Urban landscapes are increasingly being recognised for their potential to support wildlife and bring people closer to nature. BTO is conducting research to:

  • Describe the processes influencing urban biodiversity; and
  • Better understand the value of urban biodiversity for human well-being.

This work provides a crucial evidence base for informing wildlife-friendly urban landscape planning and management across the UK.

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Hazel McCambridge

Hazel McCambridge

Hazel is the lead organiser of Nesting Neighbours and Norfolk Bat Survey. She provides clerical support to the Ringing and Nest Record Scheme, working on data collection, volunteer communication and licensing and she is the BTO's Sustainability Officer.