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This set of indicators, published today, uses data collected by BTO volunteers. Covering the period between 1970 and 2016, the five wildbird indicators show mixed fortunes. Farmland bird populations continue to fall, woodland birds are down, some groups of breeding water and wetland birds are bouncing back, seabirds are up and down against a backdrop of decline and many wintering waterbirds are declining after several decades of increase. You can read more here.