Garden BirdWatch annual results 2016
Garden BirdWatch annual results 201613 Apr 2017
The results are in and we can announce that Blackbirds were the most commonly seen bird in gardens during 2016, recorded in 90% of gardens on average throughout the year! The winter was a good one for thrushes, with Song Thrush, Mistle Thrush and Redwing all seen in good numbers. Unfortunately it wasn’t all good news in 2016 and we witnessed our lowest ever counts of Greenfinches and from October onwards counts dropped below one per garden on average for the first time. Explore the GBW annual results further.
The Seabird Monitoring Programme (SMP) works to support the protection and conservation of our internationally important seabird populations.
Why we built the Youth in Nature Summit
BTO Youth discuss the environmental sector's failure to consistently engage with young people, and set out their goals for the first ever BTO Youth in Nature Summit.