A collection of words and art inspired by Britain's most vulnerable birds.
Connectivity between countries established by landbirds and raptors migrating along the African-Eurasian flyway
Each year, more than two billion birds migrate along the African-Eurasian flyway.
Habitat-use influences severe disease-mediated population declines in two of the most common garden bird species in Great Britain
Is there a garden feeding link to finch decline?
Breeding bird population trends during 2013–2019 inside and outside of European Badger control areas in England
Little evidence to indicate consistent, community-level effects of Badger removal on the populations of ground-nesting birds
Differential changes in life cycle-event phenology provide a window into regional population declines
Research reveals why Willow Warblers breeding in different parts of Britain are affected by climate change in different ways.
The effects of a decade of agri-environment intervention in a lowland farm landscape on population trends of birds and butterflies
Can agri-environment schemes achieve positive outcomes for nature?
Are marine protected areas working?
Transatlantic spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 by wild birds from Europe to North America in 2021
Wild birds take highly pathogenic avian influenza from Europe to North America
Breeding ground temperature rises, more than habitat change, are associated with spatially variable population trends in two species of migratory bird
A tale of two warblers
Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) results show very different population trends for Willow Warbler and Chiffchaff - but what is driving this difference? BTO research reveals climate is key.
Relative roles of static and dynamic abiotic conditions as drivers of foraging behaviour in breeding Sandwich Terns
A 30,000-km journey by Apus apus pekinensis tracks arid lands between northern China and south-western Africa
Exciting research conducted by an international team shines a new light on Swift migration.
Results from the latest Breeding Bird Survey report provides a stark warning for five of the UK's internationally important breeding wader species
Timing is critical: consequences of asynchronous migration for the performance and destination of a long-distance migrant
Timing is critical for a long-distance migrant
Combining host and vector data informs emergence and potential impact of an Usutu virus outbreak in UK wild birds
Charting the impact of a Usutu virus outbreak in UK Blackbirds
The identification of the Usutu virus in Greater London in the summer of 2020 raises questions about the extent of the incursion and its impacts on wild bird populations.
Belfast’s urban gulls: an assessment of breeding populations, breeding season movements and winter population
Counting birds and the Wetland Bird Survey (Tuesday 27 September, 10am)
This course involves one online session of about 1 hour 45 minutes, with a trainer:participant ratio of about 1:30. Participants' microphones are muted during the presentations but there is a large interactive component...