The Retrapping Adults for Survival (RAS) scheme, set up in 1998, is an exciting project within the BTO Ringing Scheme. It encourages all fully-trained bird ringers to get involved in collecting high-quality information on survival rates. Over 180 studies are active, covering more than 50 species.
Corvid ID (1 session, Wednesday 10am)
This course involves one online session of 1 hour 45 minutes, with a trainer:participant ratio of about 1:30. Participants' microphones are muted during the sessions but there is a large interactive component, using...
Avoiding tunnel vision during a PhD
Sophie Bennett reflects on her recent three month placement at the BTO and the value of taking a step back from a PhD.