Waterbirds in the UK 2016/17
Waterbirds in the UK 2016/1710 May 2018
The latest WeBS report, Waterbirds in the UK 2016/17 has been published. Read the report at http://www.bto.org/wituk and explore all the data and trends - including brand new facilities to explore waterbird totals for all WeBS sites and display up to four low tide maps at once - at http://www.bto.org/webs-reporting
The latest report includes articles focusing on Teal, Greenland White-fronted Goose and the waterbirds of reedbeds. Discover where the Barnacle Geese come from that winter on the Dyfi Estuary, which waterbird species is commonest on mid-winter counts in Iceland and how changes in wader populations affect local distribution and abundance.
Please note that a version of the report with an incorrect Trends table was online from 11.00 to 17.00 on Thursday 3rd May. If you think you may have saved a copy, please redownload the report to the latest version.
Migration blog (14th May - 20th May)
Birdtrack organiser Scott Mayson and media manager Paul Stancliffe reveal what species have been on the move during the last week and what we can expect over the weekend and into next week.
What we can learn from 25 years of watching gardens
Exploring the value of a complete quarter-century of weekly garden bird observations from BTO's Garden BirdWatch covering the length and breadth of the country.