BirdTrack

BirdTrack is a free and flexible way of storing your bird records online. Whether you are a casual birdwatcher or a serious lister, BirdTrack is a great system and an excellent tool for keeping an eye on what others have been seeing around the country.

Stake your claim to your BirdTrack patch and see how your records develop over months and years - and how your rank against others improves. Seen an interesting species whilst on the move? BirdTrack is great for casual records as well.

Visit the dynamic BirdTrack homepage to learn more.

BirdTrack Support Officer

23 Apr 2015

We're looking for an outgoing and enthusiastic birder to help run, grow and develop BirdTrack, the online and smartphone package that increases the personal, local, national and international value of your bird records.

The successful candidate will have an excellent track record as an active birder and contributor to the bird-recording community. He or she will have a very good knowledge of the birds of Britain & Ireland, be passionate about communicating this knowledge and have good communication and computing skills.  A familiarity with online and smartphone wildlife-recording applications is also essential.

The full job particulars containing details on how to apply are available on the BTO website or from Sophie Foulger (tel: 01842 750050; email: jobs [at] bto [dot] org).  Please quote reference BT/15-1 in any correspondence.

Closing date for receipt of applications is 11am Monday 11 May 2015.

Dove Step 2

19 Apr 2015
Dove Step 2

In 2014, Dove Step saw a small but perfectly-formed team of dedicated conservationists walk 300 miles through the UK summer range of Turtle Dove. To further raise awareness of and funds for the conservation of this rapidly declining species, the team have upped the ante this year! Starting later this week, they will cover 700 miles of our Turtle Doves' migration route to and through France in just a fortnight, by kayak, bike and on foot: Dove Step 2.

All Turtle Dove sightings logged in BirdTrack are supplied to the Operation Turtle Dove team to help inform conservation action for this declining species.