Kelvin Jones

Development Coordinator

Develop and promote the work of BTO in Wales. Over the next few years Kelvin hopes to make BTO known to all naturalists in Wales. This will allow it to increase membership and its volunteer base, which will build on its capacity to record quality scientific data on Welsh birds, which in turn will better inform Welsh government and their advisors as they make scientifically sound decisions about our environment. A challenge will be to engage with the Welsh speaking naturalists, whilst striking a balance between their needs and the practical realities of a small charitable trust.

Recent BTO Publications

Wilson, M. W., Balmer, D. E., Jones, K., King, V. A., Raw, D., Rollie, C. J., Rooney, E., Ruddock, M., Smith, G.D., Stevenson, A., Stirling-Aird, P.K., Wernham, C. V., Weston, J. M. & Noble, D.G. 2018. The breeding population of Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus in the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Channel Islands in 2014. Bird Study Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1080/00063657.2017.1421610)
Dobson, A., Holling, M., Jones, K. & Wernham, C. 2012. A preliminary overview of monitoring for raptors in Great Britain. Acrocephalus 33 (part 154) : 225-232

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