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Press releases

Date No.
November 2021 West Midlands bird study group receive one of ornithology’s top awards. 2021-44
November 2021 Britain’s best-loved birds could disappear from much of our coastline 2021-49
October 2021 Conservation work boosts UK’s rarest wetland birds 2021-48
October 2021 BTO celebrates excellence in ornithology 2021-47
October 2021 Yorkshire birdwatchers receive top ornithology award 2021-41
October 2021 Young Shropshire woman receives top ornithology award 2021-46
October 2021 St Andrews statistician wins top ornithology award 2021-45
October 2021 Dorset author wins top national award 2021-43
October 2021 Swiss Ornithologist receives prestigious international award 2021-42
September 2021 At 23 years and 11 months, it’s the oldest of its kind 2021-40
September 2021 The simple act of looking out of your window can help scientific research. 2021-39
August 2021 Artificial Intelligence discovers rare bat. 2021-38
August 2021 Released, captive reared Curlews phone home 2021-37
August 2021 Migfest 2021 tickets selling fast 2021-36
July 2021 The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) receives grant of £110,200 from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund 2021-35
July 2021 Where are our garden butterflies? 2021-34
July 2021 East Anglia’s record breaking Cuckoo is off again! 2021-33
July 2021 Worcestershire Cuckoos are go! 2021-32
June 2021 Summer is over – at least for one Welsh Cuckoo 2021-31
June 2021 Scottish Cuckoos are go! 2021-29
June 2021 Eleven Cuckoos with backpacks ready for a mission to help save their kind. 2021-28
June 2021 New study reveals how to save our fastest-declining breeding wader 2021-27
June 2021 Martin Garner Spurn Young Birder – it’s back! 2021-25
May 2021 Where are our bees? 2021-23
May 2021 A tale of two warblers – the ups and downs of birds in England 2021-22
May 2021 New tools will help to ensure new trees are put in the right place. 2021-17
May 2021 Spurn Migration Festival 2021 2021-19
April 2021 Record breaking Cuckoo returns to the UK 2021-21
April 2021 Did you get a lockdown frog? 2021-20
April 2021 British and Irish gardens fuel a novel reverse migration for Blackcaps in winter 2021-16

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