Category Archives: British Trust for Ornithology

Now you see them, now you don’t

I am doing the BTO’s house martin survey again this year and the first broods have flown. Continue reading

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Early bird at Cowleaze Wood

I repeated my bird survey for the Thame Valley Conservation Trust and recorded plenty of singing males. Continue reading

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Too many chaffinches?

I am doing a bird survey for the River Thame Conservation Trust. Continue reading

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Flown the nest

I have been monitoring house martins for the British Trust for Ornithology. Here are my findings. Continue reading

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Singing in the rain

Today I did my late visit for the British Trust for Ornithology’s breeding bird survey, the birds kept singing in the rain. Continue reading

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May Day bird count

On May Day morning I did the breeding bird survey for the British Trust for Ornithology, at Prestwood, Bucks Continue reading

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Later with light

The British Trust for Ornithology’s early-bird survey, in which I took part, shows that birds arrive later in well-lit gardens. Continue reading

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