Looking out for Birds
All at sea?
Engaging with new people
Apps for everything
In our engagement with new people we are working in new and different ways – young folk approach life very differently, through the lens of new technology. Our Apps for ringers and for BirdTrack take our engagement to new levels – 0.5 million BirdTrack records for April 2013 alone! Ensuring we can capture data directly from the field for many of our surveys and schemes is likely to be a priority, and it is not too far to conceive of tiny smart devices being as prolific as bird-rings. Spying on the life-cycles of birds broadens our data horizons beyond belief!
Beyond our shores
The next Atlas
- BTO 1933-53: From Great Crested Grebes to milk-bottle tops
- BTO 1953-73: The last few Wrynecks and the first national bird atlas
- BTO 1973-93: Support for SSSIs and two atlases
- BTO 1993-13: Garden BirdWatch to satellite tracking
- BTO 2013-33: Space for birds on these crowded islands?