Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland support very significant components of the avifauna of the British Isles.
BTO works to make sure its monitoring projects cover the whole area, and offer maximum engagement and satisfaction to birdwatchers anywhere in our islands.
BTO Northern Ireland
BTO is particularly active in Northern Ireland: there are many ways that anyone with an interest in birds can get involved.
Scotland is special. Its birds, habitats, and environmental challenges differ from those in other parts of the UK.
Scotland’s winter visitors: why and how do they migrate?
From geese and swans to thrushes and warblers, discover the secrets of our winter birds' migration.
Songbird ID (3 sessions, Wednesdays 10am)
This course involves three weekly online sessions of 100 minutes, with a trainer:participant ratio of about 1:30. Participants' microphones are muted during the sessions but there is a large interactive component,...
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