Ambassadors

Garden BirdWatch Ambassadors are regional representatives of the BTO Garden BirdWatch survey. The Ambassadors’ role is to promote Garden BirdWatch through talks, stands at events, articles in local publications and media appearances.

Garden BirdWatch Ambassadors have been appointed in 15 regions which extend across the UK:

Garden BirdWatch Ambassadors 

Some of our Garden BirdWatch Ambassadors. From top left clockwise: Amanda Skull (South
Wales), John Preston (Yorkshire), Pat Flowerday (Northern Ireland), David Gayton (Devon).

Cheshire
Devon
Hampshire
Hertfordshire
Lothians
North Wales
Northern Ireland
Northumberland
Nottinghamshire
Shropshire
South Wales
Suffolk
West Midlands
Wiltshire
Yorkshire

The Ambassadors have been provided equipment courtesy of the Heritage Lottery Fund to facilitate their promotional activities. Please contact your local Ambassador by selecting the appropriate region above. Alternatively contact Claire Boothby, the Ambassadors scheme coordinator: (01842) 750050 or claire.boothby [at] bto.org
 

Help needed!

If you can help distribute BTO Garden BirdWatch guides and leaflets then please get in touch!

Selected previous activities

- Video: Nov 2013, Bowles's Mauve - great flowering plant for bees, butterflies and moths
- Event: April 2012, MS Life
- Talk: Oct 2011, Whaley Bridge Allotment & Gardeners society
- Talk: Oct 2011, Rainbow Parish Church Mothers Union
- Article: Nov 2010, on disease in Greenfinches
- Event: Nov 2010, North West Bird Fair (Martin Mere)
- Talk: Nov 2010, Parbold Wildlife Group
- Talk: Sept 2010, Littlewoods Pensioners (Crosby)
- Talk: May 2010, Pensychnant conservation centre and nature reserve
- Talk: May 2010, Hale Ornithology Group
- Talk: April 2010, Allerton Organic Gardeners Society