some great birding. For birdwatchers in Wales, there couldn't be a better time to take part in the Wales Coast Path Birdrace 2012 on Saturday 5 May, organised by Visit Wales to help launch the Wales Coast Path. The event will encourage people to record birds anywhere... Continue Reading →

Explore All Your Records in BirdTrack

BirdTrack is an online facility for observers to store and manage their own personal bird records.  By pooling data from recorders across the Britain and Ireland, patterns in bird migration movements and distributions are revealed,  supporting species conservation at local, regional, national and international scales. The service continues to develop and its now possible to explore all your... Continue Reading →

Keep Recording with BirdTrack

Swifts are surely high on many people's list a favourite birds. They typically arrive in the UK in late April and depart in July and August. An all too brief visit to our shores. Their departure is a timely reminder that there is still great value in recording your bird sightings throughout the year.  Recording... Continue Reading →

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