Category Archives: British Trust for Ornithology

Coal tit coincidence

I was pleased to find a coal tit on my winter bird survey where I had seen one two months before. Continue reading

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Prestwood in winter

I returned to Prestwood in Bucks to do the farmland bird survey for the British Trust for Ornithology, it’s different in winter. Continue reading

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Following farmland birds

I am doing a farmland bird survey for the British Trust for Ornithology. Continue reading

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Counting owls

I have been doing the British Trust for Ornithology’s Tawny Owl Point Survey, near Wheeler End in Bucks. Continue reading

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Stokenchurch bird-survey

I have taken on a new square near Stokenchurch, Bucks, for the British Trust for Ornithology Breeding Bird Survey. Continue reading

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A fieldful of fieldfares

Today I did the second of my four bird surveys for the River Thame Conservation Trust, and saw c200 fieldfares. Continue reading

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Bird survey at Sydenham

I did a bird survey for the Thame Conservation Trust around Sydenham in Oxfordshire. Continue reading

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