Other ringing resources
The following documents contain suggested wording for signs to warn members of the public that bird ringing is taking place in the area. The wording can be amended to suit your needs and there is space for you to add your name and ringing group details (and logo if appropriate).
The following is some suggested wording to use in an introductory letter to a potential landowner to request access to ring on site. This wording is intended as a guide, to be altered as appropriate to each individual situation, and does not guarantee access to a site.
Nest box designs
The Dipper nest box cutting diagram was produced by Alex Copland and Michael Whelan. The Tawny Owl nest box design is by Jim Lennon.
Waterbird ID virtual training (2 sessions, Tuesdays 10am)
This course involves two weekly online sessions of about 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...
You can submit your dragonfly and damselfly records to BTO via BirdTrack or Garden BirdWatch - find out why these records are so important in Rob Jaques' blog.
You can submit your dragonfly and damselfly sightings to BTO via BirdTrack or Garden BirdWatch. Find out why these records are so important in Rob Jaques' blog.