Our Team – Wales
The staff at BTO Cymru deliver engagement, training and support for our network of volunteers, and provide important scientific research to meet Wales specific needs. They are a main point of contact for our network of volunteers, our regional volunteer network, our many members, funders and partner organisations, all working together to deliver a vibrant and diverse Welsh countryside. Their expertise in the Welsh countryside and culture means they can feed back to the BTO’s headquarters and ensure that the BTO’s national monitoring surveys and research is relevant to Wales.Our staff are available to discuss developing research projects, volunteer training and development, and to answer any general enquiries. If you are looking to take part, or need support with any survey you are participating in or would like to take part in, feel free to contact your Regional Representative (see below) for a local perspective.
Get in contact
Tel: 01248 383285
Email: wales.info [at] bto.org
BTO Wales, Thoday Building
Deiniol RdLL57 2UW Bangor , Gwynedd
Providing the evidence for policy
BTO Cymru’s Rachel Taylor and Callum Macgregor reflect on working at the interface between science and policy for their research on Cormorant and Goosander populations in Wales.
Understanding Curlew populations in Wales
Several tracking projects combine to determine the migration routes, wintering locations and breeding season movements of Welsh Curlew.
Share this page