Low Tide Data example
Low Tide Data are available as a synopsis for the whole winter and as dot density maps.
Table 1 gives the raw monthly totals for all species counted across the whole site.
Table 3 gives the peak and mean counts on just the relevant sectors for which data was requested
Table 4 gives the mean count and density for each species across the whole site.
Dot Density Maps
The production of maps depicting bird distribution has been a major theme from the beginning of the LTCs, with GIS technology providing great versatility in the range of presentational options available. These are available for all Low Tide sites for any species required that was recorded in that winter.
One bird, twelve journeys, 60 000 miles and invaluable scientific data: PJ the Cuckoo has left an incredible legacy.
BTO Data Reports
Our reports provide rigorous scientific information to inform Environmental Impact Assessments in the UK.
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.