A lasting legacy
The Flight Lines project has been made possible because of the generous legacy left by Penny Hollow and the kindness of her executors. Penny, a long-standing BTO member was a regular at the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA) exhibitions, a great supporter and a lay member of the SWLA. The bringing together of artists and scientists to raise the profile of our migrant birds is a fitting tribute to her interests.
The wider work carried out by BTO researchers is funded in many different ways. As a charity, the BTO relies on the generosity of those individuals, trusts and businesses who support its work to deliver the evidence and research outputs that underpin conservation action and policy decisions. If you would like to help the BTO in its work then find out more about fundraising, legacies and other ways of supporting what we do.
Working together for seabirds
BTO work supports effective monitoring of our seabirds and aims to provide opportunities for a new generation of seabird surveyors.
Bird ID basics (3 modules, Wednesdays 10am)
The training involves three weekly online modules, with a large interactive component and complemented by supported self-study exercises. We place a strong emphasis on providing you with tools and techniques that will...