State of Nature 2019
State of Nature 201903 Oct 2019 More species have decreased in abundance than have increased since 1970 and species distribution has fallen by 5%. Thanks to the dedication of thousands of volunteers who go out throughout the year and across years collecting information and submitting data, reports such as this are possible, without them the information available would be much poorer. As a result 8,431 terrestrial and freshwater species have been assessed. Read the full report now.
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, our panel of five women conservationists from across the UK will discuss how they got to where they are today, what inspires them, and what their top tips are for a...
Our volunteers: the beating heart of BTO data
Head and Principal Ecologist, David Noble, shares why volunteer-collected data are so important for an organisation like BTO.