BirdTrends 2020 published
BirdTrends 2020 published05 Mar 2021
The BTO's BirdTrends report is a one-stop shop for information about the population status of the common breeding birds of the wider UK countryside.
The 2020 BirdTrends report gives the first glimpse of proposed conservation listing, with amongst others, the upgrading of birds such as House Martin and Willow Warbler from amber to red listing and the downgrading of birds such as Song Thrush and Grey Wagtail from red to amber.
It also for the first time carries information for all species on conservation actions needed, if any, and conservation actions that have been used or are currently being taken.
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