April 2017 saw the launch of our redesigned quarterly magazine for Garden BirdWatchers. The design is refreshed, modern and features fantastic articles on wildlife gardening, along with keeping you up to date with our results.
If you are interested in the survey and want to learn more request an information pack and receive a free copy of Bird Table magazine, or contact us directly (gbw [at] bto.org (subject: Please%20send%20me%20a%20free%20GBW%20information%20pack%20and%20magazine) ).
There are regular articles on aspects of garden bird ecology, wildlife gardening and other garden wildlife. The magazine carries feature articles by well-known birdwatchers and naturalists, covering a range of interesting topics and subjects. Read sample articles here:
Learn about birds and other wildlife
In-depth articles focus on individual species, exploring their behaviour, ecology, status and folklore. Supported by information from BTO BirdFacts, these articles are written by the Garden BirdWatch team.
From your gardens, the changing year
"The magazine is educative and enjoyable, a credit to all those involved in its production."
John Palmer, Norfolk
Bird Table is the quarterly magazine for participants in the BTO Garden BirdWatch.
We are currently unable to mail out our normal free book, welcome pack or magazines. The free offer will include access to our online recording system, and our regular e-newsletter with information on recording and identifying garden wildlife. The free membership will be valid for one year, after which it will expire as normal.
Upland bird recording and monitoring (1-day, Dalmellington, Ayr)
Brush up on your upland bird identification by songs and calls. Learn more about opportunities for participation, and practice techniques for BirdTrack and the Breeding Bird Survey (BBS). Find out about the BBS ‘Upland...
Citizen Science in Shetland
BTO volunteer Hugh Tooby shares his journey through Shetland as part of the Upland Rovers scheme.