A world inspired by birds and informed by science.
Read the BTO view on participating in surveys during the Coronavirus pandemic. This statement was last updated on 6 July, in response to the latest government guidance.
Making birdwatching countWe empower 60,000 bird-enthusiasts to gather vital data, develop their skills and be part of a vibrant community.
Championing impartial scienceWe answer the most pressing questions about birds, through our thorough and impartial scientific research.
Sharing our bird knowledgeWe communicate our knowledge and expertise to increase the value of birds and other wildlife for all.
What we can learn from 25 years of watching gardens
Exploring the value of a complete quarter-century of weekly garden bird observations from BTO's Garden BirdWatch covering the length and breadth of the country.
Track our Cuckoos as they migrate
The Cuckoo Tracking Project has been revealing new discoveries about how British Cuckoos migrate, and the challenges they face. Follow and support this ground-breaking project.
More ways we work
BTO is taking part in Virtual Birdfair, Check out the BTO talks available online.
Where are the young women in birding?
As we continue to work on making birding more inclusive, how do young women perceive birding? Five young birders share their experiences.
Introducing our new Chief Executive
We are proud to announce that Professor Juliet Vickery will take over from Dr Andy Clements at the end of the year.