Scott’s role includes the day-to-day running of BirdTrack: updating the application, assisting county recorders by checking records and corresponding with observers.
Interests & Responsibilities
Scott is also tasked with increasing participation in BirdTrack through a wide range of publicity media so if you are a birdwatcher reading this and you haven’t done so already, register and get started today.
Scott is committed to enhancing the value of bird records by improving the flow of data from observers to repositories which allow these data to be analysed and used for conservation.
County recorder for South East Suffolk since 2007.
BSc (Hons) Environmental Studies, Suffolk College
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BirdTrack migration blog (late May–mid June)
As spring progresses towards summer, migration continues to slow. Most breeding species will be either in the full throws of breeding or close to their breeding grounds.
BirdTrack migration blog (19–25 May)
A week of relatively settled conditions enabled a steady stream of late migrants to arrive, and allowed an occasional scarce species to make landfall.
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