Press releases

Date No.
November 2015 Marsh Award for Local Ornithology - Devon man receives prestigious national award 2015-57
November 2015 UK bird populations benefitting from innovative partnerships 2015-56
November 2015 Budding birder bags brilliant ornithology award. 2015-53
November 2015 Calling all gardens with Goldfinches 2015-52
November 2015 Poole-based organisation wins prestigious national award 2015-54
October 2015 Britain just got bigger - for some of our birds 2015-51
October 2015 Sparrow numbers rise at garden feeders 2015-50
September 2015 Watch out for Nuthatches; new online tool reveals the garden birds to look out for 2015-49
September 2015 Feeding garden birds shown to affect their evolution 2015-48
September 2015 School children dig in for science 2015-47
September 2015 Kent school gets to name its own Cuckoo 2015-41
September 2015 Staffordshire school gets to name its own Cuckoo 2015-40
September 2015 Hampshire school gets to name its own Cuckoo 2015-42
September 2015 Cheshire school gets to name its own Cuckoo 2015-44
September 2015 Conwy school gets to name its own Cuckoo 2015-43
September 2015 Northern Irish school gets to name its own Cuckoo 2015-45
September 2015 Wet summer delays garden dragonflies 2015-46
August 2015 BIRD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR – competition now open for entries 2015-39
August 2015 Tense times for ornithologists as famous Cuckoo goes missing 2015-38
August 2015 Scottish woodpeckers seen in record numbers 2015-37
August 2015 Calling all photographers - Bird Photographer of the Year 2015-36
July 2015 Some respite for Britain's birds 2015-32
July 2015 Golden Plover in trouble but Siskin and warblers thrive across Scotland 2015-31
July 2015 Meadow Pipits get a break 2015-30
July 2015 Stonechats bounce back in Wales 2015-29
July 2015 Research delivers new tools for understanding why Britain’s bird populations are in decline 2015-27
July 2015 Bird scientists go batty in Norfolk 2015-35
June 2015 BTO's longest-running census goes online 2015-28
June 2015 Eight more Cuckoos join the fight for their species 2015-26
June 2015 Over 7 million* schoolchildren are being asked to get their hands dirty for science 2015-25

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