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A suite of BTO publications are on offer in our store, with some substantial savings to be had.
BTO and COVID-19
BTO statement on participating in surveys during the Coronavirus pandemic (UPDATED- 27.05.2020).
Opening a can of worms: Can the availability of soil invertebrates be indicated by birds?
We have very little information on how earthworm numbers and soil health have changed over recent decades. This new study enlisted the help of over 20,000 children from schools up and down the...
Invasion of freshwater ecosystems is promoted by network connectivity to hotspots of human activity
Updated biodiversity indicators
BTO monitoring data has contributed to the updated set of 24 goverment Biodiversity Indicators for 2019.
Using GIS-linked Bayesian Belief Networks as a tool for modelling urban biodiversity
This research demonstrates the feasibility of using a GIS-coupled Bayesian Belief Network approach to model biodiversity at fine spatial scales in complex landscapes.
Making agri-environment schemes effective
BTO research is helping to shape the modern farmed landscape by informing agri-environment schemes.
Take part in BBS - counting for conservation
The Breeding Bird Survey is the main scheme for monitoring the population changes of the UK’s common and widespread breeding birds.
Gardening for Birdwatchers
The book starts by examining the different ways in which birds use gardens, identifying elements within the garden that can be used to attract birds (and other wildlife). It then gets to grips with...
Making sense of monitoring
Research by the BTO and the JNCC shows that the regions used by policy makers in monitoring and protecting the UK’s internationally important seabird populations are not necessarily meaningful...